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    FrankRose

    This is a paramount feature within SYG laws that is often times overlooked.

    Primarily, if a victim acts in a Bon a Fide act of SD, SYG shields him from having to mount a usually bankruptcy inducing criminal and civil defense BEFORE the process begins.  Why should a victim (who had a choice to live or die) who exercises his natural right to self defense, lose EVERYTHING he and his family ever worked for, in defending himself in court?

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