Home Invasion


arkie45

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Yet another case of self inflicted pain. Here's a link to the 911 recording:

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Fine with me!! Castle Doctrine is really very simple. You kick my door down, you will not leave the house the way you thought you would.
 
A five minute episode makes me wonder if neighbors were watching or even bothered to call 911 themselves.
 
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Once again "To serve and protect" failed to do either in a timely manner. And anti's want everyone to believe that the police are gonna be there for us.
 
Stupid dispatcher should have dispatched a unit at the first sign of trouble, not wait to ask stupid questions, NO ONE would have gotten shot, but sorry he did not kill then bastard. Although he made the perp suffer.
 
My response would be a tad different.
I went through something similar years ago and thankfully, I didn't have to shoot!

I called 911 and explained it as such:

Someone broke in. They are downstairs and this is my address.
I am armed and I need you to send the Police and Medical to this location ASAP.

I was told to stay on the phone to which I replied that I was going down and would meet the officer outside.

I grabbed my .45 and my Mac11 and went out the back.
When the officer arrived, I said that I would go around the front from one direction and he would go the opposite way.
The only other words we exchanged were to not "shoot" each other as we met up at the front door.
We flushed the perp out and right into the arms of the officers arriving back up.

Simple, clean and quick.
 
Stupid dispatcher should have dispatched a unit at the first sign of trouble, not wait to ask stupid questions, NO ONE would have gotten shot, but sorry he did not kill then bastard. Although he made the perp suffer.

As we all know the police are there to investigate and not protect. If they were there to protect me, a car would be stationed outside my home 24/7. They have a firearm to protect themselves not me. I do wonder how many home invasions etal are actually stopped by a call to 911 and a responding police car--I would be surprised if it even approached a double digit %. I would still call and initiate my own defense plan in my home--consisting of a locked bedroom door with my wife and I inside, a call to 911, activation of garage door and car alarms (noise and ID to police of house), and situate myself in a position where I see door but am not in a line of site with my FN5.7 and 12g. If they stay in other areas of house, it is all insured and replaceable---I am insured and not replacebale and do not intend to find out who they are or how good they are. If they try to defeat bedroom door and manage, they will most definitely leave a different way then when they entered my home. I will have the door jam replaced, the carpet replaced and go on with my life without a hint of regret except for the carpet.
 
Guy must have a strong door. Sounds like the same thing that would have went down at my home except I wouldnt have held a discussion with him about getting out of my house.
 
I'm begin to hear a lot of this lately so when have to protect ourself, this is one of the reasons that guns sell have went up along with other reaseons.
 
Once again "To serve and protect" failed to do either in a timely manner. And anti's want everyone to believe that the police are gonna be there for us.

The stupidity is unbelievable. The only way an LEO can protect me is if he sits outside my house 24/7. As the old adage goes, an LEO, by definition is roaming around--maybe even a block away from your house and will arrive at your house in maybe seconds, probably minutes and it could be hours. Your firearm is, or should be, within a second or two of your person. Someone is in your house--do you want to wait for the LEO or defend yourself with a firearm right then and there? Is this so hard to understand? Then again, this whole country has turned into an asylum run by its inmates. Police are there to investigate not to protect. Anyone who thinks differently is an idiot, pure and simple.
 
The statement "To Protect and to Serve" belongs on every responsible gun owners firearm, engraved there for all of time.
I feel bad for the young man and his wife who's home was violated.
May the Lord continue to Bless and Keep Them.
 
Next time you hear someone talk about LEO protection, tell them to point out any LEO within 100'. Have changed a few minds with this statement.
 

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