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Florida Cops Win Right to Use "Stand Your Ground' Defense in On-Duty Shootings

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Think one needs to be attacked to stand ones ground. Shooting fleeing citizens in the back. Or unarmed citizens because they reached for their licence when told to, will likely fall under the cops version of SYG.
 
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