Monday, May 30, 2005

DETROIT: One more parasite down: "A local homeowner shot and killed an intruder who entered his home overnight, Local 4 reported. The suspect was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead at about 4 a.m. on Friday, the station reported. Neighbors said the homeowner had a right to protect himself against the suspected robber. "That's his house. He had to protect himself," said Jay Miller, a neighbor. Curly Humphry, an 86-year-old neighbor who lives on his own, said he also keeps guns in his home to protect himself, the station reported. "I've got a .38 rifle (and) a shotgun," Humphry said. Police continue to investigate the shooting, but no charges are expected in the case."

Missouri: Man hospitalized after shooting: "'These three guys show up at the house and allegedly force entry into this guy's house and threaten him and his family and then they leave, saying that they will be back,' Wrinkle said. 'The resident of the house sent his family away and his father had come over to be with him. The pickup comes back with the same three guys and they're yelling. (The suspect) said there's a shot fired from the vehicle and he returns fire.' Wrinkle said at least eight to 10 shots were fired by the suspect from a .22 caliber semi-automatic rifle at the pickup, one striking the 25-year-old victim, who was one of the passengers in the pickup. ... The suspect, who had been held for investigation of first-degree assault, has been released without charges at this point in the investigation."

Law and Order War on Guns: "Correspondent Robert Lewis is angry over last night's episode of 'Law and Order: Criminal Intent.' They apparently used the show as a platform to seed the audience with gun control propaganda. I've heard that L&E has long been a subversive show. I've never watched it myself, but I remember channel surfing through it and stopping long enough to hear Jerry Orbach's character tell the crime scene photographer to 'Send the pictures to Charlton Heston.' That was enough for me."

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