Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Three In A Row!

Three days, three additions (well, four, considering that yesterday's was a two-fer). A whole bunch of people sent me this one...

Homeowner Shoots, Kills Man Climbing Through Window
A homeowner fatally shot a man as he climbed through a window and into his home Monday afternoon, Dallas police say.
The shooting took place at a home on the 2200 block of Morrell Avenue at about 4:15 p.m.
Police said the homeowner heard a noise inside his residence and shot a man, later identified as 33-year-old Deyfon Pipkins, aka BJ, as he climbed through the window.
Maybe I need to start tagging the DGC stories with the "Dead Horse" tag, as well. It seems like so many of these are people shot breaking into homes, it almost seems like we need a "There's nothing in this house worth dying for" sign. The forces against freedom like to bleat that "your stuff isn't worth killing someone over" - except that, once again, you have no way of knowing the intentions of the person kicking in your door. Or, in this case, smashing in your window and climbing into your house.

What really got me was this quote from the deceased's mother:
Yeah, it's something he would do
That's quite the break from the traditional "he was a good boy just turning his life around" that we normally hear in the wake of a defensive shooting. Now, it's a shame that a young man lost his life - but it was entirely of his own choice. He chose to break into houses rather than work for his money, and eventually his luck ran out and he met up with an armed citizen. If there's anyone to blame - other than the deceased, I mean - it's the pathetic criminal "justice" system that slaps these young men on the wrists and sets them free from jail far too early.

It's a shame these men aren't learning their lesson the first (second/third/etc.) time...

Dead Goblin Count: 371

That is all.


Armed Texan said...

Oh these goblins are learning, it's just that the learning curve is fatally steep.

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maybe he was trying to protect himself from that unknown man.