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MAN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER AFTER TAKING HOME INVADER’S GUN & SHOOTING HIM

A Canadian man has been charged with attempted murder and 9 other offenses relating to firearms after three home invaders got into his property. He and another man fought off the home invaders and Kyle Earl Munroe managed to get a gun from one of them. He shot one of the attackers who was later picked up by police with non-life threatening injuries.

Quite why Munroe has been charged with anything at all has sent Social Media into meltdown. Many are questioning why he is not being given a medal for protecting himself and his home. But, no. In Canada, it is apparently a grave infringement of the law to protect yourself against armed assailants.

Whilst many Liberals in the US bemoan the fact that the population is even allowed to own guns, people who believe in taking care of their family are thankful for the US “Stand your ground” law. But things might be changing.

The 2nd Amendment is under constant attack and law makers are trying to impose regulations at an unprecedented rate. If we’re not careful, we could end up like Canada.

Although Munroe will likely get off with all charges dismissed, he is presently under house arrest and unable to use a phone, drink a beer, or leave home for any other purpose than employment. He is being punished for daring to do something that the state claims as its own. It is tyranny, pure and simple.

A man in Halifax, Nova Scotia, faces a string of charges, including attempted murder, after he helped fend off armed home invaders.

The Chronicle Herald reports that Kyle Earl Munroe was arrested on July 12 after the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and Halifax Regional Police responded to a call about a home invasion involving firearms.

According to police, three men entered the residence and a struggle ensued between them and two men inside.

The two men inside managed to seize a gun from one of the suspects during a struggle, leading to several shots being fired. The suspects fled after one of them received non-life-threatening injuries from a bullet.

Of course, as this is Canada we’re talking about, Munroe faces charges despite defending himself and his friend while in the home.

He faces charges of attempted murder, intent to discharge a firearm, intent to discharge a firearm when being reckless, careless use of a firearm, improper storage of a firearm, pointing a firearm, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm knowing that possession is unauthorized, and possession for the purpose of trafficking.

Chris Hansen, a spokeswoman for the Public Prosecution Service, said: “Right now they’re just pending charges.”

As reported by the Chronicle Herald, Munroe is “is banned from any contact with two named individuals, must attend court as ordered, keep the peace and be of good behaviour, not leave his residence except for essential activities such as work or medical appointments, remain in Nova Scotia, not consume drugs or alcohol, not possess a cell phone or pager, have no weapons, and answer the door to police when they check at his home.”

He is due in court on Aug. 22 for election and plea.

H/T: Milo Yiannopoulos

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