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Some blacks want to make every issue about the “white man” mistreating the “black man.” In some cases, a Black or Latino can be breaking the law and you see some advocate on television who says it is about pure racism. Joe Horn is a Texasman who shot two black Latinos as they were breaking in to his neighbor’s home. The key piece of information here is that the two criminals were breaking into a home. Mr. Horn called 911 and shot the intruders. What did the media do? They screamed bloody murder for the burglars.
It flies in the face of reason that there are so many blacks, latinos, and white liberals who take pride in defending criminals. They went so far as to say that the only reason that Mr. Horn shot the burglars was because of their skin color. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe they were breaking in to someone’s house! The last time I checked it, was against the law in all fifty states to enter someone’s home unless you have been invited. I don’t care if you are the grand wizard of the KKK; no one has the right to break in to your home.
Anyone who is so bold that they will enter your home and take your property needs only one gift: a one-way ticket to the resurrection. You would need to be out of your mind to break in to someone’s house in the first place. And you must have the intent to harm the homeowner if he or she happens to discover your presence. You think you don’t need to work and can take what you want because, well, they have something you want.
If Mr. Miguel Antonio DeJesus, thirty-eight, and Diego Ortiz, thirty, had not been breaking in a home, they would be alive today. Quanell X, a black Houston activist, said, ([i]) “Mr. Horn had no moral right, no legal right, to confront these suspects after being told nine times by the 911 dispatcher not to do so.” The criminals had a moral right not to break into the home. The criminals had no legal right to be in the home without being invited. I really can’t relate to people who try to justify or defend this unscrupulous type of action. If my neighbor sees someone breaking in to my home, I would like him to shoot first and ask questions later. If you don’t like being shot, stop breaking the law.
I would like to ask Mr. Quanell how would he feel if a white man was breaking in to his house and a black neighbor shot him. Would he feel the same way about getting justice? What I have found too often with blacks, whites, and any other race is that when you make particular incidents about them. If you press the individual and ask what they would do in the same circumstance, you will see common sense take over. It is quite easy to talk about what you would do when you are not confronted with a life or death situation.
The non-thinker or arrogant person will never put themselves in another person’s state of affairs. In other words, if they were put in Mr. Horn’s position, would they want to be harassed for protecting their neighbor’s property? I don’t know why we need to pretend we are upset that criminals were killed while they were breaking the law.