52 San Diego L. Rev. 695 (2015)
A Reason to Resist: The Use of Deadly Force in Aiding Victims of Unlawful Police Aggression

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   A Reason to Resist: The Use of Deadly

   Force in Aiding Victims of Unlawful

                   Police Aggression







                      KINDAKA SANDERS*




                      TABLE OF CONTENTS

I.    A B STR A C T  ............................................................................................... 695
II.   IN TROD U CTION  ........................................................................................ 698
III.  BACKGROUND ON DEFENSIVE FORCE ....................................................... 703
IV.   SELF-DEFENSE AS A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT .......................................... 704
V .   D EFENSE  OF  O THERS  ................................................................................ 711
VI.   DEFENSE OF RELATIVES AS A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT ............................. 715
VII.  THE USE OF DEADLY FORCE AGAINST POLICE OFFICIALS ........................ 716
VIII. THE RIGHT TO REBEL AND DEFENSE IN REBELLION .................................. 735
IX.   UNLAWFUL POLICE VIOLENCE IN MINORITY COMMUNITIES ..................... 740
X .   STATUTORY M ODEL  ................................................................................. 746
X I.  C ON CLU SION  ........................................................................................... 749



                           I. ABSTRACT

  Some two and a half years before the fatal shooting of Michael Brown
by a Ferguson, Missouri Police Officer, the Indiana State Legislature
enacted Indiana Code  35-41-3-2 authorizing the use of force, including
deadly force against public servants acting unlawfully against the persons
or property of Indiana citizens.1 The statute, passed in March of 2012, is



    *    2015 Kindaka Sanders. Assistant Professor of Law, Thurgood Marshall
School of Law, Texas Southern University.
    1.  See IND. CODE  35-41-3-2 (2013).


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