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Why is it a “Crime” to Disarm a Uniformed Aggressor?

• by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)
Goss approached his vehicle in a “menacing” fashion, which prompted the officer to whirl around and shoot him with a Taser. Goss was not a criminal suspect. After being attacked without cause on his own property, Goss removed the Taser barbs and then knocked the weapon out of the assailant’s hands. This act of self-defense was later described as the supposed crime of “disarming an officer.”

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Comment by Hawkeye
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And the Judge walks freely among you,as does the low life cop.