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  1. Dcav

    Dcav TGT Addict

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    Thats what i'm talking about, couple guys tried busting down this old mans door cause they thought he was easy picking being in a wheel chair. One of em wont ever do it again.


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  2. Dawico

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    Awesome, a firearm is a great equalizer.
     
  3. DCortez

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    Glad the guy is unharmed. Hope the courts treat him well.
     
  4. Dcav

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    Indeed, I wonder if he is being charged.
     
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    More info from the armed citizen website.

    Wheelchair-bound Marion County man shoots home invader to death
    Eyewitness News talked to a 62-year-old wheelchair-bound man who shot and killed a man who tried to force his way into his home.
    Gary Wroblewski says he was watching television in the Silver Springs Shores neighborhood off County Road 464 late Monday night when someone knocked on his door.
    Wroblewski slightly cracked open the door and found a man claiming he needed help with his broken down car. He says he was immediately suspicious of the man and his story.
    “So I went and got my gun. I held it behind the door and I opened the door,” said Wroblewski.
    Wroblewski says he tried to send the man away and suggested he go to another house or call AAA. He says that is when another man, this one wearing a mask, appeared out of nowhere and forced his door open.
    Wroblewski was knocked out his wheelchair but was able to hold onto his gun and shot the masked invader.
    “I fired three shots,” recalled Wroblewski.
    “Obviously you hit one of them,” said a photojournalist.
    “Yeah, severely,” said Wroblewski.
    Wroblewski says it took him ten minutes to get back into his wheelchair. Once he did, he went to a neighbor’s house and asked them to call 911.
    The Marion County Sheriff’s Office has not released the name of the suspect who was killed. The other suspect got away.
    The sheriff’s office has not said whether the homeowner will face any charges. He is likely protected by Florida’s Castle Doctrine.
     
  6. Dawico

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    I think it was a bad idea talking to the media so soon though. He was right and should not be prosecuted. He should be given a medal.

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  7. claymore504

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    Way to go, Gary!! One less piece of trash on the streets!!!:patriot:
     

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