Robber Shot Dead after Pulling Knife on Second Amendment Patriot
Thug attacks homeowner in his driveway, but 'victim' is armed and ends robbery
Another would-be robber has been put out of his misery after attempting to take a knife to a gunfight.
A homeowner in Compton, California, is thankfully alive and well today after he exercised his God-given Second Amendment right to arm and defend himself.
The same can't be said for his knife-wielding attacker, however.
The homeowner exited his residence near the 1500 block of West 156th Street around 6:15 a.m. Tuesday.
As he was entering his vehicle in the driveway, a knife-wielding individual approached him.
Authorities have not revealed any names but described the thug as a Hispanic male in his 30s.
The crook then confronted the homeowner in an apparent robbery attempt, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's office said.
It didn't end well for him.
Luckily, the homeowner was armed with a gun, so the criminal's knife stood little chance.
This apparently didn't deter the robber who still beleived he was in control.
For any patriot who knows their 2A rights, it's clear that the homeowner is now in a position to defend himself with force.
The sheriff's office said the homeowner fired at the attacker.
Deputies said they found the knife-wielding man suffering from several gunshot wounds to the upper torso upon their arrival at the scene.
The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene.
The name of the deceased man was withheld, pending notification of his relatives, KNBC-TV reported.
Authorities said the knife in question and the homeowner's gun were both recovered at the scene.
The homeowner was cooperative, and homicide investigators were questioning him, authorities added.
KCBS-TV said it’s unclear whether the homeowner will face any charges.