Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Houston Texas Man Kills Burglar with Concealed Handgun

All you gun control nuts out there; are you telling me that you would deny innocent people like this the right to defend themselves in their own home? Tell me, without a gun, what would have this old man have been able to do to protect himself and his property from this burglar? Should he have asked him nicely to leave and hope the burglar does not try to attack him like many burglars do to victims inside homes they are robbing. This man had a concealed handgun license. He never once has used his gun for the wrong reasons. He is a law abiding citizen who has a 2nd amendment constitutional right to have a gun to defend himself and that is exactly what he did.

Burglary suspect shot, killed by man who says he was defending his property
HARRIS COUNTY - From KHOU TV and www.khou.com - A burglary suspect died late Thursday morning after he was shot by a homeowner who said he was defending his property.

The shooting occurred in northwest Harris County on Place Rebecca Lane just off Kuykendahl Road, according to the sheriff’s office.

Harris County Sgt. Robert Spurgeon said it was around 2 a.m. when the homeowner, 51, heard glass breaking in his condo. He went to investigate and found a man entering through a window.

The homeowner told deputies he warned the suspect to leave, but the man allegedly continued to enter the condo. That’s when the homeowner opened fire, striking the suspect in the head. The suspect was sent to Ben Taub Hospital in critical condition.

Deputies noted that the homeowner was defending his property and even has a Concealed Handgun License, but as per protocol, the case would be sent to a grand jury.

The suspect’s identity was not released, but deputies said the man was 22 years old.

The condos where the shooting occurred is the same location as a fire on Wednesday morning. The fire destroyed several units and forced crews to cut power to part of the complex. The male homeowner who opened fire said he decided to stay in his unit overnight to protect his belongings during the power outage.

This story comes to us through KFDM TV's media partnership with KHOU-TV in Houston

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