Friday September 18, 2020

Honouring the kill bill

There was finally some good news for the people of Ireland last week, when the Criminal Law (Defence and the Dwelling) Bill was published.

24th July, 2010
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There was finally some good news for the people of Ireland last week, when the Criminal Law (Defence and the Dwelling) Bill was published.

While this doesn’t give householders the right to kill anyone they want just for the hell of it, it goes some way towards allowing us to kill certain types of very annoying people, particularly if they happen to come into our homes uninvited.

The bill proposes that justifiable force...

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