Ohio Thug Breaks Into Wrong Home, Gets Instant Brutal Justice From Fed-Up Victim.

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28th November, 2017

A shocking story has emerged out of Ohio, where a violent thug thought it would be a good idea to break into a home where a couple was in bed. Now, the story has gone viral after the gun-wielding thug got a dose of brutal instant justice from one of the fed-up victims, and rightfully so.

According to The Columbus Dispatch, the armed home invasion took place at approximately 5 a.m. on Sunday, November 26, 2017. Police said that 27-year-old David Beskid II, of Cumberland in Guernsey County, unlawfully entered a home in the 9100 block of Graceland Land Road in northern Licking County through an unlocked door. Whatever intentions this thug had, things were about to take a serious and permanent turn for the worst after he decided to point a gun at a couple who were sleeping in bed.

 

Licking County Sheriffs Capt. Chris Slayman said that while 37-year-old Donnie Gayheart and a woman slept, Beskid crept inside and pointed a gun and a flashlight at them. Instantly, Gayheart did what any responsible homeowner in fear for his life would have done — he grabbed his gun and shot Beskid. In that moment, as Beskid lay dying on the floor, it probably occurred to him that whatever he went inside this home to do wasn’t worth the outcome. He was declared dead a short time later.

Slayman did say that the two men were acquainted but had not known each other for a very long time. Perhaps Beskid just chose the wrong time to be opportunistic. “There was some prior history between them,” he said of Gayheart and Beskid, but he added that the men had not known each other long. Investigators are still trying to determine the motive for the home invasion. Slayman said that it was not an attempted burglary, which makes it even more creepy because it means that Beskid was probably breaking into the home to murder his victims.

 

Apparently, Beskid returned fire when Gayheart shot him, but no one else was hit, according to investigators from the Sheriff’s department. Slayman said that investigators from the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Identification assisted deputies in processing the crime scene. Although the homeowner was not charged with a crime for shooting an intruder in his own home, it won’t be long before the liberal media puts him on trial in the court of public opinion to help pedal their anti-gun agenda.

Source; MadWorldNews.

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