Gun owner shoots and kills car thief, family of theif believe its a wrongful death

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yeah dudes are weirdos saying stealing a parked car should be a death sentence. I would understand if the person was in the car. We have insurance for a reason. Shooter now catching a gun charge over a 20 year old car smh. When police shoot a shoplifter this board want to be up in arms. hypocritical stupid logic
You break into someone's car or home the owner should have the right to shoot you dead :hubie:
 

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What if instead of shooting he punched the thief , thief hits his head and dies. Are we having the same conversation
 

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What excuse was made? They don’t think their child should die for stealing a car. I think that’s reasonable.
The man was 51 years old with a family at home, and instead of providing for them the legal way he is out here stealing cars from working individuals who need their cars to get to and from work so that they can provide.
 

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The man was 51 years old with a family at home, and instead of providing for them the legal way he is out here stealing cars from working individuals who need their cars to get to and from work so that they can provide.
Those are just the details again. It doesn’t address my questions.
 

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Those are just the details again. It doesn’t address my questions.
I misread your post. I was speaking in general in a lot of these situations. There is always someone in the family and/or circle of friends saying how the victim of a crime didn't have to use deadly force, and they should've just let it slide, or shyt like in the video posted with the chick acting like it was ok what the criminal was doing.
We excuse too much dumb shyt in our community and no one wants to hold people accountable for their actions. Always justifying and sanitizing

here is another example
 
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"You don't shoot someone out in the street over a car."

put this on this guy's headstone

lolololololololololololololololololololololololololololololol. my civic got tracking tech in it. i would actually give them the car then hunt these fakkits down individually at my leisure.
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I misread your post. I was speaking in general in a lot of these situations. There is always someone in the family and/or circle of friends saying how the victim of a crime didn't have to use deadly force, and they should've just let it slide, or shyt like in the video posted with the chick acting like it was ok what the criminal was doing.
We excuse too much dumb shyt in our community and no one wants to hold people accountable for their actions. Always justifying and sanitizing

here is another example

Family and community aren’t mutually exclusive. There’s only a few situations where your family should chastise you publicly, in my opinion. I just can’t be upset that a family is upset that their family member was killed even tho he was in the wrong.
 

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Family and community aren’t mutually exclusive. There’s only a few situations where your family should chastise you publicly, in my opinion. I just can’t be upset that a family is upset that their family member was killed even tho he was in the wrong.
What about the coli wjho cheered for King Von's murderous ways, but cried crodile tears and claimed it was wronng when Lul Tim put him to sleep
 
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