I like how in the UK self defense is ILLEGAL. You cannot kill someone who robs/threatens you in your own HOME.
I like how you spout such complete and utter crap and use big capital letters to pretend it's factual.
You can't use unreasonable force. Like, for example, Tony Martin; the farmer who shot a 16 year old burglar in the back, as he was running away chased by Rottweilers and pleading for his life (oh, and the burgler was also a gypsy, a racial group for which Tony Martin had a vitriolic hatred).
In the last 15
years, exactly 11 people have been prosecuted (in England and Wales; Scotland has a seperate legal system which I can't find figures from justnow) and 5 convicted offor attacking intruders.
This included the case of a man who laid in wait for a burglar at a commercial premises, before beating him up, throwing him in a pit and setting him on fire. Do you think that's reasonable self defence?
The police guidelines on self-defense allow prosecution for 'undue or excessive force'; such as setting a trap without police involvement (i.e. as above), or knocking someone unconscious before killing or hurting them further.
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