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Title: A victim's deliberate use of deadly force is a just response to repeated domestic violence

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Subject: Philosophy
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Date: May 3, 2006
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Just as a cornered animal will defend its life at all costs regardless of its predator, the victim of repeated domestic violence will instinctively defend himself. Such a victim cannot be held responsible for harming his abuser. If a person is the victim of domestic violence, he cannot be expected to allow the violence to continue without defending himself...

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If a person is the victim of domestic violence, he cannot be expected to allow the violence to continue without defending himself. A victim of repeated domestic violence can justly defend himself from his attacker. My second contention is that the system fails to protect women and children...

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