Horrifying Home Invasion For Homeowner Without A Gun ~ VIDEO

Horrifying Home Invasion For Homeowner Without A Gun ~ VIDEO

Horrifying Home Invasion For Homeowner Without A Gun ~ VIDEO

On January 6, 2016, the Patel home invasion and murder case began in the Litchfield County Courthouse.

Connecticut Carry Director and American News and Information Services President Edward Peruta was on hand to videotape the trial after a hard fought battle for transparency in the court concluded just a day earlier.

But why would a court not want public transparency?

As it turns out, ten minutes of 911 call from the mother of the shooting victim give a possible reason. The home invasion, which was carried out on August 6, 2012, in Sharon Connecticut found the victim’s mother zip-tied with her son Luke dead from multiple gunshot wounds pleading with the dispatcher for police and an ambulance for ten minutes.

At approximately six minutes into the call, she exclaims that ‘she doesn’t have a gun and couldn’t defend herself’ in an audible display of despair.

Politicians who are protected by armed security details like Governor Malloy, the Connecticut General Assembly and Connecticut’s Federal Representatives and Senators continually tell the public that this kind of thing doesn’t happen. That people do not need firearms to defend themselves, and worse, they create infringements on the right to armed self-defense for the citizens in Connecticut.