Sometimes Guns (Almost) Kill People Who Need Killing

Heh:

Dion Lewis, 30, was shot by the owner of a home in the 1100 block of Oak Grove Lane in south Caddo when Lewis broke the dwelling about 3 a.m., Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator said.

The homeowner, one of three people asleep inside, “was awakened by someone kicking in the front door of his house,” the sheriff said. “He armed himself with a handgun. And when the suspect appeared at his bedroom door, the homeowner opened fire several times.”

Sadly, the sorry POS is not dead, but recovering at taxpayer expense in a local hospital.

Even worse, the cops are still deciding whether the HOMEOWNER will face any charges. Makes me want to send a check to the NRA.

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5 Comments on “Sometimes Guns (Almost) Kill People Who Need Killing”

  1. jenny Says:

    Doesn’t LA have laws that protect homeowners from charges like this? What kind of charges could he be facing if he was protecting his own life and property?! That’s ridiculous.

    • jenny Says:

      Also, I don’t have a gun in my house, but I do have a very heavy mag light that I keep by my bed for self-defense purposes. If anyone threatens me or my family, he/she will get hit – and I won’t aim for the legs like this nice guy did.

  2. Himself Says:

    Does anyone ever use a mag light for its intended purpose?

  3. KC Says:

    In Florida the castle doctrine lives….wouldn’t be any question of charges ….

    • Suzie-Q Says:

      The castle doctrine is also in effect in Texas. If it’s on your property, you can protect you home by all means.


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