Stand Your Ground wasn’t invoked

Published 3:00 pm Saturday, July 27, 2013

Donald Kaul’s column is a prime example of a person who makes up the facts to fit their opinion rather than looking at the facts and forming an opinion. He ignores the facts the jury heard, inserts his own factious account and says the system is broken.

Stand Your Ground laws need to be scrapped because of the verdict while ignoring the fact that this was judged as a self-defense case, not a Stand Your Ground case. Others read his false facts and use them to feed their preconceived opinions.

John Forman

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Albert Lea