How Do They Determine If Someone Is Granted Parole?

Another failure of the victim-selection process, and a failure of the parole-granting process as well. Center Hill intruder shot, hospitalized. I don’t think they got it right in this case.

So the typical, bad-guy breaks into home, and finds armed homeowner. Bad-guy gets shot. In this instance there is a twist.

Bias is currently on parole supervision through the Mississippi Department of Corrections following his release in Texas for a burglary conviction. He was wearing an ankle monitor at the time of the incident.

The technological wonder that is the ankle-monitor. Where would we be without it?

The bad guy is in the hospital with gunshot wounds.

Self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.

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Self-defense Is Legal in Mississippi

I suspected that it was. LPD: Sunday shooting appears to be in self-defense.

After interviewing witnesses and examining evidence, Cox said detectives determined the shooting was in self-defense.

The shooter was released after police discussed the incident with the district attorney’s office. Cox said the case will be sent to a grand jury for review.

Self-defense is a human-right.

Just Because You Know Someone, Doesn’t Mean They Can’t Be a Threat

In fact you’re more likely to run into problems with someone you know. DeSoto County man shoots neighbor in self-defense, sheriff’s office says.

Investigators said James Leon Newman, 69, shot his neighbor Lucian “Butch” Angelo, 78, around 3 p.m. after an argument turned into a physical altercation at a home in the 8700 block of Tulane Road.

The guy who got shot died at a local hospital. Police and the DA believe it was self-defense, but the case will be sent to a grand jury to decide if charges will be filed.

Self-defense is a human-right.

A Failure of the Victim-selection Process

What would you do if someone kicked in your door at 1 o’clock in the morning? Sheriff: Man dead in Monroe County home invasion.

He broke in and woke the residents. The homeowner confronted him in the kitchen armed with a shotgun, and told him to lay down on the floor.

Culver complied. The homeowner told Culver that law enforcement was responding, [Sheriff Cecil] Cantrell said.

He says Culver then got off the ground and charged at the homeowner. He says the homeowner shot Culver with the gun.

The guy-who-got-shot was dead when officers arrived. (A shotgun at close range will do that.)

Self-defense is a human-right.

Neighbors Were Shocked

Your Zip Code does not protect you. Not a normal day: Public saw work of law enforcement firsthand while officers searched for shooting suspect that may not have existed.

There was a shooting on the Mississippi University for Women (MUW) and the cops spent the afternoon looking for the shooter – but they later issued a statement saying the gunshot may have been self-inflicted.

This is a long article, and the bit that really caught my attention is almost an afterthought.

Another woman, who worked in a separate office near MUW Police Department and who did not want to be named in The Dispatch, spent the lockdown sitting in her own car parked just off campus, texting a co-worker locked in their office.

“I never thought in this little town it would happen right here on our campus,” she told a Dispatch reporter at the scene.

You are not immune from crime because of where you live. Crime can – and does – happen anywhere. Crime is not something that happens in “other kinds of areas” to “other kinds of people.” You can be a victim. You should plan accordingly.

16-year-old Defends Himself from Hatchet-wielding Relative

You could also file this under, “Don’t bring a hatchet to a gunfight.” Teen allegedly shoots his hatchet wielding uncle in self-defense

There is much in the media/Left about how only people older than 21 should have access to firearms. So what do they think this 16-year-old should have done?

“Yeah, my son defended himself. It could have been the other way around. It could have been my son, I’m the one I’m picking up and having to bury, but it wasn’t.”

The uncle apparently had a history of threatening the family, but even though his threats often included the use of things like machetes, he wasn’t in jail (or the loony bin).

The kid is understandably traumatized. And the case will be presented to a grand jury, but to my untrained, non-lawyer sensibilities, it certainly appears to be justifiable self-defense. Which is a human-right.

He Apparently Didn’t Like the “Ex” Part of Ex-boyfriend

The “How dare you live without me” attitude rarely ends well for anyone. Mississippi man allegedly killed while breaking into ex’s home, family says otherwise | FOX13

He broke into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment through a window. He was shot and killed by her current boyfriend.

Predictably, the family of the dead-guy doesn’t believe any of it. He was a nice guy. He couldn’t fit through a window. Whatever.

Davis’s family said he wasn’t the type to start an altercation. Family members are now demanding to know how many times Davis was shot.

Police told the family Davis entered the apartment through a window, but family members believe he’s a too big to climb through a window.

No charges against the shooter, because self-defense is a human-right.