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“My home, my castle”-doctrine still in place in the US @BasedPoland's photo on Castle Doctrine
29 Jun, 09:47 AM UTC
Dana Loesch
They have the right to exercise their #2A rights, they were clearly rattled from being threatened, and MO recognizes castle doctrine. That said, one top responsibility when you’re armed is *de-escalation.* Reinforced in every class I’ve ever taken.
29 Jun, 02:02 AM UTC
The point most are missing. Once the mob broke through her gate, every step is legally a step on her porch. She had no legal obligation *not* to shoot the mob under Missouri Castle Doctrine. Every person on this video is on her porch. Not public property
29 Jun, 05:21 AM UTC
Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸
Ask me how I know you aren't aware Missouri state law recognizes the castle doctrine
29 Jun, 04:56 AM UTC
Ian Miles Cheong
Missouri is a Castle Doctrine state. Members of the Black Lives Matter mob that trespassed on the St Louis couple's residence are lucky they were not fired upon. Here's the law:
29 Jun, 05:13 AM UTC
T. Greg Doucette
Those people would be wrong Castle Doctrine / SYG doesn't apply here when there's no reasonable threat. Even in Missouri. This is just plain unlawful brandishing
29 Jun, 03:00 AM UTC
Matthew Kolken
The Washington Propaganda: It should be noted Missouri has a castle doctrine, meaning the property owners have no duty to retreat from any private property they own. The trespassers ("peaceful crowd"), however, are not entitled to the same protection. #2A working as intended.
29 Jun, 11:53 AM UTC
Ryan James Girdusky
Really? Missouri also recognizes the Castle Doctrine which allows homeowners to stand their ground if they believe someone is going to do harm. Judging how by rioters have treated other people's private property, they'd have justification.
29 Jun, 12:03 PM UTC
@ahernandez85b @stillgray They are on her porch, under the castle doctrine. Once they broke through the gate onto her private property (they are on "her porch"), the law recognizes she has no legal obligation *not* to shoot them.
29 Jun, 05:18 AM UTC
Paul Furber
Missouri has a hardcore Castle Doctrine. These two were actually perfectly entitled to open fire right there and then because their private property was being invaded by BLM. They didn't which was an admirable bit of self control.
29 Jun, 06:05 AM UTC
Windthin ~ Rebel Scum & Snark Jedi🇵🇷🏳️‍🌈🌊❄️
If your argument for people being able to shoot other people is "it's legal under the Castle Doctrine", you clearly don't understand the difference between "legal" and "right". Slavery, the Holocaust, Apartheid, & Jim Crow were legal. Legality is a matter of power, not justice.
29 Jun, 06:31 AM UTC
@coryspins @dcstl Even still, these two were not in imminent danger and wouldn’t have been able to use “castle doctrine” or “stand your ground” (MO has both). The most that was done as people walked by was people giving her the finger.
29 Jun, 05:22 AM UTC
Queen V
Better headline: After breaking down gates to trespass, mob presented with “teachable moment” on MO castle doctrine laws.
29 Jun, 12:35 PM UTC
me gleefully screaming “castle doctrine” as I fire into the crowd wildly from an atv
29 Jun, 12:42 PM UTC
Mike MCNationalist❌
@GodFamilyJesus Don't screw with old guys. Their slow to run, to old to take a beating, they'll kill you. Castle doctrine.
29 Jun, 12:33 PM UTC
Pickup Rodman
@BrittPettibone The castle doctrine doesn’t apply to the entire gated-community, you blood thirsty sickos. They can’t shoot people on the sidewalk. That’s not THEIR “private property”. It’s not as if any member of a gated community can just freely shoot any non member who enters.
29 Jun, 12:42 PM UTC
Don'tBeAJagoff 😑
@blackmalaysian @stillgray Castle Doctrine in MO. They were trespassing on private property.
29 Jun, 12:40 PM UTC
@xxdr_zombiexx Castle doctrine In an open carry state.
29 Jun, 12:45 PM UTC
Connor Sauers
@JPERGELRWE @World3nder @WokeHamiltonBro @xshularx They walked though a gate with a sign to the left of the open gate door saying Private Street No Trespassing. And they have the Castle Doctrine. They could have shot the Trespassers and be in the complete right.
29 Jun, 12:44 PM UTC
Metalcutter 🌲🏹🦌
@otteritarian @V8POW The mob was trespassing on private property. Missouri's Castle Doctrine is quite strong...
29 Jun, 12:44 PM UTC
@Pappiness Once the "peaceful protesters" went through the gate that says no public, that made it trespassing. Missouri has castle doctrine.
29 Jun, 12:44 PM UTC
@dcstl You're a lawyer and you don't know about Missouri's Castle Doctrine? Maybe time to start giving refunds to your clients.
29 Jun, 12:44 PM UTC
Lily Desjarnés
@CassandraRules ✅Missouri Castle Doctrine
29 Jun, 12:44 PM UTC
@netcit2 @SKihne @RepMaryFranson We tried under Governor Dayton. We had Governor Dayton's support for the Castle Doctrine, but the Police Chief's, Police & Mayors, all pushed back, Dayton folded.
29 Jun, 12:44 PM UTC
T Karney
@HawaiianKong @Monices_Pieces @RachelRGonzalez The threat has to be more than someone on the sidewalk. And you misunderstand the allowable force under Missouri's Castle Doctrine.
29 Jun, 12:43 PM UTC
PD Punditry ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻🇺🇸
@KatzOnEarth Lawyer. And yes, you're correct. Castle Doctrine doesn't come into play because the homeowners would have to prove the protestors intended to harm them. They did not approach the homeowners. No clear intent.
29 Jun, 12:43 PM UTC
@StormGryphon @JebBlackwater Castle doctrine does protect this in Missouri, as they broke through a gate with a posted no trespassing sign just to get that close. The road in front was not a public street, but a private drive on their property. With that said no, not a fan of the muzzle awareness here.
29 Jun, 12:43 PM UTC
bumble bee
@MaijaVogel There is absolutely nothing to charge them with. Missouri castle doctrine (law) states that private property owners have no duty to retreat for any reason. They are legally and morally well within their right to defend their private property from trespassing
29 Jun, 12:43 PM UTC
Ken Zimmern
@CBSNews 1) Who drafted this headline? It’s a lie. 2) Not convincing anyone. 3) Zero “protesters” were present. 4) Rioters who invaded private property were trespassing. 5) Race of homeowners irrelevant. 6) Castle doctrine applied. 7) 2nd Amendment applied. #CorruptMedia #CBSNews
29 Jun, 12:43 PM UTC

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