• The crime of rioting? Of course not. You are not responsible for someone else's actions.
  • I think the problem with the question is "... to stop the rioting..." Those people are basically unreasonable, so reasoning with them (at the time of the riot) is doubtful. By "unreasonable" I mean this. - Arrange a meeting between a policeman and a rioter. The policeman was trying maintain and/or restore order, protect property, etc., and got hit in the face with a brick. The rioter threw the brick. Ask the rioter what that policeman ever did to him. Ask him what good throwing a brick did. Ask a guy that jumps on a car what the lady that owned it did to him to deserve her car being destroyed. If either of them has an answer, it won't be reasonable.
    • Archie Bunker
      Good luck trying to get the people throwing bricks, jumping on cars and looting to answer reasonable questions about why they're doing what they're doing.

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