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Free Talk Live => General => Topic started by: ReasonableVoice on February 04, 2015, 09:32:30 PM

Title: When does taking a person against their will constitute kidnapping ?
Post by: ReasonableVoice on February 04, 2015, 09:32:30 PM
When an agent of a government brings someone to court against their will, is that kidnapping ?
When a private DRS (Dispute Resolution Services) agent brings someone to DR against their will, is that kidnapping ?


When someone WITH a badge, or WITHOUT  badge,
 uses force against someone alleged to have used aggression,
. . . . . .
    is that  offensive force   (aggression)
or is that defensive force (non-aggression) ?



PS
Under common law it depended on the outcome.
That is, if the accuser who authorized the agent(s) to seize a person
was correct (able to prove a wrong) then it was not kidnapping
but if they were unable to prove a wrong,
the accuser was then liable for committing a wrong. ( table turned )