There were people that more or less refused a search of their home and it was done anyway. That is exactly why I defend the 2nd.
We know a number of people in the lockdown area and have heard of no such incidents, and likewise have not seen any in the local press. Is there a credible source for this assertion?
I don't know what the rules are for "hot pursuit" of suspects, and I hope never to be in a position of needing to know. That said, your quote reads as though you would consider using firearms to, for example, repel somebody with an FBI vest who ran through your yard without your permission trying to apprehend a fleeing armed terrorist. I'm not saying you would actually do that, but that kind of rhetoric seems misplaced here. AFAIK none of the gun owners among the 1M people on lockdown felt the need to turn their weapons on law enforcement personnel.