I'm late to this thread and this is gonna be long but it's important.
I watched the video footage people who were there that night filmed instead of watching talking heads describe it.
>Go to help stop people from burning down your job that's a 10 minute drive from your house.>Upon arrival, friend gives you a weapon just in case rioters want to bash your skull in or shoot you.>Be shown on video giving medical aid and helping peaceful protesters throughout the night>Get separated from your group and end up at a gas station down the street
>rioters light a dumpster on fire dangerously close to the gas station
>you run a fire extinguisher to someone and they put the fire out
>The mob of rioters thinks its you who put the fire out and turns on you. Throwing things at you and calling you names.
>You follow the law and run for it.
>They pursue you.Still throwing things at you.
>A shirtless guy catches up to you in a car dealership parking lot and an argument is started.
>Another guy in the back fires a shot.
>Shirtless guy reaches for your gun.
>You fire several rounds in return.
>Shirtless man who is on video earlier that evening running up to people and saying "shoot me n-word" is on the ground.
>You're 17 and probably never shot someone before so you're in shock. You walk around to the front and just stand there for a second before calling a friend and telling them what happened.
>You then realize there's still an angry mob that's probably even angrier so you continue running.
>Now the mob is chasing you while still throwing shit at you and one can clearly being heard saying "Get his ass. Get him!"
>While sitting up one guy runs up and tries to jump kick you in the head. He misses and hits your neck. Then he tries to grab your gun.
>You shoot him because you know if he gets your gun you're dead.
>Another person comes up and hits you in the head with a skateboard.
>They try to grab your gun
>You shoot them too.
>Third person runs up to you with a handgun drawn. You take aim. He freezes and puts his hands up.
>You hesitate. He drops his hands and charges you. He attempts to grab your gun while still pointing his at you.
>You fire and hit him in the arm.
>You get back up and run for it again. You try to surrender to police but in the confusion they tell you to GTFO the way.
>So you go home and surrender tomorrow.
Every single time Kyle fired was after three things. 1. He was already running away so he wasn't some magical threat that needed to be removed. 2.He was attacked they were throwing stuff at him the whole time, 3. Someone made physical contact as they tried to take his gun.
For anyone who thinks "But he shouldn't of had a gun that night", the third guy which I will refer to as bicep guy was talked to while he was in the hospital. He said his only regret wasn't emptying his magazine into Kyle.
I have no doubt in my mind they would of killed him for helping to put out their trash fire that could of blown up the gas station if they got it any closer.
This kid was vilified by the media much the same way Sandmann was. The media made it sound like he came from far away with a gun but he only lived 10 minutes away and the gun was given to him when he got there.
His friend was right to arm him and now his friend has also been arrested and charged with felonies.
The murder charges are blatantly false. This couldn't be a clearer case of self defense as he followed every law to the letter. He did not carry a gun across state lines, he did not shoot first, he did not intentionally provoke the assault on his person.
His personality or beliefs have no bearing on this case even though the mainstream media wishes you to think otherwise.
"But he shouldn't of had a gun it only escalated things!" If he didn't he'd be dead as the mob would still be angry he helped put out their dangerous dumpster fire.
"He shouldn't of been there!" Says who? I think he has just as much right as anyone to be there. Again, he wasn't armed until he got there and it makes sense for him to be there. Have you seen the photos of the aftermath? Looks like a fucking warzone.
"But insurance!" For many of these businesses the insurance company either doesn't pay enough out or finds a way to not pay at all. The rioters have caused hundreds of millions of dollars of damage. With mayors of these cities telling police to stand back and basically letting it happen it is no wonder that people are now arming themeselves to protect what's theirs.
"<Insert adhominem attack against me here>": This has no bearing on the video evidence of this case so I won't respond to it.
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