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Woman Kills Punk Robbing Her Home – The Response Of The Punk’s Family Is Mind-blowing

So far, no charges are filed against her, but the perp’s family sure can run their mouths.

Ok.

Let’s back up.

Homeowner has had break-ins in the past, so she set up a security system. She got an alert that her system had been tripped. So she called the cops and rushed home.

She got there first.

She encountered a burglar on her property (just leaving). There was a confrontation. One shot was fired.

Perp left the scene in a bag. Pretty straightforward, right? Wrong.

You see, we just ‘don’t understand’ the bright future 17-year-old Trayvon (yes, that was his name) had in front of him. He was big on education dontcha know? He was going to college.

The homeowner ‘obviously’ had no reason to kill such a scholar and a gentleman! Except that she found herself in a confrontation with an unknown threat that obviously thought so little of her personal rights that he was willing to rob her house. But, you know, other than that

A Florida Woman shot a teenage intruder who was robbing her home… The response by the family is a little mind blowing.What are your thoughts?Join the Community here –> https://www.rtba.co/join-the-community.https://www.facebook.com/rtba.co.H/T CBS Miami

Posted by The Right To Bear Arms on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Here’s the family talking about it.

“I don’t care if she have her gun license or her rights or all that, that’s going way beyond the law… way beyond.”

Which law is that, exactly?

Breaking and entering? No, missy, HE was the one that went ‘beyond the law’. It’s a risk you take when you bust into someone’s house.

“He was not supposed to die like this. He had a future ahead of him. Treyvon had goals. He was a very funny guy, he was very big on education. He loved going to school, he loved learning.”

Maybe he could have studied, you know, LAW, and how to OBEY it. That would have saved his miserable life.

“You have to understand. You have to look at it from every child’s point of view that was raised in the hood. How he gonna get his money to have clothes and go to school?”

Yeah, really. How, indeed? A tragic tale straight out of Dickens.

I mean, look at the rags practically hanging off this poor beggar’s back. What’s a boy supposed to do? This entitlement attitude needs to change.

It’s literally getting people killed.

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