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Acceptable Use of Force Who really decided what acceptable use of force is How thin of a line is it To me the line seems so thin that it virtually does not exist Or does the line fluctuate Does it move from one persons beliefs to the another I believe it does We all have our views of what is right and what is wrong We set our own limits for ourselves and at the same time forget that others may have different limits The law that I am referring to is to me a law that is not really a law When I think of a law I think of something that is concrete set in stone like that of a murder or rape law But the Acceptable Use of Force Law has no spine it seems It does not have that one line that says Yes that is illegal It seems as though if the judge wakes up in a bad mood one morning because this judge could not sleep that night that a man might go to jail for murder Now suppose that that same judge got plenty of rest and had a good breakfast with his family sets a man free of the same crime because this time he felt it was Acceptable Does this seem right I do not see the justice in mood swings and spineless laws Mr Goetz was a man who had been picked on often in his life He felt like he was always walking in a dark alley with no one by his side to help him He felt that if he could not protect himself that he would have to get something that would How could he know that the decision he made when he decided to get something to protect him was going to change his life forever One day Mr Goetz was in a subway car with a new sense of
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