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    Thiefs in Texas

    If you are a thief in Texas you better watch out for the neighbor.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=HhGP-8Uj7ac&feature=related
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    You know, if more states allowed this chit, there may be a few more folks actually working for a living...
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    well he did warn them "move and your dead"

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    he messed up quite a bit on the telephone call but I still back him, we will see if he gets off with no charges

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    I am sure the neighbors are grateful,i know i would be...

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    Quote Originally Posted by meirvin View Post
    he messed up quite a bit on the telephone call but I still back him, we will see if he gets off with no charges
    Damn skippy!
    He could have got off totally free with a small investigation if he would have kept his mouth shut. All he had to do was call the police then hang up.
    I took the Texas concealed weapons class and the main thing the instructor stressed was that you ALWAYS just tell the police you were scared for your personal safety and the safety of others and you only killed the bastard as a last resort.
    If I am correct in my laws, a home owner in Texas can even shoot someone for trying to break into their car, as long as it is at night. No questions asked.
    Texas laws are the best!

    I know what your thinking. Was that 15 shots, or 16? You feel lucky, Punk? Do you?

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    JP you said it.

    PS Work harder, Those on wellfair need you to

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    The sad thing is IMO, this guy will get hung out to dry. One of the funniest things he said was when the operator asked him if he knew the neighbors. He said something like, "these on this side, no not too well, but I know my others neighbors real good and if this were happening at their house I would have already shot them".

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    three shots how do you choose which one to shoot twice..

    hard call if you only had three shells to hand..

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    Awww the poor dead burglers.

    Cry me a freakin river.

    This is why Texas kicks ass. Vigilantyism used to be called something else in the past, some thing called "common law" on which officila law was then based.

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