911 Call Released From Self-defense Incident April 22nd

The 911 call from an armed self-defense incident. LISTEN: 911 call audio from homeowner who shot & killed burglar released.

Police say that the homeowner has been cleared by Detectives and will not face any charges for the shooting death of the 29-year old suspect who had broken into his home.

Below is audio of the actual 911 call (WARNING: some of the call contains disturbing audio content) made by the homeowner as he hid in the closet in his bedroom waiting for Deputies to arrive:

It is 12 minutes of audio. That is a long time to wait. Good thing that calling 911 wasn’t the only thing he was prepared to do. My original coverage of the story is at this link.


Even In Deep Blue Seattle, Self-defense Works

If you break into homes, you will eventually find an armed homeowner, even if you limit yourself to deep blue, gun-hating regions. Homeowner fatally shoots suspected burglar.

The homeowner called 911 to report that he heard breaking glass downstairs and believed several people were inside his home.

A short time later, while the homeowner was still on the phone with 911 and trying to hide, he fired several gunshots and killed an intruder near the bedroom.

Cops don’t believe there was more than one person.

Self-defense is a human-right.

Cooperation With Violent Criminals Doesn’t Guarantee Safety

The gun-hating-Left is always going on about how if you just cooperate, the bad guys will leave you alone. (They never, ever want to talk about rape when that subject comes up.) Do you recognize the robber who pistol-whipped and shot a Midland-area clerk?.

Held at gunpoint, the clerk opened the cash register and the robber took fistfuls of cash.

He then shot the clerk, grabbed more money and ran.

He cooperated and he got shot anyway.

Now maybe there was nothing he could have done. Being armed in your own self-defense is also not a guarantee. “There are no guarantees in this life save for death and next winter’s snow.” But meekly cooperating didn’t do much.

Violent criminals do not stop being violent criminals because of anything you are or are not doing.

Prosecutors Hate Self-defense

JusticeThis attorney held a guy in jail for 14 months for defending himself, and then dropped the charges. Murder Charges Dropped in Longbranch Shootings.

He was attacked by the sister and brother-in-law of his girlfriend. She had a sledgehammer, he was shooting his truck. He shot both of them.

Given the darkness, the speed of events, Beth’s aggressive focus on Mason, and the fact that Mason was in the car when she was disarmed while Lukas was firing his weapon, the prosecutor’s office concluded it could not show beyond a reasonable doubt that Mason was unaware Beth was unarmed at the time he shot her.

There are more details than I can relate here. Click thru if you’re interested.

As someone keeps reminding me, the process is the punishment. This guy was guilty of no crime. Yet after 14 months, he probably lost his job, his home, his friends,…

Self-defense is a human-right, even if the lawyers hate that.

Don’t Bring a Fake Gun to a (Real) Gunfight

Things won’t turn out well for you. Man shot after pulling fake gun on armed seller during iPhone buy.

You know, if you are going to sell your used smartphone, try Gazelle, or at least meet in from of the police station. It’s less likely bad people will try bad things if cops are around.

So, the two men agreed to go to the BECU bank at 112th St. SW and Evergreen Way. There, the man who was supposed to buy the phone attempted to pull a fake gun on the seller, but that seller drew a real gun and shot the intended buyer several times, according to Everett Police.

The would-be bad-guy was rushed to a local hospital.

“Right now it appears, but we don’t know yet,” Lt. Ryan Dalberg said. “We have a lot of work to do. And the investigation team is still working.”

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

He Suffered a Failure of the Victim-selection Process

Even the media agrees… Sequim burglary suspect held at gunpoint by homeowner until deputies arrive.

A burglar picked the wrong house to try and steal from out on the Olympic Peninsula Tuesday.

Burglar alarms summoned both the police and the owner of the property. The property owner got there first and was armed. He held the miscreant until cops arrived at gunpoint. The cops took him to the county lockup.

Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.