A Wesley Chapel, Florida, homeowner shot and killed two out of three home invasion suspects Friday morning. 
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Were they in his house uninvited? Then they are not suspects...they are criminals.

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2 of 3 Undocumented open-house joggers killed in #WesleyChapel #Florida by homeowners. They will coincidentally cast their Mail-In Ballots for #Biden

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Sad that one of them survived. Because he'll sue the homeowner for sure.

Dead men file no lawsuits.

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I love stories with happy endings.

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When the video game becomes real and you literally are in the mood for killing bad guys.

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Kneebro's; what a surprise. I wonder if the lying, fake msm will make these scum bags out to be hero's?

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Don't be sad. Two out of three ain't bad.

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Next time kill the third one too.

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Make friends with pig farmers.

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In France, if you kill or hurt someone who is in your house without your consent, it is up to the prosecution to prove that you had absolutely no reason to suspect that your life or health was in danger. They call it presumption of innocence, and it is over and above the normal "deemed innocent until proven guilty" rule.


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2020-29-Su 07:29:52 am

In France, if you kill or hurt someone who is in your house without your consent, it is up to the intruder to prove that you had absolutely no reason to suspect that your life or health was in danger. They call it presumption of innocence, and it is over and above the normal "deemed innocent until proven guilty" rule.

2020-30-Su 07:30:05 am

In France, if you kill or hurt someone who is in your house without your consent, it is up to the prosection to prove that you had absolutely no reason to suspect that your life or health was in danger. They call it presumption of innocence, and it is over and above the normal "deemed innocent until proven guilty" rule.

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