They say it like it’s a bad thing…

‘Justifiable homicide’ cases double in US

In a story that is pretty much another Zimmerman/Martin rundown, notes that there were 326 justifiable homicides in 2010 compared to 176 in 2000, an increase of 150.

If they’re justifiable, what’s the problem?


  1. The interesting question is whether crime in those areas affected show a notable reduction, but it might be too soon to compile meaningful statistics. All in all, I totally agree; what’s the problem here? Are they saying all such events (shootings) regardless of circumstance are bad? That’s not rational. Sorry, what was I thinking…

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