Generally, unless there is a duty (often established by relationships), legally they don't have fault, though someone could try a reckless charge. Keep in mind I'm saying generally and also not talking about illegal acts to assist or involving a minor or an incompetent, or if the actions effects others (ie kills themselves via detonation in a public park.
Manos - how do you feel about people who incite suicidal people to kill themselves? Does the person who incited it bear no fault because the person killed himself by his own hand?
I'll argue that I've never supported police violence or that Occupy is addressing or helping with anything, but that's not for this thread, but I felt since you put it out, I could respond.
We all know how much you hate the Occupy movement, it's effort to address the problems of capitalism and excess, and your support of police brutality to silence those protests.
Fuck no, I despise political violence left or right. It's one thing I like about this country (as I discussed above). Also I'm not an idiot to think somehow this is on the level or logical.
So with that being said if someone offered you say a million dollars to help coordinate an attack on them would you take it? Would you take it if it was 10 million or 50 million?
I would hope most people have the common sense to think, hmm why am I being offered 10 million dollars to attack these people. Yes, this makes perfect sense isn't a rational response.
Do you have a price or do you expect everyone to believe you wouldn't take up that deal if you felt you could get away with it knowing your opinionated history against them?