The man who killed another man in a parking dispute will not be taken into custody or arrested, Florida police said.

Michael Drake, 47, was kicked out at the hands of Marquis McGlockton on Thursday after the collision with his girlfriend in a garage with a handicapped.

Drake was then able to shoot the victim Mr. McGlockton in the chest as he lay in the air.

Police say they did not have to arrest the suspect Mr. Drake because of state law that allows them to “stand their stand” as well as “shoot at first.”

The law offers protection from civil or criminal liability for those who assert self-defense after an incident of violence or shooting. “I do not believe in the law. The law is enforced “Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri told a news conference on Friday. 

“I’m going to force this method of writing. Some may disagree about whether they prefer this or don’t. 

He stated that the case would be looked over by an attorney general who will decide if Drake should be charged. Drake should be charged.

The lawyer was required to be able to provide “clear and convincing proof that [he] was not authorized to apply violence,” the sheriff said.

The footage was captured by an outside security camera in the convenience store. The footage it shows McGlockton returning to the building with his hands on his chest.

Eyewitnesses report that he fell unconscious when buyers called emergency services. He was transported to an emergency room in Clearwater and declared dead.

Police say that Mr. Drake cooperated when they arrived and was carrying an unregistered concealed weapon license.

The Advocate Your Positions law came in the spotlight following the death of an unarmed teenager killed and shot in the year 2012. George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman, killed Trayvon Martin while returning from a shopping center in Sanford.

Florida police were cited for violating the law when they released Zimmerman without charge that night.

However, more than 480,000 signed the petition, asking for the case to be brought to justice. He eventually went to trial, but found not guilty of any charges.

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