A country run by moonbats is a great place to live — for criminals. It’s not such a great place for the WWII veterans they shoot in the face during burglaries:
A 90-year-old Greenbrae [California] man who was shot in the head during an alleged burglary has been sued by the alleged burglar.
Samuel Cutrufelli, who was also shot during the incident, claims Jay Leone “negligently shot” him during the confrontation inside Leone’s home.
Cutrufelli, 31, claims Leone caused him “great bodily injury, and other financial damage, including loss of Mr. Cutrufelli’s home, and also the dissolution of Mr. Cutrufelli’s marriage.”
The heart bleeds. Here’s what happened:
The incident occurred at about 10:45 a.m. Jan. 3 at Leone’s home on Via La Cumbre. Authorities said Cutrufelli entered the home, put a gun to Leone’s head, tied his hands with a belt and rummaged through his bedroom for valuables.
Leone said he was able to wriggle his hands free, then convinced the burglar to let him use the bathroom. Then he got one of the five handguns stashed in his bathroom, sneaked back to the bedroom and spotted Cutrufelli in his closet.
Cutrufelli allegedly fired his gun, hitting Leone in the jaw area, and Leone fired back. Cutrufelli then wrestled his gun away, put it to Leone’s head and pulled the trigger, but no bullets were left in the gun.
True enough, Leone was negligent in shooting Cutrufelli. That is, he was negligent in shooting him without killing him.
The judge responsible for putting Leone through this expensive farce by not laughing the suit out of court ought to go in the cell next to Cutrufelli’s.
On tips from Artfldgr, Bob Roberts, and AC.