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It was good of Raul Rodriguez to carry a video camera (and a weapon) when he went to confront his dickhole drunk neighbors because their music was too loud. Otherwise how would we ever know that as he tells police dispatchers he is in fear for his life and will have to shoot the (elementary school teacher) neighbor, that neighbor is standing 20 feet away with his arms raised?

Many questions are raised from this: In those last few seconds, DID those guys charge him? (Don’t know! Rodriguez conveniently drops the camera just in time to shoot.) When does “premeditated” start? Is it when he tells them like 50 times he will shoot them, and that he is in fear of his life, and tells dispatch he is going to have defend himself instead of, you know, going home? Is “more guns” really always the best answer? (America, fuck yeah!) And just how easy is it to become an elementary school teacher in Texas?

Suss it all out amongst yourselves, in the comments. This kitchen floor isn’t going to lie on itself! [KHOU]

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