- Apr 3, 2019
- Reaction score
- Alaska (61.5°N, -149°W)
- Political Leaning
Unless I saw a weapon, I personally would not be in fear for my life or grievous bodily harm. As I previously posted, I would arm myself and confront the individual to determine their intent, then instruct them to leave the property immediately. However, I'm also not a woman.Hmmm... I dunno'. The rules for the use of deadly force are pretty narrow in scope, and I don't see how someone peering through a window fits...
The home was clearly posted with No Trespassing, and he was on the property when he was shot. So it all depends on the woman's state of mind at the time, and her relationship (if any) to the victim she shot. If there was no relationship between the shooter and the victim, then we have to accept that she felt genuinely threatened and in fear of bodily harm.