Homeowner arrested after killing one intruder and wounding another (it's complicated)

Homeowner arrested after killing one intruder and wounding another (it's complicated)

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    Homeowner arrested after killing one intruder and wounding another (it's complicated)

    "One Dead, One Wounded After Homeowner Opens Fire"

    No surprise if the DA elects not to proceed if no other illegal activity detected.

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    what the heck is prohibited ammunition in Cali?

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    I feel like there is a very small chance the DA will not proceed. Felon in possession, and prohibited ammo (whatever that is), and the People's Socialist Republic of California... not good.
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    I suspect there's more to this story.
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    In CA, the DA and Cops (aplogies to our more well informed LEO) will automatically cuff the homeowner, under almost all circumstances, regardless. We live in an LEO hostile to us legal firearm owners situation in CA.

    The CA DOJ (I assume randomly almost) goes through all available firearms that we might buy, as well as ammo that might go with it and terrorizes/taxes the manufacture to pay special fees to allow that specific weapon or ammo to be on the CA DOJ's approved list. Updated every year.

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    It appears CA prohibits felons from possessing any ammunition. It is a separate charge from possessing a firearm. Odd wording though.
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    Interesting case, keep us informed as it progresses.

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    Its wrong by all means and makes no sense what so ever on what happened here. Even a felon should have rights when it comes to his/her home and property.... And not allowed to even carry ammunition ? Whats he going to do with it throw it at you?? Lets get real here arnald schwarz. (california)....!!!!! Things like this gets me boiling... Eddie.

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    Its wrong by all means and makes no sense what so ever on what happened here. Even a felon should have rights when it comes to his/her home and property.... And not allowed to even carry ammunition ? Whats he going to do with it throw it at you?? Lets get real here arnald schwarz. (california)....!!!!! Things like this gets me boiling... Eddie

    So based on the limited information of the article a felon should have rights to protect his property? So if this guys felony conviction was for manslaughter and rape of a 12 year old girl and he got out he should be able to possess firearms and ammunition?

    Like someone said there is more to this story.
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    Sounds pretty straightforward on the felon in posession. Not sure on the ammo charge.

    Same as if an intoxicated person defends himself with a firearm. Hes still drunk with a gun.

    But at least hes alive and the bad guys got theirs.
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    You make a good point there tacman605!! But... I believe if anyone was such a harsh felon as you discribed they should never be out here living nx to us, they should be locked up for always... Another part of the law that gets me boiling...

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    Correct, felons cannot even possess ammo. Don't know how this one will go but it sounds like they've thrown the whole book at him to see what will stick, if anything. IMO though, if he wanted rights without consequence, he shouldn't have chosen to be a felon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skysoldier29 View Post
    what the heck is prohibited ammunition in Cali?
    California bans the manufacture, importation, sale, offer for sale, or knowing possession or transportation of handgun ammunition designed primarily to penetrate metal or armor. This ban applies to any ammunition (except a shotgun shell or ammunition primarily designed for use in rifles) that is designed primarily to penetrate a body vest or body shield, either by virtue of its shape, cross-sectional density, or coating, or because it has a projectile or projectile core constructed entirely of tungsten alloys, steel, iron, brass, beryllium copper, or depleted uranium, or any equivalent material of similar density or hardness. KTW ammunition, among others, is subject to this ban.
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    Armorpiercing in short lame... Understood, makes sense on the ammo part.

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    "Officers, the intruders broke into my home, armed with this gun, and when I told them I was calling the police to come and rescue me from their horrible intentions, they both shot themselves.. obviously. I mean, I can't possess a gun or ammo, so that had to be what happened."

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