Wednesday, July 02, 2008


The unfortunate events that occurred on November 14th of last year sent a grandfather before a grand jury and two Colombians sadly to eternity.

Joe Horn spoke to a 911 dispatcher while he watched his neighbor’s home get ransacked by two illegal aliens. Speaking to the dispatcher, Horn indicated fear and anxiety over the robbery in progress, not knowing when the police were going to arrive to apprehend the felons.

Nearing the end of this nightmare, Horn expressed urgency about the situation, because the burglars were almost ready to escape.
Joe Horn was asked thirteen times not to go outside, but not being one to sit idly by and watch the crime pay off, he grabbed his shotgun and nervously walked outside. His voice can be clearly heard on the 911 tape as he gives a warning: “Move, and you’re dead!”.

The next things heard are three gun blasts and Joe’s voice asking the dispatcher for the squad cars to hurry up and get there, because he downed one of them and the other took off running.

Both of the house thieves died.

Horn said the criminals rushed at him, and this was verified by investigators.
This, however, wasn’t good enough for Civil Rights attorneys, falsely so called.
They, with others, began shouting “Racist!”, because the Colombians had more melanin in their skin than Joe Horn.

Well, welcome to the U.S.S.A! One may not defend his neighbor’s home from burglary without being charged with racism and murder? The two would have made off with two thousand dollars worth of valuables, had this man not stopped them. What if the family was home? They may have been massacred.

The men were part of a local crime ring, it was discovered, so it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch of the imagination to envision these men striking again.

This man has been called a vigilante, but what is that supposed to mean?
Does it mean someone that goes around packing heat, looking for litterbugs to persecute?
If it does, we’ve got a lot of badged vigilantes that are waiting to strike.

The point is, the police weren’t there, but an ordinary citizen was. He did exactly what any law enforcement agent would have done in his place. Think about it.

On the 30th day of June, 2008, a Grand Jury decided not to indict Joe Horn. Huzzah!

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