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Wasn't that one of the stories that was never released to the Camera (Camera writers have explained that they can't post it till it's released by the cops) till like 2 weeks later?
Shouldn't something like that be important enough to release immediately?
And we see that SO often...........like 3-4 weeks after "someone did this to someone" they want people to come in and tell them if they saw anything.
What they call "law enforcement" here is a joke and getting worse all the time at a fast pace.
They can have all the thoughts they want (and we know they are few and fleeting). If I forget to lock my door and get out of the shower and someone is in my house I'll shoot them. Might be a well-meaning neighbor but you don't go into someone's house on a whim. That's a VERY dangerous practice.
1..........she should lock her doors to protect herself
2..........they shouldn't be allowed to just go into someone's home uninvited.
I mean, if they knew the lady was terminally ill or crippled or something & thought they might need help, that's one thing. Yeah, she appears to be somewhat nuts.......
BUT STILL it could have been avoided if she locked her freakin' doors!
I think that's one RISKY protocol that the Boulder cops are practicing.
Like I said...............what if she legally carries a small handgun when she leaves to walk her dog......she comes in, sees movement, shoots and kills a cop who has no business being in her house?
Personally, I would have to call that a justified shooting and I couldn't convict her for that.
I lock my doors when nobody's home & I also lock them when I am home alone. If you choose to force your way in, I can break you of that bad habit with one of the 3 guns placed in my house. But I do my part....I lock my doors. If someone chooses to breach that....there are consequences. Why take the chance? Turn the lock.
I really don't like what I'm seeing. It's changing fast and not all for the best.