There was a recent murder of a woman from a politically connected family in Raleigh, N.C. and a suspect has been arrested. This crime got a lot of press, and the courts put the investigation under a gag order for weeks. So the news of the arrest made the front page. The announcement came under this simple headline:
An unemployed 30 year old man that lived nearby, broke in, sexually assaulted her, and injured her so badly that she died. He had a criminal history of burglary and drug use, but nothing violent until this.
What’s your perimeter defense look like? Alarm system? Motion activated lights? Barky dog? If the perimeter is breached, then what? Just like a fire escape plan, you need an intruder defense plan. Because it might be a burglar that wants your TV, but it might be a disturbed or drug addled predator that plans to take your life.
Oleg Volk takes wonderful photos, and makes posters on 2nd Amendment type issues. Here’s one I remembered when I read the article about Ms. Taft.
A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan next week.
–General George S. Patton