The trial court did not err in instructing the jury on four independent theories of first degree murder. Here a gang invaded a house, and repeatedly beat the victim. Defendant and another were armed. Defendant aimed at the victim and then lowered the gun, then raised it and shot the vicim, despite being told not to do so. The appellate court rejected defendants claim of right defense to felony-murder based upon his codefendants claim of right to retrieve a firearm from the victim. The claim of right defense applies only to a principal. Nor could the codefendant claim it here, where he was prohibited from possessing firearms based upon his criminal record. Also, based upon the facts of the case, the jury could conclude that the murder would be a natural and probable consequence of the assault and battery on the victim. Finally, the record indicated the verdict was actually based upon a theory of willful, premeditated, and deliberated murder based upon an accomplices testimony about the murder.