Shooting an Intruder

Utica34
Level 4

Since: Feb 13

Albany, NY

#22 Mar 7, 2013
Crazy wrote:
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More proof that gun owners are violent sociopaths itching for the opportunity to murder someone.
False
not really

Utica, NY

#23 Mar 7, 2013
Crazy wrote:
<quoted text>More proof that gun owners are violent sociopaths itching for the opportunity to murder someone.
Not sure how you figure? I think they're more worried about their personal safety and have come to the realization that in NY, criminals seem to be afforded more protections than ordinary citizens. This is a case of protecting yourself in the event the DA or someone wants to indict a ham sandwich.
Crazy

Ithaca, NY

#24 Mar 7, 2013
not really wrote:
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Not sure how you figure? I think they're more worried about their personal safety and have come to the realization that in NY, criminals seem to be afforded more protections than ordinary citizens. This is a case of protecting yourself in the event the DA or someone wants to indict a ham sandwich.
I don't think that normal, well adjusted people plan the elaborate details of what they would do with a body if they killed a man in their home.
ten percenter

Buffalo, NY

#25 Mar 7, 2013
Thats not a true statement poster #21. I live in Barneveld and I have a wife and daughter that still live with me. Trooper barracks are 10 miles away, my shotgun in under my bed. Someone comes into my house without knocking Im going defend myself and family first, call the troopers second.
not really

Utica, NY

#26 Mar 7, 2013
ten percenter wrote:
Thats not a true statement poster #21. I live in Barneveld and I have a wife and daughter that still live with me. Trooper barracks are 10 miles away, my shotgun in under my bed. Someone comes into my house without knocking Im going defend myself and family first, call the troopers second.
Is there any logical reason for an intruder to be in one's house? Is it that bad in NY where you have to ask the intruder to declare their intentions? I guess the simple answer is a vague warning sign that states: enter at your own risk. Then again some shady defense lawyer will try to prove that his/her client couldn't read and therefore wouldn't have known otherwise that committing a home invasion could potentially result in death.... All assuming you didn't kill the SOB in an effort to prevent their testimony. Lol what a world we live in?

Utica34
Level 4

Since: Feb 13

Albany, NY

#27 Mar 7, 2013
not really wrote:
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Is there any logical reason for an intruder to be in one's house? Is it that bad in NY where you have to ask the intruder to declare their intentions? I guess the simple answer is a vague warning sign that states: enter at your own risk. Then again some shady defense lawyer will try to prove that his/her client couldn't read and therefore wouldn't have known otherwise that committing a home invasion could potentially result in death.... All assuming you didn't kill the SOB in an effort to prevent their testimony. Lol what a world we live in?
You're right. If you're a gun owner and you use your gun to defend yourself you better shoot to kill. If you only wound the suspect the gun owner will come under as much interrogation and scrutiny as the intruder. Best just to have the criminals testimony "not available". Fricking state.
Della

United States

#28 Mar 7, 2013
not really wrote:
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Is there any logical reason for an intruder to be in one's house? Is it that bad in NY where you have to ask the intruder to declare their intentions? I guess the simple answer is a vague warning sign that states: enter at your own risk. Then again some shady defense lawyer will try to prove that his/her client couldn't read and therefore wouldn't have known otherwise that committing a home invasion could potentially result in death.... All assuming you didn't kill the SOB in an effort to prevent their testimony. Lol what a world we live in?
Why don't you ask the guy in Old Forge who shot his kid over the summer if "shoot first ask questions later" is a good philosophy.
apples not oranges

New York Mills, NY

#29 Mar 7, 2013
Della wrote:
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Why don't you ask the guy in Old Forge who shot his kid over the summer if "shoot first ask questions later" is a good philosophy.
Entirely different fact pattern that can't be compared to a home invasion. Alcohol was involved by all parties.
Della

United States

#30 Mar 7, 2013
apples not oranges wrote:
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Entirely different fact pattern that can't be compared to a home invasion. Alcohol was involved by all parties.
I am sure you all lock your guns up while you are intoxicated to prevent you from getting to them?

Also, drunk people never try to get into "their" house and end up breaking into the neighbours. Better to murder them just in case.
Jesse Miller

Utica, NY

#31 Mar 9, 2013
Governor Andy wrote:
1) Shoot to kill...
2) if successful, have some large plastic tarps ready to wrap the corpse in...
3) deliver the corpse to a hog farm...
4) the hogs might not devour the skull.. so have a sledgehammer and angle grinder on standby for elimination of teeth (to foil the dental records)
Always have plastic tarps ready, they are available at family dollar for $5 to $7. Burying bodies in the style of Goodfellows or Deliverance might also work. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT leave corpses unburied in the open air... Utica has enough crows...
Wow! I could have ended up like that, but thankfully I just ended up getting my face sledgehammered!!
hank hill

Ballwin, MO

#32 Mar 9, 2013
not really wrote:
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Is there any logical reason for an intruder to be in one's house? Is it that bad in NY where you have to ask the intruder to declare their intentions? I guess the simple answer is a vague warning sign that states: enter at your own risk. Then again some shady defense lawyer will try to prove that his/her client couldn't read and therefore wouldn't have known otherwise that committing a home invasion could potentially result in death.... All assuming you didn't kill the SOB in an effort to prevent their testimony. Lol what a world we live in?
No, theres no logical reason for anyone to be in anyone else house unwelcomed, but its not regular law abiding citizens doing such and criminals aren't really logical creatures or theyd get a job and buy their own stuff rather than taking someone elses.
Well Well Well

Whitesboro, NY

#33 Mar 9, 2013
People, no need to hold fire and no need for plastic tarps.

Shoot the intruder dead. Get a garden variety type garbage bag, lay it beside the body. Grab a few items of value, take them over to the body. Manipulate the dead intruder's hands to get his fingerprints on each item. Place each item into the garbage bag. Call 911.
bad azz kneegaaz

Oneida, NY

#34 Mar 9, 2013
yo yo wooo wooo wait o minite.... u mutha f@#kers wanna shhotz some onez? who da hell u think u r?
like u cant do dat
u cant kill anybody and claim it waz just?
dats why dayz should take away all gunz its yer bigot attitude..
like ifn i wanna go into yer house what ever u see and do wateva i want like rob or rape u itz my rite not ures.
u gotz it all wrong to committ murder.
its our religion and CULTURE baby and weez gotz rites.
what da hell is wrong wit u people?
ware da hill is ur heart?
your da reason y u dont an shouldnt have gunz ta beginz wit.
bad azz kneegaaz

Oneida, NY

#35 Mar 9, 2013
diz tread proves u pscho nutz wanna committ murder
u all sic an dire need o help

KY WELLER
Level 9

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#36 Mar 9, 2013
If they get by the dogs,they will be eating lead.
bad azz kneegaaz

Oneida, NY

#37 Mar 9, 2013
lol yo like u noze u sound like u ate 2 many old lead paint chips already. rofl

u no juzz sayzzin

“I'm Always Around ”

Level 7

Since: Jan 13

Ithaca, NY

#38 Mar 9, 2013
The wife and I BOTH go to the range a couple times a year. No sense owning a gun and having the other 1/2 not be able to use it. Like Weller said, if the dogs don't scare them away they'll wish they broke into some other place.
Crazy

Ithaca, NY

#39 Mar 10, 2013
Only in America could your television be worth murdering another human being over.

“I'm Always Around ”

Level 7

Since: Jan 13

Ithaca, NY

#40 Mar 10, 2013
After reading these comments I feel America is losing site of the 2nd amendment. To the comment above me. You're damn right, if someone enters my home with intent to cause me harm, they're getting it if I'm so able.
hank hill

Hales Corners, WI

#41 Mar 10, 2013
Titanium22 wrote:
After reading these comments I feel America is losing site of the 2nd amendment. To the comment above me. You're damn right, if someone enters my home with intent to cause me harm, they're getting it if I'm so able.
thats right, you gotta get them before they get you...and all of your stuff!

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