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New York Man Facing Manslaughter Charges for Protecting Family from Burglar

from Off Grid Survival:

A New York Man is facing manslaughter charges after he did what any normal man trying to protect his family would do – stop a gun wielding burglar form entering his home.

Youssef Abdel-Gawad shot and killed a suspected burglar who was trying to break into his family’s home with four other armed intruders. Police say four accomplices waited in a backyard shed, while one of the burglars, holding a gun, tried to gain entrance into the home. The armed man fired his gun towards the sliding glass door, causing Abdel-Gawad and his two brothers to take action.

The brothers grabbed wooden sticks, and Youssef grabbed a shotgun.

“It is what anyone would do in a situation like this. Someone attacks your house with a gun, you know, fought back, and you know, returned fire, you know, so it is a clear case of self-defense,” said the defendant’s other brother, Karim Abdel-Gawad.

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2 comments to New York Man Facing Manslaughter Charges for Protecting Family from Burglar

  • Hannon

    Just ask governor Adolf Cuomo, he should of left the state with his gun and none of this would have ever happened.

  • Warp

    There has to be more to this that News 12 conveniently left out.

    Why did the son previously evade police? Why would there be a gang of 5 to home invade?

    Did the News 12 people even talk to the prosecution? Did the burglars know the victims or vice-versa?

    There are much closer and more convenient pickings for some thugs from Roosevelt than going to Huntington Station. I don’t think this was random.

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