What I'm saying is that the original "Castle Doctrine" was modified to include version of SYGL. That's the reason that guy repeatedly say he was "standing his ground" before the shooting.
He's not alone on this belief, there are Texas lawyers who will use the modified version to argue likewise:
I think the modified "Castle Doctrine" is a bad law."While Rodriguez was not in his own home or vehicle or business when the shooting happened, Houston criminal defense attorney Grant Scheiner said he believes the law still applies because the 2007 revision gave people wider latitude on when they can use deadly force.
Raul Rodriguez: When "Stand Your Ground" isn't "Stand Your Ground"