Wednesday, July 13, 2016

TX:Armed Homeowner Stops Burglary

Strange that the reporter casts doubt on the couple's statement that the knife did not belong to them.

According to the affidavit, the man said he walked to the front of the house and saw a silver Chrysler Cruiser near the sidewalk. He then saw a male subject standing near the property and immediately pointed a gun at the suspect and told him not to move. The suspect said he was coming from a friend's house and began to move away from the house towards the street.

Court documents say the homeowner then exited house with his shotgun as the suspect ran to his vehicle. The man hit the driver side window with the butt of the shotgun and the suspect fled the scene.

The couple then found the TV on the side of the house in the backyard, along with a knife that they claimed did not belong to them.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The burglar could have stolen the knife from inside the home. Or, he could have possessed it prior to the break-in as 'protection' from his intended victim.

In either case, this represents a escalation of strategy by the lame-stream media!

Now, reporters are not just anti-gun, but anti-victim, and pro-criminal.

Their goal: cast aspersion on the victim, and/or make it seem the criminal was attacked by - or had to be prepared to defend him/herself from - the victim.