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Burglar Shot After Following Victim Into House — How Dare People Defend Themselves?!


NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA — Jordan Lowe was just minding his own business, trying to break into a car in Uptown New Orleans, when the owner of the vehicle had the audacity to try and stop him.  Protecting his inalienable right to steal other people’s stuff, Lowe bravely assaulted the owner of the vehicle, allegedly beating him repeatedly with a stick until the owner retreated into his home according to WDSU-6.

“What right does that person have to stop being beaten after trying to protect his property,” you might ask?

Well, Lowe asked that very same question and pursued the victim into his home to deliver even more of a beating and possibly more.  As is his right, right?

What happened next is truly atrocious, folks.  It just demonstrates the level of lawlessness in this country where victims have the crazy belief that they’re entitled to defend themselves from unwarranted criminal aggression.  Don’t you know, the victim got a gun from his home and shot Lowe twice while he was just going to deliver a friendly assault and battery inside the victim’s own home?


Thankfully, police arrived quickly and brought Lowe to a nearby medical center where he’s now listed in stable condition.  Let’s all wish him a speedy recovery so he can go back to busting into other people’s property and then violently attacking them when they try to get him to stop!

Oh the audacity of these law-abiding gun owners!  When will they learn that what’s theirs is actually somebody else’s?!

Sarcasm aside for a moment, folks, sometimes criminals only get force as a deterrent to force.  Kind words, nice gestures, “hey, please stop stealing my stuff” — all well and good. But the second a criminal doesn’t care anymore — there’s only one option left to educate him.

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  • Bob Rogers

    guy should have called the police. not go outside and confront the guy. lucky the bad guy didn’t have a more deadly weapon.

    • James England

      The guy didn’t have time — the dude who beat him up followed him into his home.

      • Bob Rogers

        If you read the originally posted story it says this “According to a preliminary report from the New Orleans Police Department, the victim, a 62-year-old man, saw Jordan Lowe breaking into his vehicle.”

        He saw the guy breaking into his vehicle and confronted him instead of calling the police.

    • Kyle Guthrie

      no no bob, clearly the guy should have taken his friendly beating and died. It was the only civil thing to do in the circumstances. That criminal had a right to the car and, being that he was rudely interrupted, had every right to beat the guy to death in his own home.

      Get with the program. People dont shoot people, only bad homeowners getting attacked shoot honest criminals.

    • clay

      Confront, don’t confront. Not your business. Doesn’t matter who’s weapon is deadlier. Which makes no sense by the way.

    • Smith

      I’d say you’re half right. Confronting the suspect at the car scene was unwise, to say the least.

      However, if the robber did indeed follow the homeowner looking to finish things, then said homeowner acted well, and in defense of his life, and said robber got what said robber had coming.

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    • Sufferfortribe

      That was funny!