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Is it OK to trespass and damage someone elses property?

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· Meat-N-Taters Kinda Guy
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Can't vote, as I would need to know if there were extenuating circumstances. Generally speaking, NO it is NOT ok to trespass, and definitely not ok to damage said property. However, there may well be times where I would consider it not only appropriate, but duty bound....
 

· Former Wyoming Boy
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Seriously?

Come on now! Who are you trying to get back at?
Is this the fence cutting thing?
I mean, really! Just cut the dang fence and let the deer go.
It would do the same for you!
 

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if just going on for no reason to destroy property yes. but to save a deer that was caught in a fence and only having to remove one little wire in the fence i dont think is a big deal. would be alot better to let teh land owner know first.
 

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guys grow up.. everyone knows this is over the fence thing... so just drop it yea maybe he shoulda told the owner but he did a good thing overall and i doubt a 4 inch section is gonna let the herd of what ever is in there out
 

· Trollinus Maximus.
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if just going on for no reason to destroy property yes. but to save a deer that was caught in a fence and only having to remove one little wire in the fence i dont think is a big deal. would be alot better to let teh land owner know first.
guys grow up.. everyone knows this is over the fence thing... so just drop it yea maybe he shoulda told the owner but he did a good thing overall and i doubt a 4 inch section is gonna let the herd of what ever is in there out
link to thread?
 

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Absolutes are never a good thing...and allow for very little gray...the question may appear to be simple, but the answer is not...

The answer therefore has to be "yes" but it is yes only based on some significant circumstances...
 

· Trollinus Maximus.
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I'm 32 and like I said, this is not specifically about that....so how old are you to make such a stupid post?:doh::rolleyes:
settle down bro :hug:

nobody has the right to destroy your property, regardless of the situation, that said, the OP on the thread linked did what he thought was right, the OP should have contacted the owner, even after cutting his fence so the owner could have repaired it or made the OP repair it.

that thread is more than just about a deer, its also about a persons property, saving a deer at the EXPENSE of someone else's property might feel fine to some, OP should have contacted landowner :darkbeer:
 

· Trollinus Maximus.
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Absolutes are never a good thing...and allow for very little gray...the question may appear to be simple, but the answer is not...

The answer therefore has to be "yes" but it is yes only based on some significant circumstances...
This question is pretty silly, so of course I voted yes.
wait one sec, you boys are ok destroying someone elses property regardless of situation?

or are you basing your response on the linked thread?
 

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No one like trespassers, vandals, poachers or thieves.

But there are plenty of those types out there.

I highly doubt that the majority of folks on this forum fall into those catagories.

But I would imagine there are a few here.

I think that a key thing to remember is "what was the intent"..................


marty
 
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