Homeowner’s son shoots, kills burglary suspect in Van Zandt County

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  • Mic

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    Looks like some bad decisions by the homeowner (we always say this and the fact that the guy had his rifle taken away by the "bad guy" proves it), but fortunately everything worked out. Good job by the son protecting his pap.
     

    karlac

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    While I do sympathize with the family of the deceased for losing a son/relative, it's a damned shame he was never taught that there are some people you just don't want to **** with.
     

    tango5seven

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    Reading the comments by the 2 families it sounds like there may be more violence in the future.

    Can you say Hatfields and Mccoys?


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    stdreb27

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    I think this one will be interesting. The dad was in the kids car. With the kid pointing a gun at him.

    Then the son shot the kid. Wouldn't the dad be breaking and entering the kid's car?
     

    Dredens

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    I think this one will be interesting. The dad was in the kids car. With the kid pointing a gun at him.

    Then the son shot the kid. Wouldn't the dad be breaking and entering the kid's car?

    I think the fact that the father was attempting to stop the criminal from fleeing the scene of the crime will weigh in the father's favor (then again I'm no lawyer).
     
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