Death penalty for texting in a movie theater?
Retired policeman, carrying his .38, didn’t want the guy in front of him to text during the movie.
No doubt the ex-policeman had a carry permit. So he’s legal from that point of view. I don’t see how this is even remotely “stand your ground”.
Is this a desired logical outcome of the 2nd amendment supporters? That if you don’t like what someone else is doing, you shoot the guy?