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Niles findings go to prosecutor

July 16, 2013

NILES — City police are continuing their investigating of a shooting that killed a man last week, apparently during a burglary attempt....

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jtoday

Jul-16-13 8:56 PM

Like I said the first day. There is more to this story.

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anothernilestaxpayer

Jul-16-13 7:58 PM

U come to my house at 12:30 trying to get in...kiss ur butt goodbye!!!

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Billdog

Jul-16-13 4:12 PM

Senator1218, who really cares if dealers and junkies kill each other. I sure as h3ll don't. This fool should have waited for Mr. Allen to enter, then flung a high speed bullet at his head.

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Senator1218

Jul-16-13 1:08 PM

The Castle Doctrine is a bunch of hooey. Just look at the prosecutors' associations that have come out against it. This guy is covered under traditional laws of self defense. The Castle Doctrine has in fact been used successfully several times by drug dealers where they have killed purchasers or sellers in their own home. This is precisely what the prosecutors warned us. The myth of dragging the body into the house is MOST dangerous and foolhardy. That's felony tampering with evidence. What fool would believe that?

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AmericanPatriot

Jul-16-13 1:05 PM

Don't drag them anywhere unless you want a tampering with evidence charge. WarrenProud you're wrong...as usual.

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neversummer

Jul-16-13 11:47 AM

I thought you were supposed to drag them INTO the house after you shoot them to be covered by the Castle Doctrine.

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XFilesX

Jul-16-13 11:26 AM

The guy was trying to break into the house because he thought it was empty. He was there to steal copper wire! He was most certainly up to no good. You try breaking into my home, you best have a taste for lead, cuz that's what I'm serving.

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DoubleDipper

Jul-16-13 7:00 AM

Stand your ground forever!

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jonathon

Jul-16-13 6:53 AM

Sure WarrenP, 12:30am a man trying to break into a residence, of course he had no ill motives, he was probably collecting for the Boys Scouts of Amer. Your stupidity never ceases to amaze me. Lets just be thankful this was a White on White shooting, this way it will never make it's way to MSNBC.

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FamilyGuy

Jul-16-13 6:37 AM

Home invaders forfeit all rights.

Stay out of other people's homes.

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Daniel

Jul-16-13 5:59 AM

I do not know what to believe. The media forgot to mention whether he had a bag of skittles or not. Makes a big difference you know.

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WarrenProud

Jul-16-13 5:57 AM

His story stinks. He should be arrested for manslaughter at the minimum. Who fires through a door not knowing who is on the other side? This is not covered by the Ohio Castle Doctrine since his life was not in immediate danger since there were two doors between him and the man on the other side.

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AmericanPatriot

Jul-16-13 5:20 AM

He's covered under Ohio's Castle Doctrine. No charges is my bet.

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