Originally Posted by series1811
The closest thing I can think of to this issue is having your child molested. Early in my LE career, I had to work child molesting cases. Now, everyone pretty much says, and really thinks, they would kill anyone who molested their kids. I know I feel the same way.
Yet, out of all of the child molesting cases I worked, I only saw it happen one time. And, that was a mother, who within a few minutes of finding out, took a butcher knife and tried as hard as she could to stab her daughter's attacker to death. And, then, three months later, she was living with him again.
I saw a lot of people get really mad, but I never saw anyone else actually do anything.
But, you ask anybody, me included, and we all say we would kill the bastard.
Yes indeed! My point exactly. So many on the net emphasis training, training, training. They totally miss the first step of making the decision first. It is far, far more important.
Wasn't it Pat Garrit who said that many men have the skills, but few have the willingness?