So far, at The Accidental Vigilante and posted here as well, we have provided two hypothetical (imaginary) examples of (lawbreaking) vigilante action based on numerous, real life, historical events. Their purpose is to show that (lawbreaking) vigilantism can be successful. However, martial action of any form must also never be lawbreaking and, if you know the law, it never has to be lawbreaking.
Here is our first hypothetical example of vigilante action:
Situation: A man beats his wife every day for a month.
Discovery: We find out about it at the end of the month.
Our Response: We report the situation to the police.
Police Response: Police visit the home.
Follow-Up: Man beats his wife every day for a second month.
Discovery: We find out about it at the end of the second month, make a threat assessment and a PCPA (police/courts protection ability) assessment, and develop a response plan.
Our Response: We confront the man and tell him that he must stop or he will be stopped.
Target’s Response: Man beats his wife again that night.
Discovery: We find out about it the next day.
Our Response: An unidentified pair of masked individuals meet the man on his way home from work and break his right arm then tell him he will get worse if he beats his wife again. Anonymous donors support the couple financially until the man recovers and can return to work.
Follow-Up: Man has not beaten his wife for the past two years.
A martialist may never kill another human being except to protect themself and/or another or others from a present attack against themself and/or another or others. See The Accidental Vigilante.
The police must always be given time to do their job before any martial action is taken. See The Accidental Vigilante.