@KaleMonster Travelling with the gun is important in many cases, because it could be(and has been) used to prove intent to harm. For example, if someone showed up at a gang-rife area and provoked a dude into fighting him, then offs him thereafter, would that still be self-defence? It's indeed an interesting case.
Like I said, I don't even know how I feel about it anymore. Never really supported the rioters, so I don't give a shit about them personally. Just thinking from philosophy is all this case is for me
@KaleMonster Honestly, I pushed out this post a couple days ago but I'm honestly already starting to feel sympathetic to him. However, I wouldn't say this is self-defence in its raw form; it still has to be proven if soliciting a gun underage, then going to a dangerous event in the name of 'protecting your fam's property' uncommissioned warrants you to shoot. All in all, it really doesn't make a great difference in the long scheme of things. People are still gonna riot and showing up to events with more hostility isn't really going to solve things. We'll see how it goes I guess.
@redpillschool Yeah I don't know media seems to be dividing the issue into radical halves. On one half you got white-guilters who claim the whole issue was racism and support rioting, then you got the other half that unwaveringly supports the right to kill.