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son's revenge bit too sweet (help) (canada)

ru124t

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Newfoundland here and have only one comment to make. If we did what you and your son did to that intruder, the local RCMP would take us away in chains and lock us up. Furthermore, we would be on national TV in a matter of hours. The RCMP here are well informed on Canadian Laser Law and are not afraid to charge people. I really don't know how they let you guys walk away from doing that. Yes I am Canadian and would never think of blinding someone, let alone try it. In the states people have guns but they are much harder to get in this part of Canada. I , however, am a knife man. Slice em and dice em, no one rides for free !
 



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In the states people have guns but they are much harder to get in this part of Canada. I , however, am a knife man. Slice em and dice em, no one rides for free !
Good of you to advertise that fact in case any career criminals are reading this, they can move to Newfoundland and have a safer working environment. A knife isn't much of a defense, especially against more than one person.

Alan
 

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Good of you to advertise that fact in case any career criminals are reading this, they can move to Newfoundland and have a safer working environment. A knife isn't much of a defense, especially against more than one person.

Alan
A katana works great. They see that they will run!
 

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At least a little entertaining
 

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Good of you to advertise that fact in case any career criminals are reading this, they can move to Newfoundland and have a safer working environment. A knife isn't much of a defense, especially against more than one person.

Alan
You just need a really big knife:
 

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Ok I see there are some exceptions, but I think you need to be skilled in its use.



Those two certainly picked the wrong house, no doubt they will choose a different line of work, if they even recovered.

Alan
Alan did you see the video under those pictures of the guy defending him self against the guy with a machete?
 

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Alan did you see the video under those pictures of the guy defending him self against the guy with a machete?
I just now watched it, the video goes dark at about 1:17 just after the guy is shot there's only sound. He sure broke through that door easily!

Alan
 

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THE GOPHER KING HAS SPOKEN! can we close this thread now. This guy is a tool
 

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Papa, I'm going to be coming through Alberta in a few weeks, driving through I'd be interested in seeing your laser pointer there, can bring a LPM with me if you want a quick measurement, meet at a coffee shop if you want.
 

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I admitted I don't know Canada's laws when it comes to defending your own property and self from intruders. They very from state to state. So it is understandable there is much controversy here along with confusion with what the law really says. You did what you thought was right.
There is no variation in Canada with defending your property. Canadian criminal law is very strict. The use of the laser in this case as a dazzler is crossing a fine line and would probably constitute assault with a weapon. What happened here would likely end in charges on both sides. Currently the RCMP is recommending lasers be classed as weapons as they are in Australia. You may own one IF you've got a valid reason to, but any use of it offensively/ against a person = a lengthy legal battle with weapons charges or jail time.

This story sounds suspicious to me. Exactly what the laser community doesn't need.
 




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