As in all LD debate, this one hinges on definitions. "Deliberate" implies thought out, instead of heat-of-the-moment or self-defense scenarios--which would mean that the victim might have the time and ability to act within the law. Slippery slope to vigilantism, anyone? "Deadly," of course, raises the moral stakes--and possibly throws the resolution out of balance. "Repeated" is tough, because it potentially sets a minimum standard at two incidents.
Those are my
Update: Hey, all you folks who are dropping by, looking for an easy angle on your LD case: how about sharing your thoughts in the comments? Let's start a debate.