One Suspect dies, four other arraigned in Home invasion

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Navman, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. Flopsweat

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  2. Burt Gummer

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    Of course the grand jury is trying to come up with a way to charge the victims for defending themselves against the home invaders. They'll find some technicality I am sure.
     
  3. chemist

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    Sounds like they're trying their best to come up with that way:
    But just look at those mugshots, and then imagine selling to a jury that the victims didn't have a right to use lethal force defending against them in their own home.

    Sometimes a grand jury is a good thing, getting the facts out there and putting to bed any questions about motive. Plus, no lawyer's fees!
     
  4. Blaylocke

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    If I was sued/charged, I would sue the baddies for stealing my valuable lead by hiding it in their leg as they limped out of my house. I would sue the family of the dead burglar for staining my floor.
     
  5. DeanfromOregon

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    Simple supply chain dispute. Just business.
     

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