Should this woman be arrested for breaking a window?

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  1. Salty

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    Absolutely. While noble, vigilanteism is illegal. She should have called the police and waited.
     
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    To assist liberals in making a decision, please share: her race, her political party, 'her' gender (m/f/tg) and her sexual orientation so they can make an 'informed' decision as to whether or not an arrest should be made.
     
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    Did you read the story? She did call the authorities. and then waited 40 minutes
     
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    Why didn't she walk into the building and find the owner? I've done that in stores - and have had the owner paged.

    But I agree that she's liable for the damage and she needs to obey the law.

    However, if it was a child? Bust every window you need to.
     
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    I didn't read it, saw someone comment on it on facebook. I agree with Ann, she should have notified management and security in the store.
     

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