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Ness 06-28-2013 01:56 AM

Vicious attack on defensless female in New Jersey by home robber.
 
Not sure if this was talked about earlier, but I hope this guy is caught. If you want to rob the place, go ahead. Don't cause physical harm to the people in the house though. Just sickening. Even though Aaron Hernandez murdered someone, this makes me more angry.


BallerT1215 06-28-2013 01:58 AM

I watched this earlier, and was immediately enraged. Very tough to watch so I will not a 2nd time. You can literally hear his fists landing on her like loud smacks. All in front of her 3 year old.

I hope they find this POS quick and give him quite a beating.

vidae 06-28-2013 02:10 AM

People like this don't deserve a trial. He just needs to be found in a dark alley by people with bad intentions. See how the other side feels.

TimD 06-28-2013 08:01 AM

Damn that's about half an hour from me.

What a monster. I hope he's caught asap.

josh07039 06-28-2013 08:03 AM

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Originally Posted by TimD (Post 3394450)
Damn that's about half an hour from me.

What a monster. I hope he's caught asap.

Yeah, I live really
close and Millburn isn't a place you would expect a violent attack like this. It is just another sign that the world is becoming a more and more dangerous place.

dabears10 06-28-2013 09:14 AM

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Originally Posted by josh07039 (Post 3394451)
Yeah, I live really
close and Millburn isn't a place you would expect a violent attack like this. It is just another sign that the world is becoming a more and more dangerous place.

Confirmation Bias.

StripedWalrus 06-28-2013 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by josh07039 (Post 3394451)
Yeah, I live really
close and Millburn isn't a place you would expect a violent attack like this. It is just another sign that the world is becoming a more and more dangerous place.

The world has always been a dangerous place... It really is a shame when someone can go into someone else home and violate them in such a way. I am certain with that very clear footage that he can and will be caught. An attempted murder charge, First degree Burglary charge, or at the very least aggravated assault(or battery) should be strapped onto that bastard.

MassNole 06-28-2013 02:53 PM

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Originally Posted by StripedWalrus (Post 3394628)
The world has always been a dangerous place... It really is a shame when someone can go into someone else home and violate them in such a way. I am certain with that very clear footage that he can and will be caught. An attempted murder charge, First degree Burglary charge, or at the very least aggravated assault(or battery) should be strapped onto that bastard.

You know what, add on the hate crime enhancement statute just for good measure.

Ness 06-28-2013 03:21 PM

Makes me want to think about getting my spouse gun trained. We have a dog, but at the same time with all the loons in the world, specially the USA, I'd feel better if we both actually had some sort of firearm training.

josh07039 06-28-2013 03:53 PM

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Originally Posted by StripedWalrus (Post 3394628)
The world has always been a dangerous place... It really is a shame when someone can go into someone else home and violate them in such a way. I am certain with that very clear footage that he can and will be caught. An attempted murder charge, First degree Burglary charge, or at the very least aggravated assault(or battery) should be strapped onto that bastard.

I know the world has always been dangerous, but just in my short lifetime, I feel like the world has gotten exponentially more dangerous. Just as an example think about how common School Shootings were even 15 years ago. Now it happens prety regularly. Domestic terrorism was something that was so much more foreign to this country. On top of that,i I feel like violent incidents like this one are just becoming more prevalent. Then again, that feeling could just be a false sense of nostalgia. I don't go in for the easy answers like violent video games, movies, and tv. I don't understand where society is going though.

vikes_28 06-28-2013 04:16 PM

wow, watching that made me sick to my stomach. I guess that's one way to commit a burglary in the morning. that's exactly the reason I have a concealed weapons permit....sadly I can't take a gun across state lines to protect myself when I travel. I'm not really worried about that sort of thing happening where I live (even though it does), but i'm more worried about getting mugged when I travel to a different city.

Hurricanes25 06-28-2013 05:29 PM

The guy was just found and arrested in NYC.

Ness 06-28-2013 06:29 PM

Yeah buddy. I hope he gets knocked the **** out in prison.


BallerT1215 06-28-2013 06:38 PM

Great News. Hope they give him some "special" treatment.

Bosanac01 06-28-2013 08:30 PM

http://xfinity.comcast.net/articles/...home.invasion/

Quote:

Custis faces charges of attempted murder, robbery, burglary and child endangerment.

derza222 06-28-2013 08:40 PM

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Originally Posted by josh07039 (Post 3394451)
Yeah, I live really
close and Millburn isn't a place you would expect a violent attack like this. It is just another sign that the world is becoming a more and more dangerous place.

Millburn's definitely a nice town but there's plenty of less nice areas that are really close.

Regardless, that was awful. Glad they caught the guy.

MetSox17 06-28-2013 10:30 PM

And this is why there's guns in every room of the house. **** that guy, i hope he gets his **** packed in jail.

J-Mike88 06-28-2013 11:38 PM

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Originally Posted by MassNole (Post 3394645)
You know what, add on the hate crime enhancement statute just for good measure.

That would be nice, but the NAACP only allows them to be categorized a "hate crime" if the victim is black at the hands of a white person.

Eve Carson, Lauren Burke, Anne Pressley, etc. would beg to differ about that "hate" part, if they could.....

Speaking of that, here are some videos that might leave your heart feeling a little bit warmer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gb2I2fD5JlA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jkc8AJLRVJs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGu5OI4yol8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4t1a_v9sG4
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nobodyinparticular 06-29-2013 01:17 AM

Dude what in the **** is that. I am so angry right now. I don't even know what to say.

Seriously, how the **** can any man do that to a woman?

Brothgar 06-29-2013 01:31 AM

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Originally Posted by MetSox17 (Post 3394827)
And this is why there's guns in every room of the house. **** that guy, i hope he gets his **** packed in jail.

Quote:

Originally Posted by vikes_28 (Post 3394689)
wow, watching that made me sick to my stomach. I guess that's one way to commit a burglary in the morning. that's exactly the reason I have a concealed weapons permit....sadly I can't take a gun across state lines to protect myself when I travel. I'm not really worried about that sort of thing happening where I live (even though it does), but i'm more worried about getting mugged when I travel to a different city.

If that woman had a gun readily available at any more than arm's length she likely would have been dead.

Ness 06-29-2013 01:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Brothgar (Post 3394852)
If that woman had a gun readily available at any more than arm's length she likely would have been dead.

You don't know that. Especially if she is the only one that knows where it was. If she was trained and could get her hands on it, he might have been killed.

Brothgar 06-29-2013 02:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Ness (Post 3394854)
You don't know that. Especially if she is the only one that knows where it was. If she was trained and could get her hands on it, he might have been killed.

If it was hidden that well it wouldn't have been readily available. This was a shock and awe situation. This woman isn't trained police force the likelihood that she would have the presence of mind to go to her secret hiding spot to find the gun in those brief seconds between the door being kicked in and her getting pumled has to be slim.

Ness 06-29-2013 02:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Brothgar (Post 3394863)
If it was hidden that well it wouldn't have been readily available. This was a shock and awe situation. This woman isn't trained police force the likelihood that she would have the presence of mind to go to her secret hiding spot to find the gun in those brief seconds between the door being kicked in and her getting pumled has to be slim.

If she was trained to use a gun, she may have been trained her mindset to procure it in a situation like that. She was obviously frightened at what happened. There is no telling if she was trained properly how different she might react. It's unknown exactly how many seconds it took for the intruder to kick the door down. Could have been instantly, or it could have taken a couple of tries. In any case, with a different trained mindset, it could have been a different story.

She could have hid a gun behind a book or something or a desk lamp. An intruder may not have even spotted that.

WMD 06-29-2013 02:50 AM

At what point did she have the opportunity to grab a gun? Why do people think more guns just makes everything better? What if she grabbed a gun, shot at him, and missed? What if he wrestled the gun away from her? What if she dropped it because she's scared as ****?

I completely understand having a gun for protection, but some of you gun nuts drive me crazy. You have to be smart about it. It's not like a video game where you can just hit a button and your gun is automatically equipped with auto aim.

I don't know the whole story, but if she had any chance to get a gun, she would've been better off using that time to run the hell away from the house.

Ness 06-29-2013 06:25 AM

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Originally Posted by WMD (Post 3394867)
At what point did she have the opportunity to grab a gun? Why do people think more guns just makes everything better? What if she grabbed a gun, shot at him, and missed? What if he wrestled the gun away from her? What if she dropped it because she's scared as ****?

I completely understand having a gun for protection, but some of you gun nuts drive me crazy. You have to be smart about it. It's not like a video game where you can just hit a button and your gun is automatically equipped with auto aim.

I don't know the whole story, but if she had any chance to get a gun, she would've been better off using that time to run the hell away from the house.

We didn't see the entire footage in its original context, so the answer to your first question is speculative. I can throw out a bunch of what ifs that puts a positive connotation on her situation myself. What if she shot him in the head? It makes no difference. It is simply a matter of personal security preference. One could take that same attitude with a dog meant for protection. I'm not a gun enthusiast, and I do think our country has some incorrect approaches to how firearms are incorporated into society, but at the same time they can be useful tools for protection if utilized correctly and responsiblly. Let's just not act like having a firearm would have made her or anyone else in that situation automatically worse for certain.


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