Family of Terrorist Teens Say They “Didn’t Deserve to Be Shot”
Two teens, 14 and 16 years old… who broke in to an elderly womans home on more than one occasion, were finally shot in the process of burglarizing her home a second time, yet… their family and friends say they should not have been shot.
What do you suppose the family and friends think the elderly couple should do when their lives are being threatened by several people who are breaking in to their home?
Family and friends of the two teenage boys (who were shot and killed inside a home they had broken into) are speaking out.
“They didn’t deserve to get killed,” said the sister of 14-year-old Michael Sambrano.
He and his 16-year-old best friend were shot and killed on Sunday morning by someone inside a home the teens were breaking into. Police won’t say whether it was the elderly homeowner or her brother who shot and killed the teens who had just broken into their home.
“They were on their way out the door, and I just think it was wrong that they were shot,” said Christina Sambrano.
But many who live on Arcade Boulevard say the neighbor did the right thing.
“Justice was served,” said Robert Robinson.
The widow in the home had been burgled twice before, and the news article states that fingerprints from one of the deceased burglars was matched to one of the previous break-ins. They were killed as they terrorized an elderly woman, yet again.
The fact that they were shot is not the issue… This was a clear cut case of justifiable use of lethal force. Period.
What the family and friends SHOULD be saying is how sorry they are that these to punks were committing crimes against innocent citizens and that it is NOT okay to steal from others and that these shooting could have been prevented if the thugs were not breaking the law.
Those two teens made the conscious decision to become criminals. They made the conscious decision to endanger and terrorize the lives of law-abiding citizens by breaking into occupied dwellings. Their families should be apologizing to the REAL victims, the homeowners, and telling the public they harbor no ill will toward thenm for simply defending their lives.
The elderly brother and sister inside the home had reason to fear that these two home invaders were a threat to their lives. They had a legitimate right to self-defense that includes the right to use deadly force.