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    Would you break the law to save a loved one?
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    Up to and including murder if the situation were to merit it, yes. For those that I love I'd do anything, obviously I'd explore all legal avenues first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Ella View Post
    Would you break the law to save a loved one?
    I think I break the law when I drive on the motorway quite often.

    I'm not sure what it would be that I would need to do, but there are not that many people in this world that I love, so if I could save them and there was no alternative, other than taking another life, yes I likely would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurvaceousKate;1590960[B
    ]I think I break the law when I drive on the motorway quite often[/B].

    I'm not sure what it would be that I would need to do, but there are not that many people in this world that I love, so if I could save them and there was no alternative, other than taking another life, yes I likely would.
    yes kate, you are allowed to go over 40mph,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Ella View Post
    Would you break the law to save a loved one?
    Yes! If a person,( a loved One) life was in danger and the Law meant to Protect them was not Activated by those vested with the responsibility to act to protect my loved one I would as a Responsible human being take action to protect them, even it meant being arrested by those who failed in their Duty to protect.

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    Your right babe you speeding on that motorway x
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh Kevin View Post
    yes kate, you are allowed to go over 40mph,
    Oh that is such a relief!!! My ABS thingy must be faulty then, as it keeps lighting up when it gets to 80mph, but it must really be 40mph and I'm just seeing it wrong. Phew!!!!

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    its so easy to break the law and are major and minor offenses so really depends what it is really

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Ella View Post
    Would you break the law to save a loved one?
    Yes without a shadow of a doubt, the Law is only a guideline on how to live your life

    Sure we can break the 10 commandment and still be forgiven


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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Ella View Post
    Would you break the law to save a loved one?
    If you're still here in a year or so , people will be breaking the law to visit you ;-)

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