Already I have some constructive criticisms for Mr. Bundy and his comrades, if they survive this experience, but none of those criticisms will be so much as whispered while the incident is still ongoing. One does not snipe at men who are in the trenches where us keyboard-tappers don't have the balls to go ourselves.
If someone is genuinely willing to lay his life on the line to make a point, then that quality is sufficiently rare in our people these days so that it needs to be respected and treated with deference, at least until after the blood is spilled and the graves are filled in, and a short but decent time allowed to pass.
Secondly, I have to say that in this case, from what I have read about what the dictator's servants are doing to this father and son named Hammond in Harney County, the point seems worth making. What Dylann Roof did was a hissy fit. This is not. There is in fact a worthy cause here, a legitimate casus belli. That in itself is a rarity worth respecting.