Armed Citizen Corner Video: Home Invasions On the Rise In the Deep South

From the Description:

Peachtree Corners, Ga. – Gwinnett County police are now releasing video from a home invasion  at the 3500 block of Spring Drive that happened around 4 a.m. on Sept. 16th.

The Homeowner can be seen charging at the men and opening fire, ultimately hitting and killing one. The deceased was later identified as 28-year-old Antonio Leeks.

The video shows that all three suspects were armed and because they are not wearing masks officials are hoping someone recognizes the remaining two who are currently still at large.

Another Home Invasion with an identical MO and outcome occurred in Choctaw, County Mississippi Thursday night.

If there is one assured fact in life, it is this:

Most Rural Southerners are Salt of the Earth folks. They will go out of their way to help you. But make no mistake, they are  HEAVILY ARMED and will defend their lives and property to the last bullet. Choosing to break into their homes therefore  is one of the most dumb-ass things you could ever do!

Needless to say there seems to be a rash of Home Invasions in Rural areas all across the Deep South right now and if you live in any of these area, the time to prepare was yesterday.

Short List:

  • Keep ALL your DOORS Locked at ALL TIMES. Regardless of what time it is, day or night.
  • Reinforce your Doors to withstand a “kick-in” type attack
  • Installing an Alarm System and CCTV Cameras is never a bad ideal, however, NEVER rely on an alarm system to Notify and/or “Protect” You (I say this because of how many “Urban Sheeple” believe this!)
  • Although Irwin suggest Keeping weapons “concealed” near entrances/exits in your home, for some folks due to having kids in the house, this is not an option. Best option here is to stay armed 24/7 and have ability to keep a weapon close while you sleep.

Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!

 

 

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