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Old 02-19-2011, 11:16 PM
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Some dude breaks in, brings knives to a gun fight.
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New NRA spokesperson perhaps? She would definitely get the attention of the 20-somethings and below, and perhaps the female population (especially the afformentioned 20-something's and below), one of the largest untapped political resources to-date.

On second though, maybe a promiscuous, drug addled, alchoholic, ex-con might not be the best choice...

Hopefully that is one more vote for gun rights though.
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Were the guy with the gun not closely associated with a well-known celebrity, he would have been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.
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I wonder if she's a 'prohibited person', given her past?
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So if this guy didn't live there, it means he had to have a CCW to keep it there legally, correct? Or are you allowed to keep a gun with you at a hotel or friend's house w/o a CCW?

He's got a lot of money and probably connections, so him actually getting one in LA is possible.
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The comments section was mildly interesting. Nobody seems to like the fellow.
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The comments section was mildly interesting. Nobody seems to like the fellow.
Well of course, he gets to hang out with her and they don't.

Oh, and yes, that's hot.
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If Waits is charged with a felony isn't he at least temporarily a prohibited person in CA?

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So if this guy didn't live there, it means he had to have a CCW to keep it there legally, correct? Or are you allowed to keep a gun with you at a hotel or friend's house w/o a CCW?

He's got a lot of money and probably connections, so him actually getting one in LA is possible.
No, there's no reason he would have to have a CCW for this.
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Why would he need a CCW? He was at a Private residence. There was an attempted break in and the occupants produced a weapon. Excellent result.
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Were the guy with the gun not closely associated with a well-known celebrity, he would have been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon.
I know of two instances her in Fresno where the homeowners fired at burglars. The first instance the homeowner fired through the bedroom window. In the second instance the homeowner (a senior citizen) fired through the front door as the would be intruder was trying to kick in the front door. Both were ruled justified.

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I wonder if she's a 'prohibited person', given her past?
I believe she is now. This incident happened before she was arrested and convicted in Las Vegas for Felony possession of Cocaine. Her boyfriend was nailed for DUI in the same incident.
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I know of two instances her in Fresno where the homeowners fired at burglars. The first instance the homeowner fired through the bedroom window. In the second instance the homeowner (a senior citizen) fired through the front door as the would be intruder was trying to kick in the front door. Both were ruled justified.

This of course happened to occur in Fresno where the DA, Chief of police and Sheriff exercise more logic and common sense. If that were to happen in the bay area or socal then it would've been a different story.
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I know of two instances here in Fresno where the homeowners fired at burglars. The first instance the homeowner fired through the bedroom window. In the second instance the homeowner (a senior citizen) fired through the front door as the would be intruder was trying to kick in the front door. Both were ruled justified.

He doesn't need a ccw. It's perfectly legal.


A real bunch of winners.
The examples you gave are from Fresno, where the Constitution is still upheld, and citizens have common sense, and victims have more rights than criminals.
Remember, it was a Fresno judge who struck down AB962.

Now try the same stunt in San Fran or Los Angelez. Unless you have the money, power, and fame of Paris Hilton, you might as well shoot yourself when the home invaders come in. It will be less painful.
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The examples you gave are from Fresno, where the Constitution is still upheld, and citizens have common sense, and victims have more rights than criminals.
Remember, it was a Fresno judge who struck down AB962.

Now try the same stunt in San Fran or Los Angelez. Unless you have the money, power, and fame of Paris Hilton, you might as well shoot yourself when the home invaders come in. It will be less painful.
fud FUDDY fud !!!! fud FUDDY fud !!!! fud FUDDY fud !!!! fud FUDDY fud !!!!

I lived in San Francisco a long time, a few years ago a guy grabbed a burglars gun and chased him down the street shooting him! They declined to prosecute.
Another guy, an old black guy in "the hood" shot a guy ( who broke into his house) with an unregistered handgun, THEY DID NOT PROSECUTE THE GUY BECAUSE THEY COULDN'T!!!

The fud is huge in this thread, We need more celebs thankful for guns ... not less.

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This of course happened to occur in Fresno where the DA, Chief of police and Sheriff exercise more logic and common sense. If that were to happen in the bay area or socal then it would've been a different story.

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So if this guy didn't live there, it means he had to have a CCW to keep it there legally, correct? Or are you allowed to keep a gun with you at a hotel or friend's house w/o a CCW?

He's got a lot of money and probably connections, so him actually getting one in LA is possible.
I would not be surprised if he had a CCW or some kind of Nevada LE status that lets him carry.

I assume Paris is a prohibited person somehow or other (probation, narcotics abuser, whatever) at the moment. She has no felony or DV convictions, so if she can get herself stable and stay out of trouble she won't be a prohibited person. But she could still fail to get a CCW due to DUIs, history of drug abuse and so on.
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A lot of fud here today, an 80 something year old man used his 51 year old .38
to shoot Michael Moore ( funny name for the perp, eh? ) after said perp/creep broke into his Hunters Point apt.

SAN FRANCISCO COULD NOT PROSECUTE THEY DIDN'T EVEN TRY!!!!

WHATS UP WITH ALL THE FUD!!??

I know a lot of you dislike hot young blonds in skimpy outfits, but they have the same right you do.
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So if this guy didn't live there, it means he had to have a CCW to keep it there legally, correct? Or are you allowed to keep a gun with you at a hotel or friend's house w/o a CCW?

He's got a lot of money and probably connections, so him actually getting one in LA is possible.
you can keep loaded guns in your hotel room in CA, or at your friends house while visiting.
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This is just another reason to carry. Even the elite can't get protection in a timely manner...
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A lot of fud here today, an 80 something year old man used his 51 year old .38
to shoot Michael Moore ( funny name for the perp, eh? ) after said perp/creep broke into his Hunters Point apt.

SAN FRANCISCO COULD NOT PROSECUTE THEY DIDN'T EVEN TRY!!!!

WHATS UP WITH ALL THE FUD!!??

I know a lot of you dislike hot young blonds in skimpy outfits, but they have the same right you do.
I have to second this. The tinfoilhattery here in 2A is officially over the top and makes everyone sound ill informed. As long as you are prudent, you will not be prosecuted in California for using a firearm in honest home self defense. Just like the story above, the police will question you and take the bad guy to jail. You'll get a follow up call from the DA's office to be a witness against the bad guy.

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I have to second this. The tinfoilhattery here in 2A is officially over the top and makes everyone sound ill informed. As long as you are prudent, you will not be prosecuted in California for using a firearm in honest home self defense. Just like the story above, the police will question you and take the bad guy to jail. You'll get a follow up call from the DA's office to be a witness against the bad guy.
If not prosecuted, what about "merely" arrested. Expecially if you have to shoot or shoot at someone. In the last handgun class I took (Basic Handgun at Burro Canyon), I was told in no uncertian terms the very least I can expect if I discharge my firearm is to be taken to the police station, fingerprinted and photographed. The instructor also said that, while the police are probably happy to see the bad guy get shot, they will still take me in and, if there is the slightest doubt, they'll lock me up and let the courts straighten it out. Maybe the tinfoil hattery is a bit excessive but, judging from what I was told in that class, it is not entirely unjustified.
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Bloody hell, 30 minutes with a gun to the suspect's head.
For cocaine users time estimation can often be reduced by a factor of 2. Still when life and death is a matter of seconds, the police are 15 minutes from Paris Hilton's residence.
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If not prosecuted, what about "merely" arrested. Expecially if you have to shoot or shoot at someone. In the last handgun class I took (Basic Handgun at Burro Canyon), I was told in no uncertian terms the very least I can expect if I discharge my firearm is to be taken to the police station, fingerprinted and photographed. The instructor also said that, while the police are probably happy to see the bad guy get shot, they will still take me in and, if there is the slightest doubt, they'll lock me up and let the courts straighten it out. Maybe the tinfoil hattery is a bit excessive but, judging from what I was told in that class, it is not entirely unjustified.
The last self-defense shooting I responded to the investigating officer took the pistol as evidence. The shooter was not arrested. The DA did not act on the shooting. The gun was returned three years later.

My opinion is that it was not a valid SD shot in CA (more so in Texas). But none of us on scene wanted to see the business owner face charges. So I suspect the IO was helpful in the report writing process. The BGs fled the scene and it was never determined if they were hit.
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I think to better our numbers PDs use from time of dispatch to time on scene. Should be from the time the last 1 is dialed and include busy signals.
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omg.... what is wrong with the people leaving those comments... what if there was a psycho with two knives at your door and all you had was a tennis racket?

idiots.....
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omg.... what is wrong with the people leaving those comments... what if there was a psycho with two knives at your door and all you had was a tennis racket?

idiots.....
They would call 911, plead for the police to hurry, and die like a good sheeple for their utopian cause.
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Thanks for clearing up the FUD in this thread, guys. I was about to unload and lock up my benelli, since I live in San Franpsycho and all.

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Wow, I had no idea the Muppets' Swedish Chef had fallen on such hard times.

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/...#ixzz1EXfXjbHH
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