However, I am thinking that that information would have come to light as a viable defense than claiming that he was shot by the guy that he was robbing and trying to kill. It would have worked in his favor by giving up the drug dealer, which is want the LEOs want in the first place.
Originally Posted by Tackleberry1
Devils Advocate here...scumbags defense is that the encounter was a drug deal gone bad.
I'm not saying 90 YO is a dealer but that's the defense being mounted and as stated, the case is still underway.
There is big difference between a home invader suing the homeowner who shot him and a drug user shooting a dealer over a dispute.
Whether or not dirt bag #1 is convicted will tell us if we have an innocent home owner OR a dealer and that distinction will determine if a lawsuit is warranted.
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