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Old 12-14-2011, 07:05 AM
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A homeowner shot and killed a burglary suspect after a fight Tuesday night, said Jacksonville Sheriff's Office deputies. Police said the burglar was looking for homes and cars to break in to while roaming a Westside neighborhood near Dayton Road and Lane Avenue South after 6:30 p.m. Police said the burglar was involved in a fight with a homeowner, who shot and killed the burglar. The identity of the burglary suspect was not immediately released.
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WHAAAAAAAAA!!!!! WHAAAAAA!!!!!!

That mean homeowner..........



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I love happy endings.
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I am sure the "it's bad to shoot someone" crowd will be here shortly to tell us that the homeowner should have surrendered all of his belongings and filled out a police report instead of ventilating a perp.
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Just hope the homeowner made sure it was a "good shoot".
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Gas em. I love the fact that the Castle Doctrine was passed in NC and put into effect on December 1. I am ready for a revolution so one burglar shouldn't be a problem. I have more concern for deer than I do most criminals, and I am a deer hunter.
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Watch now when some liberal lawyer finds a family member of the dead burglar and convinces them to sue the homeowner.
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Originally Posted by First Light View Post
Watch now when some liberal lawyer finds a family member of the dead burglar and convinces them to sue the homeowner.
In more enlightened states (like Michigan), when the police agree the shooting was in self-defense, the shooter is protected by state law against civil lawsuits.
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"My son is not that kind of a person."


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Taking a life, for whatever reason, must cause the shooter some severe emotional strain. I hope they get some help.
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homeowner didn't know we should be " spreading the wealth "
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Originally Posted by A Few Dollars View Post
I love happy endings.

I AGREE

Now I am sure the family of the Burglar will come forward and file a civil lawsuit claiming wrongful death
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Originally Posted by tprice View Post
I AGREE

Now I am sure the family of the Burglar will come forward and file a civil lawsuit claiming wrongful death
That's a northern thing...;?
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"My son is not that kind of a person."
Not anymore he isn't. What a joke...long history of arrests. Well Dad, if you had done something about this a long time ago, your criminal son wouldn't be in a box now. At least he is not a burden to the system anymore. Aggravated battery on a pregnant woman? Yeh, he was a sweet and gentle man.
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Originally Posted by JAGSARE1 View Post
Not anymore he isn't. What a joke...long history of arrests. Well Dad, if you had done something about this a long time ago, your criminal son wouldn't be in a box now. At least he is not a burden to the system anymore. Aggravated battery on a pregnant woman? Yeh, he was a sweet and gentle man.
Aggravated battery in Ga means you inflicted a serious, permanent wound to a body part.

In other words your attempt at murder failed.

I suspect the Fl. law is similar. He obviously seriously maimed a pregnant woman.

Scumbag. Too bad fleas won't eat a rotten corpse.
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Taking a life, for whatever reason, must cause the shooter some severe emotional strain. I hope they get some help.
I guarantee you I'd be perfectly ok after blasting a bad guy in my living room.
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I guarantee you I'd be perfectly ok after blasting a bad guy in my living room.
Yeah. Threaten my family and you get dead. The sad part unless a shovel isnt handy is that your life gets ruined, just for doing the right thing.
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I will say that holding a gun on a live person is not something that you plan for and it shook me up for a good little while. I will not get into details about it but it was not nearly as great as some might think. I am very proficient with my guns and I know that had it escalated from where I was, it would have ended in a shooting and I have no questions about it being a "good shoot.". Once the adrenaline dumped I literally shook for almost 45 minutes once I got clean of the situation. While I would not hesitate to protect myself or my family, most people would not be perfectly fine right after a shooting. On th same note, I am perfectly fine with any of you being shook up for a couple of days to rid the streets of these dbag criminals.
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I will say that holding a gun on a live person is not something that you plan for and it shook me up for a good little while. I will not get into details about it but it was not nearly as great as some might think. I am very proficient with my guns and I know that had it escalated from where I was, it would have ended in a shooting and I have no questions about it being a "good shoot.". Once the adrenaline dumped I literally shook for almost 45 minutes once I got clean of the situation. While I would not hesitate to protect myself or my family, most people would not be perfectly fine right after a shooting. On th same note, I am perfectly fine with any of you being shook up for a couple of days to rid the streets of these dbag criminals.
Very well put. I hope I NEVER have to go through what you did.
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Ive had a gun shoved hard in my temple while getting punched in the face (during a robbery) and I can tell you it wasn't exactly a high point in my life either, sand key. Never felt more paralyzed and helpless in my life. That was back when I told myself that I ddint need a gun.

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