Home intruder shot in Texas

Home intruder shot in Texas

This is a discussion on Home intruder shot in Texas within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/14592016.htm The last sentence is a good one: "...police said Johnson would not be charged for shooting Kirby."...

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    Home intruder shot in Texas

    http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/14592016.htm

    The last sentence is a good one: "...police said Johnson would not be charged for shooting Kirby."
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    SCARY SITUATION. Good job for Mr. Johnson. Glad it worked out. I hope there are no repricussions by the BGs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jarhead79
    SCARY SITUATION. Good job for Mr. Johnson. Glad it worked out. I hope there are no repricussions by the BGs.

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    Good for Johnson. They ought to give awards to citizens that defend themselves from predators like this.
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    I think that award would be something that wouldn't be spoken about. Similar to citations received by war heroes. They usually don't want the award and they usually won't talk about them.

    I say, JUST SEND MONEY. Reward vice Award, just a fraction of the tax money that would have been spent supporting this guy in state prison.
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    Middle of the afternoon, two guys go to a specific apartment, armed and force there way in.

    There's a HUGE piece of this puzzle missing. It sure doesn't sound random.

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    Glad he turned out OK. Doesn't sound like there could be any civil case against Johnson; one that would hold water anyway. Hope he fares well mentally.
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    Good for him.

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    aparantly he knew what that was good for him stable condition to bad about that

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    Hmmmmmmmmm

    A number of loose ends here. I think before we go hanging a medal on this guy we ought to see how it turns out.

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    I agree with previous entries. Loose ends are often the real story in this kind of situation. If turns out alright, good on him, but......

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    Got to agree that there are some loose ends to this and doesn't sound like a random breakin. It may be a bit early to be congratulating the guy until we (hopefully) find out more of what was really going on.
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