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on December 12, 2020 at 12:55 AM in axolotl
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Indeed. In this case, the killing of loss prevention officers could discourage the kind of brutality regularly visited on lifters and those incorrectly suspected to be lifting. There is clearly a justification for killing loss prevention if it can be concretely tied to the reduction of violence committed by LP, it's just not one of individual self-defense but rather collective safety.