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Old 05-31-2004, 12:27 PM
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Theft in America is a business for many unfortunately. The only thing that works is something like the "3-strike" laws. Otherwise it never ends.
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Old 05-31-2004, 03:52 PM
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[QUOTE It might also have had something to do that the deputy was able to convey the message that he personally thought I would shoot him if he in fact did break into our home.[/QUOTE]



Just start firing pucks at him when he walks in the door...that...or cross check or spear him...hehehe...maybe pull his jersey over his head and beat him like drum....

As I have said many times before...I HATE THEIVES. Good luck Packin, don't let these punks push you around..protect yourself and your property and use your head.
 
Old 05-31-2004, 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Downtown42
His only defense is if that a$$hole had threatened his life. It does not sound good for the true American.
If you were allowed to kill thieves on your property, there wouldn't be none around after their 1st job attempt.
Texas treats criminals a little differently. If a someone is on your property at night you have the right to use deadly force to protect your property and / or yourself.

We also lead the nation in the death penalty.
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Old 05-31-2004, 07:07 PM
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Wow. On the property huh? Ok, what is the state burgular rate in TX? Is it considerably less than other states? I would bet YES, but only assuming.

Murder rate also less in TX???
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Old 05-31-2004, 08:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve 1
What does the law in Texas have to say about thieves??
Not sure, but maybe "an eye for an eye"...
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Old 05-31-2004, 08:15 PM
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"Texas Enacts Motorhome Gun Rights (HB 284)"

"Law-abiding adults now enjoy the right to treat their motorhomes and travel trailers as their homes with respect to keeping and bearing handguns, knives and clubs. No CHL is required. This is an excellent idea for other states to pursue in the coming session: it advances the civil-right to arms; recognizes the individual right to keep and bear arms; acknowledges self defense; resolves a dangerous risk to the people, families and their children; it's fair; and most important, it is a reasonable common-sense law, an issue the news media always seems concerned about".

"Effected vehicles are treated as your "premises" whether used on a temporary or permanent basis, and includes RVs, and towed vehicles such as a travel trailer, camping trailer, truck camper, motor home, and horse trailer with living quarters". How about a boat that has living quarters on a trailer? How about docked at the local marina in Texas?

Looked it up and thought I would share it. I was a bit surprised at first but can see how you may be vulnerable when on the road in your "traveling residence". The big question is what do you do with your arms when you cross state lines?

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Old 06-01-2004, 12:37 PM
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I'm sure Troutly is a fine "Peace Officer" and great individual personally. I must however disagree with his and other Law Enforcement Officers point of view. 99% of the time when they make a mistake that results in a shooting death, the court system is behind them and and it ends up being ruled justifiable use of deadly force. Meanwhile the average ciitizen never seems to be justified in his or her actions when it involves a firearm. The media also seems to always side with them as well.

People need to bring up their kids knowing full well that they can and will be shot if they choose to tresspass or steal IMO.

In the Socialist Republic of Maryland we have an Attorney General and Legislature that is trying to be the most anti-gun state in the union. Luckily because of a high profile case of two business owners that had waited in the dark for their business to be broken into and killing some intruders being found innocent by jury, they are reluctant to press charges in such cases. But they will continue to try as people tend to forget history. Because the FOP in my state refuses to get behind the citizens and speak out against the ridiculous gun laws and in support of our 2nd amendment rights, I now only give my money to the fire department. And every time the FOP has a pledge drive I tell them so. End of RANT.
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Old 06-01-2004, 01:00 PM
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Andy , that sucks, and when they are caught they have a rap sheet as long as the Deed on my home and yet they are put back in society. We live around criminals every day of our lifes, you never know whom you have next to you at any given time. I`ve been robbed once at gun point and I can say thank god I had cash on me for them to leave and not hurt me. I had a blade behind my neck and a gun pointed at me, I offered my car, my watch etc. as long as they did not hurt or kill me, the two left with about $200.00 cash and left me alive un-hurt. You cant fight a gun and a knife, I have a black belt in Karate and I was scared ****.

Albert

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Old 06-01-2004, 01:51 PM
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Well there it is folks...turn the other cheek.. and grab your ankles













And have prenty of insurance
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:01 PM
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I agree shooting someone For theft is overbored, But I bet alot of people that dissagree with with me do so because they feel that these criminals are not justly punished if caught. I do agree that If people were in fear of thier lives they'd think twice about taking your ****, but that doesn' justify you playing god. Personally I'm more upset and threatened by the fact that there is someone in my home and place of safety without me knowing, than the fact of the theft itself. And that does upset me.my .02
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