Idiot: Grandfather complains about AR-15s being ‘unfair’ after his grandson was killed BREAKING into a house

By Jon Dougherty

An Oklahoma grandfather who says he believes in the Second Amendment nevertheless feels that a homeowner who killed three teens with an AR-15 who had broken into his home in the middle of the night was “unfair” and should not be permitted.

According to KTUL-TV, Leroy Schumacher, grandfather of 17-year-old Jacob Redfearn, seriously said he thinks the death of his grandson was not justified because the homeowner’s AR-15 gave him an unfair advantage over the three home invaders.

Schumacher acknowledged that breaking into a house was “stupid,” but went onto say that the deaths were not the appropriate consequence.

“What these three boys did was stupid,” Schumacher said. “They knew they could be punished for it but they did not deserve to die.

However, he added: “Brass knuckles against an AR-15? C’mon. Who was afraid for their life?”

You can’t make this lunacy up.

Besides Redfearn, 19-year old Maxwell Cook and 16-year old Jake Woodruff were also shot and killed in the home invasion.


The homeowner who was defending his castle has not been charged with any crimes because police note that his act was one of self-defense. That is to say, it doesn’t matter what Leroy Schumacher thinks about the incident after the fact, what matters is what the homeowner thought at the time his house was being invaded — not something he invited or should ever agree to under any circumstances.

Nevertheless, Schumacher reiterated his belief that what happened to his grandson and his two hoodlum friends was inappropriate and did not fit the crime.

“There’s got to be a limit to that law, I mean he shot all three of them — there was no need for that,” he told KTUL.

Really? There’s literally no way Schumacher could know that because he wasn’t there and was not in the homeowner’s shoes (or slippers…or whatever in the middle of the night).

There’s more. The three hoodlums also had a getaway driver — meaning their invasion was planned out and who knows what would have happened if they would have gotten ahold of the homeowner.

Elizabeth Rodriguez, 21, the driver, was not injured but she was later arrested and charged with three counts of first-degree murder, one count of first-degree burglary and one count of second-degree burglary. Cops also noted that Rodriguez admitted to planning the burglary.

In the end, Schumacher claims he supports the Second Amendment but doesn’t agree with killing home invaders — at least in this case because, you know, grandson and all.

“These boys’ families are going to suffer with this the rest of their lives, we have to live with this the rest of our lives,” he said. “You can’t change history, but you can damn sure learn from it, and maybe some kids will learn from this.”

What about the family of the homeowner if the ‘brass knuckles’ kids would have killed him? That be okay instead?

What a moron.

If kids in Oklahoma ‘learn’ from this it should be the lesson that breaking and entering are liable to get you a one-way ticket to the morgue. And that’s as it should be.

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Deb

Shooting to kill is much harder than shooting to hit. I think even police, not being shot at, should shoot to hit, not to kill. IF perpetrator has a gun then shoot to kill IF they do not drop it.

Dick_Turpin
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In the UK police are taught and trained that if you shoot, you shoot to kill and not to wound.
Having said that, UK police shootings are probably about 1% of US shootings.
Shooting to would endangers yourself, other officers and the public.

Dick_Turpin
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*wound* Sorry for the typo

desertspeaks
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desertspeaks

if you’re stupid enough to break into someones property, you know you can be killed for it. be it with an AR15 or a bat, a 120lb dog, or a baseball bat.

DON’T BREAK INTO OTHER PEOPLES PROPERTY AND YOU CAN’T BE KILLED FOR IT! PROBLEM SOLVED AND COMPLETELY FAIR!

Wayne Wells
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Wayne Wells

Too bad the grandfather didn’t help the boys with their little project. The homeowner probably had some leftovers in a 30 round mag he could have used. The homeowner did an outstanding job considering the circumstances.

Marilyn Crawford
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Every sane household should have appropriate arms. The ar-15 is not an automatic. Not unless upgraded. I recommend arms for every vulnerable household. Which today, is most homes. Until the criminal quits being exalted by the left, we owe it to ourselves to be fully armed in our homes, unless of course, we are known criminals.

jimmy matho
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jimmy matho

it’s pretty clear where the grandson got his stupidity from.

Mike
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Mike

This is an OLD story - how much longer is it going to be recycled as current news???

Gct
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Gct

And how exactly is a homeowner supposed to know if they are carrying brass knuckles or glocks ? Should he ask them first and take a few moments to assess the situation before shooting ?

Zil Trabant
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Zil Trabant

You shoot to stop the target. If they don’t survive then tough shit. Concepts of fairness and rainbow unicorns for all are only for those detached from reality snowflakes who think some government apparatchiks are going to build a utopia for their benefit.

Hellpig
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Hellpig

3 less Dem voters win win

Reg
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Reg

HA! Stupid little fucks got exactly what they deserved. I hope it registered in their tiny little pea-sized brains what dumbshits they were. And yeah, I hope it hurt the whole time they were dying. Good shooting and well done!

Sonderkommando
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Sonderkommando

@ Hellpig,

LMFAO! Subhuman pieces of shit get what they deserve.

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