You were talking about Theramore encircling his army. You do not metion what army or when/where, making it unsubstantiated.
It most definetly was.
Why? I never claimed anything like that.
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
The Council is not absent at all times, and the Peacekeepers are present in the city. What, do you think Jaina, upon discovering the betrayal, asked the Whole council to leave and then dismissed all the peacekeepers, while Aethas in the meantime occupied the citdadel before she teleported in rather than just walk, all in between her teleporting from Darnassus to Dalaran? What scenario are you proposing here?
Better question: If they are all absent, why did Aethas come there?
They did not start threatening the Sunreavers With military action until after Aethas was arrested. He has never been shown to keep guards around him before.
Jaina gave them legal power to do so and the rest of the Council accepted that descision. ALso, if there were no guards there, all the more reason for her to take matter in her own hands.
So being a Citizen of Dalaran means one cannot be a mercenary. Also, I never claimed they were Mercenaries, I only used a analogy With Mercenaries.
Prove it. Both that the police force had vansihed, and that he brought the guards along for that reason. Also, explain why any of this matters.
No, she worked with the Alliance to ensure ensure the Divine Bell would not be used. She did not grant them any weapons. This was an accepted action by the Kirin Tor. The Sunreavers went against the Kirin Tor’s descision. Also, you have yet to prove she murdered anyone.
So, if a police officer kills a domestic terrorist, he has commited murder?
Ok. What does that have to do with anything?
You have yet to prove this. Said “political affiliation” had just commited treason, the higher-ups had done nothing to stop it, and were now occupying the state Office With armed guards for unknown reasons. Quite a lot you left out.
I have told you many times alread. Self-defense.
No. That is not the definition of murder.
Sure, but that does not matter. What matters is that his actions were suspicious. I have every right to grab a bag, og out and throw it at someone and then run away. It will still look like I am throwing a bomb, and people would be excused to commit violence against me.
Said guards could easily have killed her if they wanted. Reasonable force only Applied if the person is in a state of mind in which they can reasonably evaluate the amount of force needed. Having fice people point weapons at you which could fire magical projectiles at any moment is good enough reason to use lethal force.
No, that in no way “legcally makes it malicious”". There is no such legal proceeding. If I had a gun and a guy came at me With a knife, and I shot him in the head due to panic, when I could have disabled him With a show to the knee, I have not commited a malicious act. And even if it were “legally malicious”, that does not mean it acutally was malicous. You have to prove that the act of killing when you can refrain from doing so, under all circumstances, rewrites the killer’s intent to being malicious, as that is what Your claim implies.
Again, what matters is what she believed at the time and how reasonable it was. If the guy running at me with a knife was revealed to simply be playing a prank, I would still get off because I had good reason to think my life was in danger, kind of like what Jaina did when she teleported into her office to find it occupied with private guards of a faction that recently commited treason pointing weapons at her.
Again, strange that he has never done so before and went there while there was no council meeting. Why even go? Besdies, the hatred between the two Groups were not that strong until after the Purge, and they had been shown to work together well under Jaina. There was never a mention of anyone being in danger, and even if there were, I doubt the SC would target a Council member. Besides that you have to prove that is why he went there With guards, and that Jaina had better reason to think this than him being a traitor laying trap for her in order to prove it murder.
Wait, people that are supposed to fight you show up into the Citadel unannounced and Jaina is wrong for thinking they are a threath?
I would consider pointing weapons at someone to be pretty hostile.
Self-defense also covers situations in which you have good reason to think you will be attacked.
Again, no. If you have good reason to believe you will be attacked, like Jaina did, your actions will be considered self-defense.
This is completely unfounded. It does not matter where you are. If someone makes threatening gestures at you, giving you valid reason to think an attack is coming, you are free to defend yourself. Where did you even get this principle from? These mental gymnastics of yours are getting tiresome.
That is exactly how the Law Works. You seem remarkably ingorant of the Law. Maybe you should look it up up before spouting ignorance.
I’d call the Police, personally. I wouldn’t kick the door in and start screaming at them. I’d call the Police. Why didn’t she?
Perhaps you did not udnerstand the scenario. They are poiting guns at YOU! You do not have time to Call the police.
Of Course Jaina gave the orders!
Of course she did! Who needs conclusive evidence or citations when you can just say OF COURSE? Anyone who denies it is a fool! Come on man. She is never referred to as giving orders to Hawthorne. He distinctly claims he is accountable to Alliance High Command.
Is this seriously how you think Law works? She tried to kill a city full of civilians, but because she failed it is somehow OK? Is that honestly how you think it works?
We were not talking about the Law, but what you have to hold against her.