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To Arm or Not to Arm (Cayman Islands)

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cuchulainn, Aug 4, 2005.

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  1. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Member

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  2. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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  3. fjolnirsson

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    Certainly a valid concern. After all, not everyone is professional enough to carry this BANG! oops....
     
  4. Art Eatman

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    As always, those who would carry deadly force MUST maintain a level of knowledge and proficiency such that the innocent are not endangered...

    Art
     
  5. Harry Tuttle

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    Grand Cayman is a tiny place
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    Other than the tourists coming off the cruise ships
    most folkes come in and out via the airport

    those are most of the roads on that map
     
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    I spent my honeymoon on Grand Cayman 2 years ago. It was a beautiful place. Low crime, no peddlers on the beach, etc. The officers there seemed just as professional as any officer here in the states.
     
  7. Kurush

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    Summary of article: The Cayman islands have a growing crime problem. There are two potential solutions; allow the serfs to exercise their right to self-defense, or strip away even more of their rights. Duh! Let's get busy oppressing the serfs! Wooooo! I've got dibs on the random no-knock warrants!
     
  8. armedandsafe

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    You take the no-knocks and I'll take the pat-downs. Some of those girls are....welll,,,,ummmmm, I'll just leave it at that. :evil:

    Pops
     
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    From my Caribbean experience I think it'd be hard to justify pat-downs since "plain view" would cover most contingencies.

    Maybe the right to stop and make them spin. ;)

    I wonder if they'd have room for a decent sized range anywhere. You can't just shoot out to sea.
     
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    I've been there a couple times. Lovely place. Guess I won't be going back soon if they're becoming "Caribbean Detroit."
     
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