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Monday, February 11, 2013

Monday Addition

Fresh off the BLNN comes the latest addition to the DGC, this time out of sunny Arizona.

Phoenix homeowner shoots, kills burglary suspect
Police say a homeowner shot and killed a 16-year-old suspected of breaking into his Phoenix home Friday afternoon.

MyFoxPhoenix.com reports that the 36-year-old homeowner arrived home to find four men ransacking the property.

See? Another child killed by gunfire! Won't someone think of the children? The sad part is that this really will get added into the CSGV's database as exactly that - because it fits their narrative. Never mind that this "child" was in someone's home and threatened the homeowner; no, all they care about is that they can add another statistic.

Again, please note that this was a group of four people ransacking the house. Had they all decided to attack the homeowner, there's little he could do if he was unarmed; certainly he'd be in far worse shape. When facing a superior number of adversaries in your own home, the powers-that-be don't want you to have the advantage of abundant ammunition. Why is that? The police that will eventually come to your house will have "high capacity" magazines; why shouldn't we all?

Dead Goblin Count: 365

That is all.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"he arrived home to find his home being ransacked",so he was in no danger?Why not hold them til the police arrive?According to AZ gun laws,the only time you can legally open fire is in a case of arson or livestock theft.NRA better get a legal defense fund going for this clown! BTW,did he use a 30 rd assault rifle?

Jay G said...

Did you read the article? The guy who got himself shot approached the homeowner.

Guy walks in to find his place getting ransacked, one of the guys charges him.

That's not defending property, that's self-defense.

Wraith said...

Anon: You know exactly squat about AZ gun laws. In Arizona, the use of deadly physical force against another person is justified, according to A.R.S. 13-405, as follows:

2.When a reasonable person would believe that using deadly physical force is immediately necessary to protect themselves against another person’s use or attempted use of unlawful deadly physical force.

Good grief, a simple websearch would have cleared that up and you wouldn't be looking stupid right now.

Also, Jay:

The police that will eventually come to your house will have "high capacity" magazines; why shouldn't we all?

You just answered your own question. What makes you think TPTB want anything resembling a fair fight?