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|This "decision" reflects more on our current state of legal affairs, than our constitution. It merely guarantees "the state" cannot "infringe" on their inalienable right of self-defense. Nothing is mentioned about limitations on technology, be it stone axe, taser, or phaser.
As ever, our increasingly liberal/progressive judicial system is growing ever more tendentious in its actions. Which certainly reflects badly upon the current collegiate legal product . One has to wonder if any of these jurists had to pass a course on constitutional law .