Dead Burglar’s Family: Your Gun Made It an “Unfair Fight”

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The family of an Oklahoma burglar killed during his crime on March 27 is blaming the young man who defended his home and family, a local news station reported.

Three teenagers – Jacob Redfearn, Maxwell Wood and Jaykob Cook — broke into a home near Broken Arrow by smashing a glass door. Dressed in black with black ski masks and black gloves and armed with a knife and brass knuckles, they were clearly prepared for violence.

Now, Redfearn’s grandfather wants the world to think that his grandson didn’t deserve the natural consequence of his actions.

“What these three boys did was stupid,” Leroy Schumacher told KTUL in Tulsa. “They knew they could be punished for it, but they did not deserve to die. There’s got to be a limit to that law, I mean, he shot all three of them. There was no need for that.”

Ahem. Yes, there was. They broke in, they were armed, and that’s really the end of it.

Along with a woman identified as Elizabeth Rodriguez, the 21-year-old driver of the getaway car who police now say masterminded the burglary, the teens had already been at the house earlier in the day to burglarize a detached apartment. When they returned, the owner and his 23-year-old son were at home.


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