Media treats self defense case rather strangely
Howard Nemerov has the story. Four home invaders (three of them waving pistols) are engaged by a resident of the home. And the story winds up spun as the resident shot teens, schools summon grief counselors for friends of the thugs, and, horror of horrors, the Castle Doctrine may come into play.
What's so strange about the way the media is portraying this? Seems like their normal MO to me.
Posted by: Byron dickens at September 9, 2009 05:59 AM
Can the survivors (the home invaders, not the residents) be charged with murder in Texas for this? I some states they can.
Posted by: Chris (Mainsail) at September 9, 2009 06:44 PM