This one is from 2019, but it’s still a classic. Don’t don a mask, grab a gun and try to pull a home invasion armed robbery at 4am and you might not get killed. But that’s not what the families of three dead perps have learned from the deaths of their kin. A hard-working homeowner lit up the trio of aspiring thugs in an extended exchange of gunfire in recent days. And he killed them all.
What makes the story one of those exceptional reports has to do with the comments of the perps’ kin.
“That’s not how it’s supposed to go.”
“…but aggressively to shoot these little teens, that’s, that’s overkill.”
“He didn’t have to kill them,”
“I just want justice.”
The mainstream media is wringing its hands over the death of three young men who tried to commit a home invasion at 4am in Conyers, GA. Especially since the homeowner was a black man, just like the three perps.
The bad guys snuck up under the cover of darkness at 4a.m. They came with masks and guns and when they didn’t get what they wanted right away, they started shooting.
One of their intended victims returned the favor with a level of resistance the teens seemed utterly unprepared to encounter.
And after these thugs got shot dead for making an extensive serious of felony stupid decisions, here comes the family saying how they “want justice.”
Well, folks, justice was a meal served cold to these teen men.
Here’s a TV report:
CBS is covering this nationally as well.
After a homeowner shot and killed three masked teens who fired at him during an armed robbery, relatives of one suspect where quick to speak to reporters — even before the teens’ names were released. The family had questions, as well as plenty to say about “these little teens” who lost their lives.
Three teens — eventually identified as Isaiah Reid, Jaime Hernandez, and Brandon Gresham, according to WMAZ — lost their lives when they donned masks and fired at a homeowner during an attempted robbery. While most can understand why a homeowner would return fire after a group of masked young men shot at him, relatives of the boys were quick to come forward to say “these little teens” didn’t deserve it.
According to the Rockdale County Sheriff’s office, the two 16-year-olds and a 15-year-old, wearing masks, attempted to rob three residents in the front yard of a Conyers, Georgia home at 4 am on a Monday morning. After approaching the home on White Oak Court, one of the teens brandished and fired a handgun. A resident returned fire, hitting all three suspects. None of the victims of the attempted robbery were injured, but all three teens died — one at the scene and the other two at a local hospital.