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11/22/2017 10:05:29 PM
Posted: 9/18/2004 5:18:20 AM EST
I am reading this thread in GD:

www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=1&f=5&t=275959


AR15fan's post has me wondering.

Does anybody know what the standard for arresting for DV is in MN...vary by department? Is it the First aggressor, Primary aggressor, dominant aggressor?

Link Posted: 9/18/2004 11:05:23 AM EST
It really depends on the situation. Best advice: be careful who you choose to have a relationship with...
Link Posted: 9/18/2004 11:19:58 AM EST
BuddyLee-

I agree. But, DV is a very broad ruling. It can be as simple as verbal abuse (which sKerry would be guilty of) or percieved intimidation. (Packers suck!)

The reality is that mose DV cases involve very real and identifiable situations that make me ill.

Beating another person to a pulp is not self defense. If your goal is to kill someone, than do it. But then don;t hide from it. This is where democrats make me ill. They would rather pass a bunch of useless laws that are unenforceable than actually take actions on ones that can be held up for conviction on.

Namecalling is namecalling. Touch shit. Get over it.

But striking a small child repeatedly until they are black and blue from head to toe is unacceptable.
Women are 20x more likely to commit acts of DV than are men. But, because the way are courts are structured, they are percieved to be the victim all the time. DV includes child abuse as well...don't forget.

-Warlock
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