Yesterday, we shared the story of Matrix Lee, the 50-year-old St. Paul resident who faces two felonies for shooting at a purse snatcher in a busy Como Lake parking lot Monday.
Many readers expressed dismay that Lee, who had a carry permit, would be charged for firing his gun at a fleeing thief. Be that as it may, today's Comment of the Day explains why he was in the wrong from a legal standpoint.
Here it is:
Sounds reasonable enough, doesn't it? Or do you think either or both or the points CF mentions should be revisited by lawmakers?