There's been some talk on here regarding the proper response to incidents of mob rioting like that which recently occurred in London. From what I gather, the best course of action is situational awareness and avoidance. If the situation cannot be avoided and one is caught up in it, then the legal principle of AOJ and action to prevent death or grave bodily harm apply. However, what i've not seen addressed is the following: If I am at home with family locked in our house, and a mob comes through the neighborhood reeking havoc and destruction -- e.g. throwing rocks through my windows, taking a baseball bat to my car and maybe overturning it, starting fires, maybe eventually breaking into to house and looting -- what am I supposed to to? Legally allowed to do? Specifically, if I or my family is not bodily harmed or threatened, then am legally prevented from doing anything to stop the mob attack? Must I sit by and permit them to destroy my home simply because they have not attacked my person? Thank you for any input.