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Does anyone know where I can find Louisiana's Deadly Force Laws?
I am now living in Northwest Montana but was about 26 miles north of New Orleans when Katrina hit (living in Mandeville---the Yuppie Capital of Louisiana). I can't imagine anybody remaining in New Orleans again for anything greater than a tropical depression. Not only does one have to worry about the crazy city politics, one has to worry about gang/crime activity, and flooding. Katrina was an interesting time. Mandeville is a conservative strong-hold. Signs were put up "if you loot, we will shoot". Liberal (progressive) New Orleans was a complete disaster (no pun intended). So crossing Lake Ponchartrain from St. Tammany Parish into New Orleans was like traveling from the United States into a third world country.Does the civil immunity and castle doctrine in NOLA apply if the criminals are NOPD acting to confiscate lawfully possessed firearms under color of authority?