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Mom asks 911 permission to kill intruder
Posted 1/6/12
Well- that is first instincts, couldn't blame the woman.
Posted 1/6/12
I would do the same, not a fan of death though. When it comes to family I will do things to the extreme.
Let just say I would rather keep them in my living room hanged upside-down than dead.
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Posted 1/6/12

PinkGum wrote:

I don't think it matters whether or not she killed an intruder. The guy had it coming. It's not her fault she's trying to protect her baby.


But thats not the problem...the problem is that maybe she went too far in protecting the baby. I mean shooting in the leg for example would have been sufficient,there was no need to kill the burglar.
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Posted 4/20/12
it's part of the risk of breaking into someone's home. they should have thought of that before they tried to steal from her and stuff.
Posted 4/20/12
wow asking for permission.

what a polite thing to do.
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Posted 4/20/12

tsukasa789 wrote:


munchthis wrote:

and its all legal, once some steps one foot into your house without any given permission or consent you can kill them.


What about all those stories where the homeowner was prosecuted for killing an intruder? It is not legal to kill home intruders unless they brandish a weapon.

Unfortunately, that's true. It's the same thing if an intruder is injured while robbing your house, said intruder can sue you. It's like, da fuq, this person trespassed on property and (s)he's suing me for him/her being an idiot? How in the hell does that make sense?
Posted 4/20/12 , edited 4/20/12

mystic17 wrote:

Hmph, interesting.

I'd rather injure them instead of killing them, so they can go to jail. but this is how I feel.


What, so they can possibly come back and do it again to you or someone else? Maybe even kill you in the process next time?

Someone enters my house with intent to vandalize or harm anything in my home, they're automatically dead. You give up your right to life the moment you enter my house if you are, and if you're on my property without permission and I don't know you, you better believe I'm loading a gun.

That and this..


tsukasa789 wrote:

What about all those stories where the homeowner was prosecuted for injuring an intruder?


Altered a bit.

Death>Sue

I'm not getting sued for my right to protection in my own home.



tsukasa789 wrote:
It is not legal to kill home intruders unless they brandish a weapon.


You have to legal right to protect your home. You can't know the intent of the intruder, so why should you wait to see? That's asking for potential harm and/or death.
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Posted 4/20/12
not really. This is America, with the right lawyer they can sue her and prob win. its sad.
Posted 4/20/12

Gilli3ishot wrote:

not really. This is America, with the right lawyer they can sue her and prob win. its sad.


True. Some people sue for stupid things and get away with it. (not meaning the story)
Posted 4/20/12 , edited 4/20/12
A human died here , Do you think to end his life was the right thing ..... Your sick , imagine you were the one breaking in , would you want to be killed? ~~ now that's just wrong...
Posted 4/20/12 , edited 4/20/12

BeelzebubII wrote:

A human died here , Do you think to end his life was the right thing ..... Your sick , imagine you were the one breaking in , would you want to be killed? ~~ now that's just wrong...


It's not our decision if it's right or not, that was the home owner's decision. And I honestly don't care since I wasn't part of the situation.

Secondly, I wouldn't want to be killed, but I wouldn't risk breaking in someone's house to even put myself in that position. You have no right to break into someone's home, you already give up your right to life if you do. A home owner has the right to protect their home, killing the intruder or not.
Posted 4/20/12 , edited 4/20/12

stark700 wrote:

Oklahoma Mother, 18, Kills Intruder Breaking Into Her Home While on Phone With 911

http://gma.yahoo.com/video/news-26797925/oklahoma-mother-18-kills-intruder-breaking-into-her-home-while-on-phone-with-911-27777235.html


911 operator told young mother she could not shoot until man entered her home.


She used a gauge shotgun with loaded bullets. One of the man died the moment he entered the house, the other man later turned himself into the police.

911 dispatcher: I can't tell you that you can do that but you do what you got to do to protect your baby.

Oh and she did what she had to do. What a brave young woman. I bet anyone would of done it if the situation calls.

Justice serves. Remember: most dangerous thing in the world is a mother and her son.

Interesting story I've found recently


Usually, when you are in a situation like this, your heart beats faster than normal and your adrenaline kicks up really high, so your mind may be shaken up a bit and confused so I can understand why the mother would ask permission from the 911 operator to perform the defense action.

Plus, (I don't know if there are any mothers out here reading but please back me up if you may choose), it is a mother's instinct to protect her kin, is it not?

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Also, if I may add that when an individual enters onto a private property without being invited is illegal, especially breaking into a home without having been invited by the owner of the residence is already committing a crime and the owners can shoot.

If I felt my family and I were being threatened, I would not hesitate but quickly find a solution to disarm the intruder at all costs possible. If the solution resulted to killing the intruder then yes. Do I wish to kill? Absolutely not. But I only have one second to save my family from danger and if I hesitated then that hesitation of a second would give the intruder an opportunity to hurt my family or myself.
Posted 4/20/12

AZFox wrote:

It's not our decision if it's right or not, that was the home owner's decision. And I honestly don't care since I wasn't part of the situation.

Secondly, I wouldn't want to be killed, but I wouldn't risk breaking in someone's house to even put myself in that position. You have no right to break into someone's home, you already give up your right to life if you do. A home owner has the right to protect their home, killing the intruder or not.


Well the home owner is sick , she has a shotgun? but not a stun gun? ....and the breaker also did something wrong
But he does not deserve death only because he broke into a house... People kill people... for no reason .....for no reason and still go to prison...
I know it's not my decision ...
and if someone broke into my house i would probably kill him
Posted 4/20/12

BeelzebubII wrote:


AZFox wrote:

It's not our decision if it's right or not, that was the home owner's decision. And I honestly don't care since I wasn't part of the situation.

Secondly, I wouldn't want to be killed, but I wouldn't risk breaking in someone's house to even put myself in that position. You have no right to break into someone's home, you already give up your right to life if you do. A home owner has the right to protect their home, killing the intruder or not.


Well the home owner is sick , she has a shotgun? but not a stun gun? ....and the breaker also did something wrong
But he does not deserve death only because he broke into a house... People kill people... for no reason .....for no reason and still go to prison...
I know it's not my decision ...
and if someone broke into my house i would probably kill him


You think a stun gun is going to save you if you can't get close enough to even use it? Yeah, good luck with that one.

True, just breaking into someone's house should not grant one death, but the home owner DOES NOT KNOW THE INTENT, so why even bother waiting to figure it out when YOU MAY GET KILLED IN THAT TIME.

Yes, people kill people for no reason, but killing someone for breaking into your house is a reason, however weak you may think it to be. The fact remains that you do not know the intent of the intruder. Most cases it's a kill or be killed situation, you do not understand this.

Posted 4/20/12

AZFox wrote:

You think a stun gun is going to save you if you can't get close enough to even use it? Yeah, good luck with that one.

True, just breaking into someone's house should not grant one death, but the home owner DOES NOT KNOW THE INTENT, so why even bother waiting to figure it out when YOU MAY GET KILLED IN THAT TIME.

Yes, people kill people for no reason, but killing someone for breaking into your house is a reason, however weak you may think it to be. The fact remains that you do not know the intent of the intruder. Most cases it's a kill or be killed situation, you do not understand this.


Firstly , You don't get to decide if i understand or if i don't
Secondly , All i am saying is , he does not have to die , the house owner could have easily left the house , with whatever she want's to protect , and she was on the phone with 911 ..........WTF?
Finally If u were related to that person ...... If i am related to that person , the one who died , i would get my revenge , i would kill that woman so horribly , and her whole family .... she created a circle of hate ...
“The only ones who may shoot are those who are prepared to get shot.” , so she has to pay back...
And Yea , a stun gun would knock anyone down , just hide ,wait , and stun the guy , he's as good as dead
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