Family of Thug Who Tried to Rob Man Insists There Was No Need to Kill Him


You may have read a recent story about a man who was standing in his front yard with his mother and another man when three young thugs tried to rob him.

One pulled out a gun and fired, prompting the homeowner to whip out his gun and kill all three thugs.

Now, the family of one of those thugs is saying that the homeowner didn’t need to kill them.

If someone is shooting at you or with someone shooting at you, they have to be prepared to suffer the consequences and your family should not place the blame on the intended victim.

From The Blaze

As the teens — one 15 years old and the other two 16 years old — approached the Conyers home, one resident fired back and hit all three suspects, the sheriff’s office said.

One teen died at the scene, and the other two died at a hospital, officials said, adding that none of the victims of the attempted robbery were injured. No charges have been filed, the sheriff’s office said.

According to WSB-TV, two of the suspects in the 4 a.m. incident were brothers. And following the incident, a group related to one of the suspects gathered near the scene and told the station the teens didn’t deserve to die.

“He didn’t have to kill them,” one female told WSB.

A male in the group added to the station: “That’s not how it’s supposed to go. I understand one shot to stop the people, the victims or whatever — but aggressively to shoot these little teens, that’s … overkill. That’s too much to handle.”

But neighbor Asteria Williams seemed to vouch for the homeowner’s character.

“He’s a nice, caring dude,” she told WSB. “If they would’ve knocked on his door and asked for anything, he would’ve gave to them. He’s a nice dude.”

 

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