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3 Robbers Shove Homeowner In Closet, Where He Kept His Guns

3 Robbers Shove Homeowner In Closet, Where He Kept His Guns


http://youtu.be/DKi-3GnQG-0

Another pro-Second Amendment story the national media dare not touch

Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com
May 17, 2013

In yet another pro-Second Amendment story that the national media dare not touch, a homeowner in Sharpstown, Houston was assaulted by three robbers who broke into his house and shut him in a closet – unaware that the closet was where he kept his guns.

With the homeowner thinking the three men had left, he exited the closet armed and proceeded to walk downstairs, before confronting one of the burglars and exchanging shots.

The homeowner was unharmed but the wounded robber stumbled outside and collapsed onto the floor, where he was watched by Neighbor Craig Gaddis who had heard the gunfire. The other two men fled the scene.

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Overweight

The police officials in this vid are (average) amazingly overweight. Is that typical of the police in US? (Asking from northern european country).

Stress

We know that stress causes weight gain. Ever since the drug war began, and the reputation of "peace" officers suffered with it, they've been under stress, and literally been at war.

Toxins in our food also put stress on the body. Most of our farming is industrialized and plants genetically modified to withstand herbicides and pests. If a pest finds something undigestible, it seems reasonable that a person might have trouble with it. The body often stores toxins to get them out of circulation.

Additionally, due to the income tax, the tariff on sugar cane, and subsidies for corn in the U.S., we've been consuming way too much corn and corn syrup, also since about the late 1970's. Corn, as any farmer will tell you, is what you feed cattle, horses, and pigs to make them fat. It works on people, too.

Add that to busy working parents having to support the wars around the world via taxes, preparing meals from scratch at home is a luxury few have the time to afford, and with budgets cut, police often work over-time, which means many fast-food meals.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

Heck i would of shot all 3 terrorist in the head!

i have kids!

Shoot Them in the Back?

That's easy to say, but perhaps a parent might want to set an example of using only the minimum violence necessary, rather than teach that fear justifies vengence--since presumably you would have shot the two who fled in the back.

If a police officer did that, we'd be calling for criminal charges. I know they do it on TV, but in the real world, fleeing is not justification for using a firearm.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

From Closet Captive To Superman

The dump sh*t move of all time..

lol..

Alright, we all know most of

Alright, we all know most of you who see this are laughing at how this happened. Talk about karma.

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.