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Thread: Teen Intruder Shot Dead in Dallas

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    Very nice... Hopefully criminals watch the news...



    http://www.myfoxdfw.com/myfox/pages/...Y&pageId=1.1.1


    "DALLAS -- A 17-year-old burglary suspect ended up shot to death late Wednesday morning when he confronted a man with a gun in an east Oak Cliff home

    Dallas police say Gabriel Flores allegedly kicked in the door of a home in the 300 block of Hobson St. He was still inside when the 51-year-old son of the elderly homeowners came by to drop off a newspaper.

    The son, who has a concealed handgun license and was carrying his weapon, confronted Flores. Police say Flores drew his own weapon and fired at the son as he fled the house. The son returned fire and struck Flores once.

    Flores died later at the hospital. The case will be referred to a grand jury. The homeowners were not at home during the shooting, and no one else was hurt."

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    Hopefully tax dollars aren't used on another memorial for a criminal.

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    One for the good guy.

    +1

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    One less parasite, too bad he probably ruined a carpet with biohazard, but it's a small price to pay for getting rid of a scumbag.
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    +1 for the good guys. That is one less criminal we have to worry about.

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    +1 x 10 :celebrate

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    Does anyone know that name of this homeowner so that we can help pay for his legal defense? It says on the news website that his case was being referred to the "grand jury". Thanks.

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    drjoker wrote:
    Does anyone know that name of this homeowner so that we can help pay for his legal defense? It says on the news website that his case was being referred to the "grand jury". Thanks.
    That's not necessarily a bad thing. It is being referred to the grand jury, but it will most likely be returned as a "no bill" finding him not-guilty.

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    ...the "no-bill" by the grand jury will give legal decision that he has acted within the law...and prevent any civil suits being filed in connection with the incident under the new Castle Doctrine....it's a good thing....just not being charged by police doesn't give him that protection...

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