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Public Service Announcement

Look at this picture of a “protester” tossing a Molotov cocktail at a Wisconsin church, and reflect on Florida law:

Throwing a Molotov cocktail is arson, which is a forcible felony. A Molotov cocktail is also considered to be a destructive device under 790.001. Throwing one is a forcible felony Participating in a riot whereby the participants are forcibly and violently attempting to destroy any building is a forcible felony under 870.03.

Forcible felony, according to 776.08, includes arson, aggravated assault, and the unlawful throwing, placing, or discharging a destructive device or bomb, and any other felony that involves the use or threat of force.

n Florida, deadly force may be used to protect oneself from death or serious bodily injury, or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony.

If you see this in Florida, deadly force is authorized. You can shoot this fucker dead in the face.

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I can’t wait to see one of these Antifa Tranny Pedo’s go up in flames like a Flamin Budda Butthole.
Lord I hope it gets caught on video😂😂

And federal law now says (between the lines, it’s a living, breathing document with eminations and penumbras after all) that a good shoot against a shitbag belonging to a protected class is a violation of said shitbags civil rights. Therefore, one will have their civil rights violated (ala Jan 6 protesters) for a good shoot.

Stack as many as you want, just don’t get caught, or leave any identifiable evidence that can tie you to the act. Failing that, expect to get fooked by merrick of the tribe of small-hats.

In Texas, committing arson (at night, I believe) on what a reasonable person would suspect is an occupied building is a capital offence. The theory being that you are trying to murder people sleeping in their house. Yes, laws against arson are very strict and likely derive from the very reasonable fear of small fires becoming big fires and burning down half of Chicago.

The only real question, do you get bonus points if you light up the thrower, he drops the bottle, and subsequently incinerates himself?

If the building is occupied I don’t believe time of day comes in. IIRC the night thing in TX is for use of lethal force to protect property. Even if legal protection of property can be a tough row to hoe in court.

re Florida, not to pick a nit but it’s arson of an *occupied* building that is a forcible felony. So you’re right on if they’re trying to burn down the house with you in it (which of course is what they want) but you’re on thin ice if it’s your garden shed

Most places arson of an occupied building falls under the threat of death or severe bodily injury. I’m not sure I’d want to go through the legal aftermath of stopping “just” a forcible felony.

I’m not a lawyer… but in Florida deadly force is justified to stop a “forcible felony”. FL Lawyer Jon Gutmacher’s book Florida Firearms Law (floridafirearmslaw.com) is the best resource i know of to explain it to laypeople. (And of course it’s not necessarily the same in any state other than FL)
I’ve always remembered it as “arson of an occupied building” rather than just “arson” which is why I commented… of course you’re correct, that arson of an occupied building is a deadly attack as well as however else it might be described. The FL list of forcible felonies starts with most of the things we’d all think of (murder/attempted murder, armed robbery, rape etc) but I think it’s a full paragraph long and eventually gets to things like treason and air piracy too.

Ref. the photo, less crimes if the thugs have been shot, no crimes if they succumb. Other than voting from the grave, of course.

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