With crime out of control across the country, it’s no wonder that a record number of law abiding citizens are buying guns for self and home defense. In almost every single Democrat controlled city and state, radical district attorney’s are giving hardened criminals free reign to do whatever they want, when they want to do it…AT YOUR EXPENSE!!
The state of Illinois just recently passed a ludicrous law that they call the ‘SAFE-T Act’.
Here’s the ‘reader’s digest’ version:
Signed into law by Gov. JB Pritzker on Jan. 22, 2021, the Illinois Safety, Accountability, “Fairness and Equity”-Today (SAFE-T) Act (the Act) implements sweeping reform impacting many aspects of the criminal justice system, including pre-arrest diversion, policing, pretrial, sentencing, and corrections.
What this bill basically does, is let criminals out of jail and allows them to do whatever they want with almost NO accountability, or restraint. That means that the law abiding citizens of the state of Illinois are ON THEIR OWN, with little to no help from law enforcement.
Pay close attention if you live in a democrat controlled state, because something like this will surely be passed in your state sometime very soon.
The paragraph below comes from the NCSL:
The common law principle of “castle doctrine” says that individuals have the right to use reasonable force, including deadly force, to protect themselves against an intruder in their home. This principle has been codified and expanded by state legislatures. To continue reading click HERE.
So what can we do if the unthinkable does happen and you do shoot an intruder?
That’s where Mossad Ayoob comes in.
The prevailing thought out there is “Never talk to the police!” But is that always the case, even in a self-defense shooting? Having established why you shouldn’t leave the scene after a self defense-shooting, now Massad Ayoob answers the question “What do you say?”
Massad has decades of experience as an expert witness in self-defense shootings. This is his 5-point checklist to go though with the authorities after a self-defense shooting.
Follow these steps to make sure you aren’t implicated in a crime.