- Jan 4, 2009
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- Central Kenai Peninsula
As justified as it may feel at times, you are correct that setting any kind of "booby trap" would definitely get someone in legal trouble, even on your own private property.
I fully understand that "booby trapping" your own property could get you in trouble.
What I was referring to was the fact that you can set up a fence on your own property.
Maybe in this sue happy society we live in you can still get sued if someone ran into that fence?
But I don't have an issue with someone stringing up an electric fence around their property whether it's to define their property boundaries or to keep in domestic animals
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