01 June 2023

DA's HATE Self-defense

Despite that, it seems as though it might be legal in Pennsylvania. Ohio man found not guilty of attempted homicide in Duquesne Heights shooting

Toalston and his girlfriend were taking photos at the Mt. Washington overlook around 3 a.m. March 2, 2022, when he got into an altercation with a passing pedestrian, according to a criminal complaint filed in the case.

Toalston told police that he made a comment to a man walking with his mother. The man became angry and started following Toalston and yelling at him, the complaint said. Toalston and his girlfriend told police the man began swinging a plastic bag as he walked toward Toalston.

It ended up with a shooting that the police and the DA didn't think was self-defense.

The trial lasted 3 days. It doesn't say for how long the jury deliberated.

In today's society we can assume that if someone is being aggressive, chasing you and threatening you — especially after several warnings — that there is, in fact, that danger, especially if that person is a stranger and the incident was unprovoked," [Toalston's attorney, Marc] Daffner added.

Self-defense is a human-right.

1 comment:

  1. "DA's HATE Self-defense"

    The post title says it all. It is especially true in my own deep blue state of Kommiectucut, although the county where I live is pretty red, going for Trump in 2016 & 2020. This is why I have had an Ultimate Plan from CCWSafe for the past few years. Anywhere else I go and exercise my God given right to self defense I will have some financial ptotection.


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