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Shooting Cops in Indiana: Legal Since 2012

• The Local Voluntary
This month marks the one year anniversary of the State of Indiana having made changes to a 2006 “Castle Doctrine” law. The updated law asserts the second and fourth amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The law now permits citizens to shoot cops who enter their home illegally. That’s right, when a officer of the law is breaking the law by forcibly entering a citizen’s home without warrant or probably cause in Indiana, a citizen has the same right to do what he would do to any other criminal, and that is shoot him.

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