So we shouldn't feel sorry for people who are forced to make these choices? The concept I am attempting to refute here is that we should apparently feel GOOD, or almost worse nothing, that this man was forced to choose between being entirely defenseless and dying or being seriously injured by people breaking into his home, or breaking the law and living but going to prison.Yes, I'm serious. It startles me a bit to know that you are too.
The law of the land stands. You don't have to like it, you do everything you can to change it, but in the meantime, you abide by it or you suffer the consequences.
At the end of the day I don't care how you or others feel about this I guess, but I sure as hell feel sorry for everyone in this world who is forced by law to be defenseless in the face of violence and evil. You can go on being callous and relish in others misery or whatever you are doing, I do not subscribe to that method of thought and for being so uncaring for my fellow human.