“Stand Your Ground” laws are making America less safe, Montana state representative observes

What the castle doctrine has done in this country is it has created a culture of gun violence and vigilante justice… And it’s created a culture that it’s okay to shoot first and ask questions later.

— Montana State Representative Ellie Hill, explaining to The Missoulian why “Stand Your Ground” style laws need to be repealed. A Montana homeowner recently shot a an unarmed teenage student he found in his garage who was studying abroad.