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What authority does the neighborhood watch have to observe or direct people to do something?


Much has been made of the fact that when you call the Police, you're not really talking to a cop and therefore don't have to obey a given directive. Neighborhood Watch members are not sworn officers either, so why do you have to obey them. How can you know that a person identifying themselves as N.W. is in fact a member?

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Angela Kane says

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  • CalebSparks 3 years ago

    What you described is how we all wish things ALWAYS happened, but many situations are in fact life or death and innocent people have often been saved because someone used a gun. Of course the major "news" networks won't cover those stories.


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Suzette Walker suzettetaos (suzettenaples) says

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Larry Wall says

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  • CalebSparks 3 years ago

    That's the Second Amendment, Mr. Wall...not the First. And had he left the gun at home...well...he would probably be dead and no one would care anything about it...especially the media.


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