GUN Home Invasion 911 Tapes released

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  1. P-chan

    P-chan New Member

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    http://www.wset.com/news/stories/0409/613305.html

    Good turnout, I guess, but what's up with the 911 operator telling the homeowner to put down the gun? :confused:

    I wouldn't put down my gun until I saw an LEO. :dunno:
     
  2. Bloody Sunday

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    probably in preparation for the the coppers to get there.

    but when i read "vietnam 1969" I thought it was a joke.

    then I thought of RadicusLAG :rofl:
     
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    Listened to that earlier. Pretty scary.
     
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    Wife should have said "hey, how about I give the phone to the intruder and YOU can tell him to put the chair down!"
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    husband (barely audible): I AIN'T PUTTING MY GUN DOWN!
     
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  8. PC Principle

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    I am wondering where the people are in our hill city that believe LIFE is important! I understand that what he did was his right but they had enough time to call the police then remember to go and get his gun. Why didn't they get the family and the gun and go to another room like the basement! And then if he comes after you then you shoot, they had already called the police give them time to get there!

    How bout this if the man is in your house you go out the other door! Hello if he is inside that means he isn't outside but the police very well could be!
    I am not saying that he did anything wrong im just saying that the gun is meant for protection as an only means or last resort. Gun owners should be made to take gun education courses...Not learn just to shoot, but learn how not to!

     
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    In the trenches yo.
     
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    Google "castle doctrine".
     
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    :hsugh: or crazy people should have to take courses on not going on other, unknown, peoples property and breaking shit. It was his property, why in the fuck should he do anything or value a $25 chair over some sack of shit?
     
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    nice police arrival time
     
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    isnt talking to the 911 operator essentially like talking to the police? well, i guess it's not hearsay, but things can be misconstrued in court.
     

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