Saturday, April 30, 2016

Burglar Sues His Victim

Yes, this homeowner shot him. But he was in the process of robbing the man. It was dark, and the homeowner didn't know what the burglar's intentions toward him were. Yes, he was running away. But the homeowner had no way of knowing that. It was dark. Yes, he might have hurt somebody else by shooting down that alley that way. But that's not the concern of the burglar's suit. He says that, since he was running away, the man had no reason to shoot him any more. I Don't know what kind of a judgment the judge will impose, but my point here is that a criminal should have NO standing to sue a homeowner he was robbing for anything he suffered in the process. The laws in this country are way too loose if they allow a CRIMINAL to sue his victim after getting hurt in the process of committing robbing him. And they should be changed, so burglars cannot do such a thing. This is by far not the first time this has happened, but it should be the last. And it's an outrage. (The Blaze)

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