Alright, i watched it.
I wish he had cited his source, because the only source he cited was the same article that is in OP but referenced more information than was offered in that article.
If that information is true, that he the person had to pay 400k of his own money to rebuild the house, then that changes a lot.
Seems... Kind of outrageous, since it wasnt a start from scratch build, and even then, home are built to generate profit, which means he ether got the worst contractor in history, or his house is worth a damn bundle.
Ether way, i tend to agree with him that they should not have brought this to federal court, as it sounds like state supreme courts tend to err on the side of the homeowners in the cases he sited.
I dont like that he laughed at the notion of the cops actions though, he is doing the same thing fox is and saying "just a shop lifter" when, he was literally shooting
at people and made himself a deadly threat. Once he broke into a house, chased a child out with a gun, and shot at the police, he became more than "lol, just a shop lifter".
Sounds like SWAT fallowed all the standard procedure by his break down (source: i train with SWAT teams) and those procedures aren't dictated always by "what works best" but by the legal box they are in by getting sued so much. They use force in that way, because the most important thing is to bring the suspect in alive and unharmed, or else this would be a story about "police brutality".
Though, i will give him the point about having a hammer and seeing the whole world as a nail, because yeah, if you have cool toys, its easy to say "why dont we just use the big battering ram?".
Its a rough situation for sure. The home owner had a bad lawyer it sounds like.
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