Justice Renisha McBride porch shooting goes to jury: Does paranoia limit self-defense? (+video)

Bankrupt Detroit has seen rising paranoia over race and crime, and the police chief has urged residents to arm themselves. Homeowner Theodore Wafer shot Renisha McBride through his porch door.

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A Detroit jury now has the Renisha McBride porch shooting case, a post-Trayvon Martin case widely seen as testing whether paranoia over crime and liberalized gun laws impose any limits on self-defense arguments.