… by adding one of your own.
What are y’all doing in this situation?😳 pic.twitter.com/vgEva4yEHF
— TXDeplorable (@Texas_Made956) March 8, 2023
Once perimeter is broken and your home invaded, you do not have the luxury of doubting or second guessing. Camera guy was just plain lucky…this time.
I like Sean Sorrentino’s reply to this event.
3 thoughts on “Do not compound his mistake…”
What would I do? When the door opened, I would have started shooting and kept shooting every time he bounced, until I was out of ammo in that mag. If the bitch ran up behind him, the second mag is all hers. Too much? To bad, my house, my rules.
First of all, the guy trying to force entry was committing a crime, likely felony. Breaking and entering with intent to cause physical harm. It does not matter if he had the wrong house.
He was looking for a person (not even sure of his name) that harmed his daughter with the intent of harming him. There is no other reasonable explanation for why he was demanding entry and the location of this person. What would any reasonable person think?
Now, what should the homeowner have done? Easy to say he should have shot the intruder, but not everyone has a gun. If you look in the background, the door was not opened, it was breached. The trim is leaning against the wall where it flew as the door opened.
I do not know enough about the situation to make any judgements. The intruder knew he was being recorded, but persisted. Had the homeowner called 911? I do not know. Did the homeowner own a gun, or other form of self defense weapon? Probably not, or it would have been deployed. There was, apparently enough time to get the camera/cell phone, and shoot some video out the window, so retreating to the gun location was an option.
Too much monday morning quarterbacking here. Way too much.
That was bizarre. The intruder doesn’t seem under the effects of some sort of drugs. Why didn’t he just leave?
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