If I'm in my store, how do I know they wont just kill me?
Ferguson crisis: Most business insurance covers riots - St. Louis Business Journal
why do you set up insanely false hypotheticals?
I vote YES of course but thats my personal "feelings" and OPINIONS
Laws vary from place to place and the "looting" would have to be more specifically defined before legal answers are given.
For me its simply though, I'm at work alone or even worse with family, or even at the most worse I love above, below or within my store and a person or persons are violently trying to gain entry . . . . .they are already not to be trusted and there is a risk of life, if my home/business is breached expect deadly force to be used.
In the past when people were told to evacuate their homes for such as a hurricane - thus making them subject to burglary and vandalism - it would be announced that "looters will be shot."
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?