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In a statement released while he was still in office South Carolina's ex- Attorney General Charlie Condon sent a memorandum to all state prosecutors and law enforcement officials warning them not to arrest or prosecute people who defend themselves with “deadly force” against a “home invader.”
 
The statement said the policy was necessary to protect citizens “in the wake of a rash of recent home invasions in North Charleston and elsewhere throughout the state.”
 
“As chief prosecutor of South Carolina, I am declaring open season on home invaders,” Condon said. “That season is year round. Citizens protecting their homes who use force — even deadly force — will be fully safeguarded under the law of this state and subject to no arrest, charge or prosecution.
 
“In South Carolina, would-be intruders should now hear this: Invade a home and invite a bullet,” said Cordon, a Republican.
 
In declaring an “open season” on burglars who break into homes, South Carolina Attorney General Charlie Condon instructed all solicitors, sheriffs and police chiefs in the state to refrain from arresting “citizens acting to defend their homes” with a firearm or other weapon.
 
Is it possible the memo reached Sanford, Florida and that is why George Zimmerman acted without regard for Trayvon Martin's life.  

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