Instant Karma: Security Video Shows What Happens When A Robber Messes With The Wrong Man In His Apartment Complex

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The question of guns, gun control, individual rights and the various relationships between them has been the cause of much discussion. In particular, following in the immediate aftermath of a horrifying tragedy such as Uvalde. One talking point, in particular is and needs to continue to be the right of a private citizen to defend himself and his property. There are some people that seem to have forgotten this simple and inalienable right. In fact, some are learning the hard way. That was what happened to a would-be robber of an apartment in Dallas recently.

It has just been reported that:

Residents of a Dallas apartment complex woke up to the sound of gunfire early Tuesday morning (August 16).

The chilling security camera video shows two people scrambling to escape the bullets when a gunfight broke out at the Langford apartment complex.

Two men were found dead and another was hospitalized after a shooting in far northwest Dallas on Friday morning, police said.

WATCH (warning: graphic video)

Video below:

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Dallas police said officers responded around 7:30 a.m. to a “call for service” at the Timbers Apartments in the 3500 block of Timberglen Road.

Police said they found a male victim in a breezeway dead from a gunshot wound. Officers then found two more shooting victims inside an apartment, according to police.

One of the victims found inside a unit died at the scene, police said. The other was transported to a hospital and is currently stable.

The identities of the victims have not yet been released.

Two men were found dead and another was hospitalized after a shooting in far northwest Dallas on Friday morning, police said.

Dallas police said officers responded around 7:30 a.m. to a “call for service” at the Timbers Apartments in the 3500 block of Timberglen Road.

Police said they found a male victim in a breezeway dead from a gunshot wound. Officers then found two more shooting victims inside an apartment, according to police.

One of the victims found inside a unit died at the scene, police said. The other was transported to a hospital and is currently stable.

The identities of the victims have not yet been released.

Information on any possible suspects was not immediately provided as the investigation continues.

Local residents however alleged that this was an attempted robbery, which obviously has gone wrong.

Some of them confirmed that the apartment owner had a license to carry and did the right thing to defend himself, others felt extremely unsafe because of the “wild” shooting that could have ended their lives too.

Langford resident Aralee Henighan said even though she just renewed her lease, she’s trying and get out of it:

I just renewed my lease and I’m going to try to get out of hit at some point because it’s hard to feel safe when things like this could happen.

So, this incident can certainly be marked as a victory for the second amendment. We actually reported around the middle of last year that a concealed carry holder shot a gunman who police say opened fire at Fourth of July party-goers in the Chicago area over the weekend, killing a woman and injuring two others.

The suspect, Calvin Gonnigan, 34, is in police custody. Police say he shot at a group in Austin around 10:45 p.m. Sunday, hitting 45-year-old Janina Ford in the head. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Two men, ages 32 and 50, also suffered gunshot wounds, police said, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. After he opened fire, an unnamed man who had a permit to carry a concealed weapon shot Gonnigan in the hip and both arms, police and prosecutors stated.

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