- Oct 20, 2014
This was fun to argue until you tried the what if alleged thief drove nearly the same truck in the same color which had the same key and thus started the wrong truck so realizing his mistake went back and parked in the wrong parking lot and sat in the truck. Now you're just trolling me.I didn't say that, did I? Just because there is a possible different reasoning behind the person's actions, different possible scenarios of why this happened, doesn't mean I am advocating anything. I am just not looking at this with blinders on, jumping to conclusions based on assumptions. What you are advocating is you believe the only person who has any rights, is the owner of the truck.. Nobody else has any rights beyond the owner's actions, specially the guy sitting the seat of his truck.. that guy doesn't even have the right to live and prove his case, or defend his actions. Because a truck, that you keep trying to argue is more important than life..
What if the guy in the seat of the truck, was innocent of any wrong doing other than sitting behind the wheel of the owners truck? do you believe stand your ground would apply, or does that innocent man have no rights? Now, I'm not advocating for the stand your ground, but it is a possibility if he indeed is innocent. We really don't know if he was innocent or not.. because nobody knows all the details of exactly what took place. We don't even know what was said between the owner of the truck and the "suspected" car thief where, other than what the owner claims, which is seldom accurate in such situation. Those details may or may not come out as time goes on.. we will see.. But I am not going to just assume that he in guilty of stealing anything until I know all of the facts. You whole position about "if it was my truck" shows you would be reactionary running on emotion, based on the conclusion that he's in my truck, he's guilty.. fuck em..
I already posted what happened to me when my car was "stolen", and I know if it played out like it did in this situation, that an innocent man would have been dead... thank god it didn't...