He Suffered a Breakdown of the Victim-selection Process

He thought it might be a good idea to break in to a particular house. He thought wrong. TCSO: Homeowner shoots man during attempted break-in – KJRH.com

So how would you respond to someone trying to break in to your home, when your children were asleep? Remember, you don’t know what this bad-guy has in mind.

Authorities say the 33-year-old suspect was found about 300 yards from the home and the homeowner shot him at least twice.

Cops found multiple firearms outside the home, that they believe belong to the would-be bad-guy. So how many firearms are required for burglary?

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


In Oklahoma it is Make My Day

Also known as the Castile Doctrine. Man deemed justified in fatal shooting of teenager attempting to break into home | KOKH

So how would you react to someone trying to break into your home at 4AM?

When the homeowner opened the door, the 16-year-old miscreant rushed him, with what later proved to be a framing hammer. Luckily the homeowner had armed himself with a shotgun, and fired one shot. The would-be-bad guy was found dead in the driveway.

“Any person who makes a conscious decision to commit this type of crime should take take note that homeowners have the legal right to protect themselves,” Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes said.

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

Convict Someone – even if it isn’t the right person

22 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. Thanks to police who didn’t care about the truth. Lawsuit: Police Used Coercion and Hid Evidence to Wrongfully Convict Seven of Murder

This story from Tulsa, Oklahoma is worthy of shenanigans in Chicago.

[Detective Mike] Huff visited the actual killer, Michael Lee Wilson, one day after the Summers shooting. The cop found Wilson with the murder weapon and getaway vehicle used to kill Summers—yet Huff did not consider Wilson a main suspect.

Actually I don’t know how to interpret this. A homicide detective finds a guy with the murder weapon and the getaway vehicle and he isn’t tagged as a prime suspect. My initial guess is that he is just too lazy to change his theory based on the evidence – or too in love with his theory – to change it.

The Criminal Justice System, whatever else it is, is a system that is concerned about winning and losing and other percentages. It is less interested in justice. (Cops and lawyers don’t have their reviews based on the amount of Justice they’ve been a part of.)

At a 2016 evidentiary hearing, Price was asked whether he ever saw anyone in the vehicle during the drive-by.

“No, I didn’t, which is what I was trying to tell the police all along, you know, and they pretty much coerced us into saying [Scott and Carpenter were in the vehicle]… tell us to say we seen it even if we didn’t see it,” Price testified.

“Heavily prompting” a witness to tell the story you want doesn’t seem like good police work.

The article goes on to detail several cases where evidence was misplaced, witnesses who disagree with the primary theory of a case were ignored (why clutter the issue with facts?) and other examples of a sort of Truth-be-damned approach to getting convictions. Pressure was high to get convictions. (Gotta make the people FEEL safe. Whether or not they actually are is irrelevant.)

“How dare you live without me!” Didn’t work out too well for this guy

They were a relationship. It ended. But he wasn’t willing to leave it there. Man shot to death | The Lawton Constitution

Young-Dever said she was awakened with Stamper standing over her with a handgun pointed to her head and he made threats to kill her. She said she used a gun kept under pillow to defend herself. She said she doesn’t know how he gained entry to the house but that he didn’t have a key and wasn’t supposed to be there.

Cops found him “unresponsive” when they got there. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

The investigation continues.

So how would you respond to someone pointing a gun at you in the middle of the night? I would really like the gun-control groups to tell me how the hell this could have been better.

Self-defense is a human-right.

Self-defense is Legal in Oklahoma

The feelings of the dead-guy’s grandfather notwithstanding, self-defense is legal in the State of Oklahoma. Oklahoma homeowner’s son will not face charges in connection to deadly home invasion | KFOR.com

Three home-invaders are dead, and the female getaway driver is in custody, charged with felony murder and home-invasion.

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – Authorities say a 23-year-old man who shot and killed three intruders who broke into his home last week will not face charges.

Family member of Dead Home-invader Doesn’t Like Self-defense

Because you know he should have been permitted to carry one with his home invasion. Family member of teen burglary suspect killed in Wagoner County break-in speaks out | KTUL

The grandfather of one of the dead home invaders has a lot to say. He gets one thing right. (Oh, and the media doesn’t like armed self-defense either.)

“What these three boys did was stupid,” said Leroy Schumacher.

He doesn’t think that home invaders should be met by armed folks defending themselves. I mean he was “only” armed with brass knuckles. It’s not like a blow to the head could kill you are anything, could it?

Oh, and his dead grandson never got into trouble. (Or is it just that he never got caught?)

And then he goes for the “I believe in the 2nd amendment but…” line of prevarication.

It would be hard to have a more anti-gun article that didn’t sound like an editorial. Media bias against gun owners and self-defense? The Left doesn’t see it.

If you break into homes, you will eventually find an armed resident. The results are likely to be lethal. If you don’t like this, then don’t break into homes.

People Are Still Confused on the Subject of Felony Murder

If you participate in a crime, and someone is killed as a result of that crime, you can be charged with murder. Man kills 3 home burglars; woman who aided robbers arrest

That isn’t true in every state, of course, but in the case of a home invasion in Oklahoma, that is what happened. It appears that the woman was supposed to be the getaway driver for the 3 home invaders. They didn’t get away, but were killed by the homeowner’s son.

Oklahoma law allows a person to be charged with murder if they take part in a crime in which people are killed, even if the person does not take part in the slaying.

The Left will complain, because that’s what they do.