Law of Self Defense News/Q&A Show: September 9, 2021

Welcome to this episode of our ONLY open-access content, our weekly News/Q&A Show. A transcript of the show is available at the Law of Self Defense Blog (, with links to all relevant content mentioned.

In today’s News/Q&A Show for September 9, 2021 we touched on a broad range of questions submitted for the show, as well as questions submitted live, including:


Larry Elder Egg Assault

Ex-prosecutor charged in Ahmaud Arbery case booked at jail

Charges Upgraded Against Minnesota Officer Who Accidentally Fired Gun Instead of Taser, Killing Daunte Wright

New York deputy mayor facing firearms charges

Texas father shoots man peeping into 10-year-old daughter’s bedroom: deputies


Difference between preparing witness and suborning perjury

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4 thoughts on “Law of Self Defense News/Q&A Show: September 9, 2021”

  1. Yeronimus Pretorius

    I’m happy that arbery is dead., but I bet the McMichaels and Bryan are not.

    The prosecution is obviously politically motivated. The indictment of Jackie Johnson is meant to fortify the verdict, the way the george fentanyl $2.7M payout fortified the Chauvin verdict. The federal hate crimes charges serve the same purpose, and are also plan B in case the state charges fail.

    arbery ran to the gun to wrest it from Travis McMichael’s hands and kill him and his father. It’s amazing that we’re supposed to believe that racist white men don’t seem know that a gun can kill at greater than punching distance. George Zimmerman, Darren Wilson, Michael Slager, Allen Scarsella, Kyle Rittenhouse, and Travis McMichael, each with murder on his mind, waited to a take beating before pulling the trigger, a diabolical ruse to justify cold-blooded murder, no doubt.

  2. I think the Arbery case is one of those cases that Blackstone was talking about when he said the defendant was entitled to a dismissal “with commendation” of the court for his good deed for society and great public service in killing the felon. When violent felons who are nothing but a boil on the but of society are allowed to roam amoung us looking for victims, they eventually find victims that cannot defend themselves and that results in irreparable injury to law-abiding citizens. The killing of a violent felon is never a tragedy for law-abiding citizens.

    Society used to have a “tender regard” for the value of law-abiding citizen’s lives and that is why society used to “commend” the killing of a violent felon caught in the act.

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