Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Crossett, Sep 5, 2009.
Just saw the story on the news. What that article doesn't say is that a couple of those kids had BB guns and one had a pistol.
I'm luling right now.
That town fucking stinks, way too many oil wells.
i dont know why people try home invasions in texas
My guess is they are recent immigrants of the undocumented kind.
seriously. with the amount of pro-gun believers there, you have to be extremely desparate or mildly retarded to break into a home there. Thats just asking to get shot
they were highschool kids
i pulled a gun on some kids tryin to steal the wheels off my car one night, i wasnt about to shoot some highschooler in the back over some cheap honda wheels though, they ran faster than ive ever seen anyone run before
and wouldn't the 4th surviving teen of the home invasion be charged with the other 3's deaths?
There's more to the story. One of the guys that lives in the house was on TV saying about how they have an "open door policy" and that everyone understood that they were "cool". What ever the fuck that means. They knew the kids who broke in. There was a neighbor who was talking about one of the guy's gun collection too. Said everything was in display cases and that there were a lot of old guns dating back to the 1800's.
He's in jail. I forgot what they charged him with, but it was a felony.
what the fuck? did they WANT someone to break in just so they could shoot them?
i remember there was a story one in the bay area about these three teens who broke into some dudes house and beat his sons head in with a baseball bat.
the dad shot at them, wounded 1 and killed the other 2. his son ended up being in a coma.
apparently the wounded teen was charged with not only the break in and aggravated assault, but the murder of the other two.
I defer to Hoss.
I can totally see manslaughter, murder seems kinda harsh though
reading the comments
I don't know either.
scary shit. i had an invitation to a ranch in luling and i declined.
its only scary if you like to break into people's homes