The story of CU student Zoey Ripple being shot after drunkenly entering the wrong house fired up our commentators, with many of them writing in support of the Make My Day law that resulted in homeowner Timothy Justice dodging charges. Here's one who thinks Justice was plenty justified.
Someone you don't know on your property, in your bedroom, in the middle of the night while you are sleeping isn't a threat to you? Most any other time that happens, it isn't a drunk college girl, bub.
What world do you live in?
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