I think one of the most dangerous aspects of this law is that too many people — law enforcement included IMHO — often interpret option as compel. In other words, if threatened, one is required to use deadly force instead of avoiding confrontation. It becomes fight, not flight over fight or flight.
That said, I think this arrogant redneck is going down. His fiancee pretty much blew his story to dust. You can see by her demeanor during her final, painful testimony that she's struggling with the very real possibility that the man she is still trying to love is a murderer — and the inarguable fact that he is, at the very least, a liar.
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