And firing before being "privy" to that fact would (in my opinion, rightfully, and for reasons spelled out by precisely this hypothetical situation--a trigger-happy fool shooting down someone who's completely harmless and nonviolent.I'm not privy to the knowledge of his armaments
If I had been there with my children, I would have looked at the two signs, read the philosophical one, then pointed to the man and said "look, kids, there's someone who understands what being an American is all about. If you want social justice you have to fight for it."So....you're the kind of person that if you were there with young children and this idiot barged in scaring people, scaring your children, you wouldn't feel he was wrong in the eyes of the law, nor would he be deserving of any punitive measures?
It's interesting that you seem much more afraid of words than guns.