I just saw on the news this story of a "man who did naughty things, but had a big heart" who stole some other guys motorcyle. He was killed when the owner of the motorcycle ran him over in his car (while he was on the stolen bike, no less). They're gonna charge the owner with murder. Personally, I think that charge is bullshit. This country doesnt seem to give a f*ck about stolen motorcycles (or crime in general from what Ive seen, just revenue), and so when someone takes the matter into thier own (admittadly excessive) hands, I dont think its 'right' or 'fair' to throw the book at them, which is what it looks like will happen. The story made me so mad I had to say something. Yeah, it sucks that a man (a father no less) has died, but, to a degree, didnt he get what he deserved? What happened to social responsibility? You cant be known as "a man who did naughty things" (by your own mother no less), and expect the consequences to never catch up with you. Maybe Im being blinded by the thought of my own bike getting nicked, but, did the thief really expect the owner to *not* want to cause him harm?