Man Shoots, Kills Drunk Intruder Who Broke Into His Home and Attacked His Son

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Overkill0084, Jun 25, 2013.

  1. Overkill0084

    Overkill0084 Active Member

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    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/201...stigating-case-as-a-homicide/?corder#comments

    IMHO, it's time for the Resident & son to stop cooperating. and issue all future statements through a lawyer.

    The perp's uncle would have been better not speaking at all. Better to be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.
     
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  2. SSGN_Doc

    SSGN_Doc Well-Known Member

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    Sucks to be victimized twice or possibly even three times By the assailant, then by the state, with the possibility of a suit from the assailants family. F California.
     

  3. PanBaccha

    PanBaccha New Member

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    Burglary on the rise, home invasion in full force, and rapes always a threat. Hence, the need for law-abiding citizens to protect themselves in spite of what 'strangers' in government says to the contrary. Self-preservation is the LAW. Not some Mickey-Mouse consensus.
     
  4. locutus

    locutus Well-Known Member Supporter

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    In the USA, home owner would not have a problem.

    In Kalifornia...........................................:mad::mad:
     
  5. Rocky7

    Rocky7 New Member

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    I'm wondering whether, in a situation where a police officer in CA shoots someone who attacking another police officer, is that also treated as a homicide?

    If not, why not?
     
  6. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

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    Yep...

    Yet another perfect example of why you do NOT speak with the police.

    Here is another case where the homeowner believed he was perfectly justified yet is going to get put through the ringer by a DA who disagrees with armed self defense and is willing to use any legality... and the full financial resources of the State... to victimize this family for daring to defend itself. :mad:

    NO COOPERATION... NO COMPROMISE... PERIOD.

    If you "give them nothing" to use against you, they will have very little "to use against you"... Not rocket science folks. ;)

    Tack
     
  7. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

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    Now your just being silly.... Cops are "approved" by the "State"... therefore their lives are worth more than yours and mine put together.

    Tack
     
  8. alsaqr

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  9. JimRau

    JimRau Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Any killing of a human is a homicide, some are justified, some are not!;)
     
  10. armoredman

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    With only the details as provided, he would have been justified three times over in AZ under Title 13-405, Attempted Murder or Attempted Manslaughter, Burglary in the Second Degree and Aggravated Assault. The homeowner might not even be arrested, and the crying "momma" in alsaqr's post? Under AZ State Constitution, if the homeowner is found justified, she...can't...sue...neener.
    In California he will be hung in the court of public opinion, branded a homophobic racist, convicted of every capital crime they have on the books, sentenced to death, and his property given to the family of the deceased as compensation, plus they will nail his son as an accomplice to the crime, hitting him with fines/restitution that will effectively make him "momma's" indentured servant for life. Then California will change the laws to make armed self defense illegal, and double the penalties if the "victim" is an illegal invader.
     
  11. Tackleberry1

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    Yes... but every State I'm aware of has much more severe and often "mandatory" penalties if the decease happens to be a Police Officer... much like hate crime legislation...

    I'm not advocating harming Officers, but, a homicide should be a homicide... PERIOD... and there should be no additional considerations beyond the facts of the case.

    IMHO... "hate crime" mentality combined with the way the media portrayed the Martin/Zimmerman case, is the only reason Zimmerman is on trial.

    Tack
     
  12. manta

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    From reading other posts having a go at the UK self defence laws, I assumed that this type of thing would not happen in America. :rolleyes: Its
    a warning know the laws regarding using lethal force in the state you are in.

    Doing similar here would not necessarily be charged.

     
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  13. Jstrong

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    Im sure California is hardly the America people are referring to when they contrast USA and UK laws.

    Texas isn't the only state that thinks its it's own republic,but at least they don't push their ideals on everyone else like kommiefornia
     
  14. JimRau

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    The point I have been trying to make for years is there is no realistic need for any restriction on any individual weapons (non crew served). Every misuse of a weapon is already illegal in every jurisdiction in the USA!!!! This a 'people' problem, not a 'machine' problem!:(
     
  15. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    The taking of a human life is a homicide. Criminal Homicide is a different story. Of course they are investigating it. That is their job. If a misguided DA takes the case, THAT is a travesty
     
  16. JimRau

    JimRau Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Amen, can you say Zimmerman!!!!:mad:
     
  17. WebleyFosbery38

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  18. Tackleberry1

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    NY State... so I'd assume there considering charges against the homeowner for "Assaulting a Police Officer".

    Tack
     
  19. rjd3282

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    He was so drunk he was confused as to which apartment he was "squatting" in. What a fine father figure for his children to look up to. It's to bad he was breeding before he got wacked.
     
  20. TankTop

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    Come on!!!!!!! I don't usually disagree with you guys, it is obvious that they are looking at charges against the officer and not the homeowner. Please don't create an issue where none exist!