@33MHz Any rights Krewson may have had in waving a gun to defend her home are cancelled out with leaking personal information of citisens sans consent on a public broadcast. That’s wildly inappropriate and grounds for a beefy lawsuit. Just my 2c. /@keage
@kabuku just point of clarification, Krewson didn't make her presence known to the protestors that day. The conflict was when they entered the private street, a neighbor came out with guns and told them to leave.
@j_r_snook i was sort of alluding to this earlier with my question because I agree. I understand public officials sometimes have inherent danger involved in their constituencies, but mansions in gated communities is just taxpayer bilking IMO. /@33MHz
@33MHz@keage that’s the definition of private; you can’t. If the protest were on the public street one over, it would be a different story. But legally in this case there’s no difference between the street, lawn or inside of the house.
@j_r_snook afaik a single person can't prevent people using a private road like this. "A private road can be used by the general public and is open to all who wish to use it, but it primarily benefits those at whose request it was established."
@j_r_snook though I'm not sure about the technical here.. Like, is gated community diff from private road? eh? But regardless, even on your own property you can probably get in trouble with the law for pointing guns at people.
@j_r_snook Where I used to live, residential alleys are considered private if the city did not establish them. However, public waste management, LEOs, and other public service vehicles travel on them …