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Here is the latest example of an armed citizen defending life and property via his lawful 2nd Amendment power.  What is the proper etiquette for holding criminals until police arrive to make the arrest? How does that etiquette change if the criminal has been critically wounded or is already dead?  For example, what should the […]

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