Texas: Man Fatally Shoots Intruder

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    Maybe he was asking them to pray that he would not get shot on his next Job,somebody apparently wasn't praying hard enough
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    I'm thinking there's enough SD shootings in Houston for someone to set up a profitable survivor counseling service designed for shooters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevew View Post
    He was probably after a bible.
    Look on the bright side. Jesus can forgive him in person.

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    The shooter will be no billed by the grand jury.

    In OK things are a little different: The prosecutor here is not required to take a good shoot to the grand jury. If the family and friends of the late perp are not happy with the prosecutor's decision; they can take up a petition for a grand jury. However, not many folks will sign a petition for a grand jury on behalf of a perp who was killed during a home invasion.

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    Good thing the owner was able to hear and protect himself it could of always been bad if he had not been alert.
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    Jesus. Seems like this is happening in Houston on a daily basis. What a sad sad story. Poor scumbag gets shot dead breaking into someone's home. SNIFF! I pray the homeowner gets over it real quick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dldeuce View Post
    Jesus. Seems like this is happening in Houston on a daily basis. What a sad sad story. Poor scumbag gets shot dead breaking into someone's home. SNIFF! I pray the homeowner gets over it real quick!
    Right back at ya! (northwest Houston)

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    Bet his shotgun was not locked up in a safe away from shells.
    You may not like guns. You may choose not to own one. That is your right.
    You might not believe in God. That is your choice.
    However, if someone breaks into your home at 3AM the first two things you are going to do are:
    1) Call someone with a gun.
    2)Pray they get there in time." - A wise man

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    He needs to bill the BG's family for the three shells he lost, ...
    then sue the BG's "estate" for all the "counseling" he'll need now.

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    At least the scumbag was nice enough to leave the same way he came in......

    Sounds like he joined the church to case the place out for a later pickup. Now he can work on those positive changes he was searching for, but couldn't find in the homeowners house.


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    I don't understand it: They always seem to be good boys/men who were always ready to make those positive changes in their lives, and maybe even turn their baby momas into legal wives, while limiting their burglaries, robberies and romances if not pulling up their pants.

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    I don't know if we need to investigate the churches around here or just have them lock their new members up for a month or two after joining. I am starting to see a connection in these news reports about people joining churches and shortly there after getting shot in other peoples houses.
    Maybe I can get some federal grant money to do a study on that!
    Maybe Jesse Ventura and his crack team of investigators can get to the bottom of it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mic View Post
    Yep, too bad, now the homeowner has demons to deal with
    +1!
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    The Homeowners biggest Demon is going to be wondering when his friends are going to come after me.
    I'll bet he's looking into moving just to feel safe again.
    As safe as you can feel when living in Houston!!!

    I think we should look into creating a law where the BG's assets can be frozen until the Home Owners counseling is paid for.
    Every time there is a fight, or shooting at a school they have Counselors there to help the kids through it.
    Adults are not as resilient as children.


    Victim counseling is a great idea.
    Especially, if the BG’s have to pay for it, since they caused the need.

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