Doesn't make it ok to gun them down in advance for something they *might* do. Nor does the label "prostitute" warrant automatic use of deadly force.
"I felt threatened" is not a blanket excuse, nor should it be accepted unless a jugde or jury agrees that the defendant have had reasonable cause to asses the situation that way.
Since civilans don't have the same training as law enforcements officers, the boundaries for when deadly force may be applied should be somewhat looser, but there should still be boundaries.
Apparently the court did feel that way, but the guy is still a pussy in my book.
Ok, that does it! I waste Professor Plum with the lead pipe.
Oh yeah? Well say hello to my little friend, Colonel Mustard! Candlestick to the face!
This is the last time I'm playing Clue with you guys...
This thread shows that even on DP, there really are some sick ****s in the world. They have such a pathological hatred of women that they have dehumanized them to the point justifying their murder.
There is absolutely no legal basis for this case whatsoever. Prostitution is obviously a crime so it automatically makes any contract void. Even more important, even if prostitution were legal, failing to provide the agreed upon services would be a breach of contract, not theft. The remedy for breach of contract is civil court, its not even a criminal action.
Last edited by rathi; 06-08-13 at 09:39 AM.