Moment TikToker tells followers how to ‘invade’ American homes

A TikTok influencer is advising his followers on how to ‘invade’ American homes and invoke squatter’s rights, making it difficult for them to be removed from properties.

Leonel Moreno, who goes by @leitooficial_25 online and appears to be a Venezuelan migrant, has told his followers that under US law, ‘if a house is not inhabited, we can seize it’.

He is referring to squatter’s rights, or adverse possession laws – a common law principle that allows an illegal inhabitant to acquire ownership of a property based on continuous occupation without the legal owner’s consent.

Moreno, alleging he has friends who ‘have already taken about seven homes’, argued the only way for migrants to not live in the streets or be a ‘public burden’ is to ‘seize’ and ‘invade’ abandoned properties.

If you read American news, you will learn that he’s not that far off from right.

Fed-up homeowner arrested after tense standoff with squatters ‘stealing’ $1M house she inherited from parents

A New York City property owner recently ended up in handcuffs following a fiery standoff with alleged squatters who she has been trying to boot from her family’s home, tense footage shows.

Adele Andaloro, 47, was nabbed after changing the locks last month on the $1 million home in Flushing, Queens, that she says she inherited from her parents when they died, ABC’s Eyewitness News reported.

Andaloro claims the ordeal erupted when she started the process of trying to sell the home last month but realized squatters had moved in — and brazenly replaced the entire front door and locks.

She said she got fed up, and went to her family’s home on 160th Street — with the local TV outlet in tow — on Feb. 29 and called a locksmith to change the locks for her.

In New York City, a person can claim “squatter’s rights” after just 30 days of living at a property.

Andaloro was ultimately given an unlawful eviction charge because she had changed the locks and hadn’t provided a new key to the person staying there, the NYPD confirmed to The Post.

According to the law, squatters must treat the property they are occupying as their home, such as doing maintenance.

In reality, squatters usually destroy the property they are squatting in, and homeowners insurance won’t cover property damage from squatters.

Given both the extreme cost of housing and the principle of the matter, I absolutely and unequivocally believe that a home owner should have the right to use lethal force in the removal of squatters.

If someone breaks into a home that is not theirs, and tries to live there, the home owner should have the right to go in tell the squatter to leave, and if the squatter doesn’t, the home owner can shoot the squatter and drag his body to the curb.

This won’t happen in Blue states, but Red states need to make this the law.

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8 thoughts on “Lethal force in defense of property”
  1. The guy does sound Venezuelan. And allow me to give you an insight: When he says “here also applies invading land” he is talking about what the Chavistas did and encouraged in Venezuela: The takeover of supposedly unused land from landowners so people could have their own mini farms.
    It never entered their brains that those parcels were not abandoned but being allowed to recuperate after being farmed: rotation of parcels.

    And that is how food stopped being produced in Venezuela. Trying to cultivate in spent land is always a losing game.

    PS: Shoot the fuckers. They are not used to be confronted by citizens with guns

  2. Tennessee sorta has it covered:

    Any person using force intended or likely to cause death or serious bodily injury within a residence, business, dwelling or vehicle is presumed to have held a reasonable belief of imminent death or serious bodily injury to self, family, a member of the household or a person visiting as an invited guest, when that force is used against another person, who unlawfully and forcibly enters or has unlawfully and forcibly entered the residence, business, dwelling or vehicle, and the person using defensive force knew or had reason to believe that an unlawful and forcible entry occurred.

    You can’t shoot someone just for tresspassing, but if they are in your home and they won’t leave and they become aggressive, you are *theoretically* covered. Of course, you never know how it will play out in court.

  3. I bet she gets rid of her t shirt that says I ❤️ ny…think shes a democrat???. i think all the cops that quit are “good” ones and that leaves the thugs with badges… how could an honest cop arrest someone who is protecting thier property??

    1. i think all the cops that quit are “good” ones and that leaves the thugs with badges.
      I disagree. I think the thugs see the writing on the wall — the city councils, county commissioners, mayors, etc. DON’T have their backs and will throw them under the bus at the first hint of any kind of wrong-doing — and are leaving at least as much as the good cops. Like any other thug, they’re extremely risk-averse and are looking for an easy score (in this case, an easy living).
      The remaining people are the ones who view policing as a calling in addition to a vocation, and that calling supersedes and overrides the risks.
      That said, in almost all things, the reality is probably somewhere in the middle. Both the thugs and the good cops are leaving because between the staffing shortages, the forced overtime, and the extremely restrictive policies that strongly favor criminals, it’s just not worth it anymore.
      (FWIW, a good family friend has TWO amazing sons who are going into policing as a career, even knowing the risks and hardships, because they firmly believe that the work is worthwhile. THAT is what I mean by “calling”. If you’re the praying type, please keep young men like this in mind.)

  4. I see a business opportunity: “Guido’s Home Services, LLC. We will clean your house spic-n-span and leave no trace.Cleaning services performed 0200-0400 local time to minimize interference with your daily routine.”

    I’ve heard Guido is best buddies with pig farmers and alligator ranchers.

  5. Live in an area where children are in charge, get what you deserve.
    Get involved in your local politics. The person sitting on your local assembly/council has a much higher impact on your day to day life than the President or Congress.
    You do not have to run for office, or anything like that, but have an idea what your local legislature is voting on. Otherwise, laws protecting the criminals will be passed.

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