I am not into sports and therefore never liked hats etc with sports team logos. And hard to find a baseball type cap without a sports team logos. Initially I thought why wear clothing with a sports team logo, as it only give people I may not want to interact with and opportunity to start a conversation. But now it seems people are attacking those who wear the team logos of opposing teams. The Giant fan is a recent case in point. I was wondering if in your studies of deadly force encounters you know of any cases where a person was attacked, because of clothing with a sports logo and the person attacked used a firearm to defend himself. If so how did this case play out. Did the aggressor claim he was just talking sports and hey when you wear a sports team logo isn't that an invitation to talk sports. Then all of a sudden this guy shot me. In short would wearing clothing with a sports team logo 1. potentially make you a target and 2. make it harder to say that you did not in any way initiate or encourage the encounter.