Something relating to "right to protection"


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Gifted
April 20, 2007, 11:15 PM
The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that a university and a foundation that manages campus dorms cannot be sued over the rape and death of a student attacked in a residence hall.
http://www.wlky.com/news/12629015/detail.html

How would things like this apply in connection with the "no right to police protection" rulings, and the VA Tech killings?

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gotarheels03
April 20, 2007, 11:53 PM
Absolutely rediculous. If you deny an individual means to self-defense and they are killed as a direct result of your policy how can you NOT be held liable?:scrutiny:

thexrayboy
April 21, 2007, 01:11 AM
Agencies, schools, employers etc. hide behind the "we are not responsible for the criminal conduct of others" shield. And it's true that they cannot and should not be held liable for the acts of criminals any more than law abiding gun owners should be punished by having firearms banned and confiscated as a response to criminal and evil wrongdoing. And in a perfect world we would not be punished for the actions of a few. This however is far from a perfect world. As long as self serving politicians continue to fool
the electorate into voting for them and spineless bipeds refuse to take personal responsiblity for their own safety we will be faced
with the never ending battle against those who would willingly sacrifice our position at the top of the evolutionary ladder, those who would turn us into helpless sheep.

The crux of the matter is taking back the legislative/ governing process from
the elitists and round filing the countless laws that protect criminals, elitists and politicians while exposing honest ordinary persons to risk. We should not hold a third party responsible for the acts of a criminal or evil person, and if we do not like the laws that allow them to bar us from defending ourselves we have two choices. Change the laws or or do not patronize those places that willingly make citizens into targets.

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