I have seen this a couple of times and I would suggest watching it as a very controversial case of the right to defend one's own property or self. Had the homeowner not recorded himself or done or went as far as he did, I think the outcome would have been far different. However, the fact remains had these teenagers stayed off of other people's property and not broken in, they would be alive today. I myself have varying opinions on it. It is an interesting case, I have watched it a few times.
I felt there might be interest in such a discussion because in the Arbery case, the stand your ground thing has been mentioned and in that case, I see no way it applies, imo, however, it is something that has been in the news in recent times, such rights and laws and what they mean. Citizen's arrest would be another topic close to such discussion.
Anyhow, This MN case is a bit older but has two very distinct sides to it and is a great example to start off with...
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