I’m sure the Bloomberg disciple, Mayor Nutter, will be honoring this brave man for defending his family from two armed intruders that would have likely killed him and his two sons while robbing them. He heard his son scream, grabbed his gun, got hit in the mouth with the gun of one of the scumbags and then blew one of them away. Meanwhile, when seconds count the 2nd responders of the Phila police department were only minutes away, if someone were to call them. Diane Feinstein and the rest of the liberal do-gooders think this guy should have cowered before these punks and let them steal his life savings. They think guns are dangerous. They think the country will be safer if only the scumbags have the guns and we should rely upon our donut eating union drone police force to protect us. How would that have worked out for Lee Hang and his two boys? Rachel Madow and Chris “tingle leg” Matthews won’t be reporting on this story tonight. It doesn’t fit their storyline.
Homeowner Scuffles With, Shoots and Kills Home Intruder on Easter Morning
The Easter morning incident unfolded as Heng and his two children were sleeping. The two suspects apparently scaled the building’s wall and entered a second-story bathroom window. Here’s how NBC News recaps the incident:
Heng was sleeping when he heard his 14-year-old son screaming. Realizing his son was in danger, Heng immediately took action.
“I jumped out of the bed and I grabbed my gun,” said Heng.
Police say the armed intruders confronted Heng and a struggle ensued. During the scuffle, Heng opened fire and the men left the house through the window and onto the rear roof, according to police.
Heng said that one doesn’t have much time to process before taking action in dangerous situations like the one he found himself in this weekend.
“You don’t have time to think,” he told NBC. “They came like lightning.”
Police are looking for this second suspect, who is said to be of medium build and who was last seen wearing black. The identity of the suspect who was killed has not yet been released.
The homeowner told police that he recognized the men from the neighborhood and that they were potentially robbing the jewelry store he runs on the first floor of his house.
Heng likely won’t be charged, as the gun was used inside the home and he was protecting his family.