Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Homeowner Shoots And Kills Alleged Intruder

Why do I post articles about goblins dieing as a result of their actions? Because it is important to remember why it is necessary for free citizens to maintain the right to keep and bear arms.

From 7 KLTV

Lindsay Wilcox, Reporting:

A homeowner shoots and kills a man authorities say broke into the family's Bullard home. It happened just after 12:00 p.m. on County Road 150 in Smith County.

The Smith County Sheriff's Department says the owner of Graham Farms came home to find a strange car in his driveway, and the door to his house open. They say Terry Graham shot and killed 34-year-old Hiram J. Chambers, of Tyler, after coming face-to-face with the man. Chambers allegedly reached for something in a bag, and authorities say they later found two loaded weapons.
How different would this story have turned out if the homeowner lived in say.... rural New York, or California?

I have to ask my usual question posed after such encounters. Was this the goblins first rodeo?

Chambers was out of jail on parole for a prior home burglary.
And we receive the usual answer.

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