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Mark S. Zaid
State law does not prohibit open carrying of firearms, but does prohibit exhibiting “any weapon readily capable of lethal use” in angry or threatening manner in presence of one or more persons. Mo. Rev. Stat. § 571.030.1(4). Their actions should have consequences.
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Mark S. Zaid Jun 28
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Mark S. Zaid Jun 30
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Viet Vet Jun 29
That's what the cops are for supposedly.
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Mark S. Zaid Jun 29
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adcrs Jun 28
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They were defending their private property, encroached upon by a mob, numbnut.
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Rod Rescueman Jun 28
A group walking down the street is not being encroached upon by a mob. If that were the case, I could do the same thing when football fans walk my block headed to Ladd Stadium.
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Jesse Jun 28
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What is Castle law? I keep hearing this in defense.
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Virgil Starkwell Caine Jun 28
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Does this apply when said persons are trespassing on private property that belongs to the party brandishing the weapon ? Because that’s what you had here.
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stephanie b. Jun 28
the street and sidewalk on a public street is not "private property". it is the city, not the suburbs.
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