08 October 2022

Relatives of Dead People Don't Like Self-defense

Cops arrested the driver. The DA said "no charges," and he was released. ‘Justice for Ty’: No charges in deadly road rage shooting of 18-year-old in Eastpointe

The 60-year-old man, who says he shot 18-year-old Ty Hale in self-defense, will not face any charges at all.

The tale end of what police describe as a road rage incident was partly recorded on a doorbell camera picked up the fatal shot.

This is not the first time that relatives of dead people have been upset by self defense. It isn't the first time I've covered such a story in the past week.

But feelings of relatives don't change the fact that self-defense is a human-right.

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