When Is It OK to Defend Your Life and Property?

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George Grier of Long Island has been arrested and charged for reckless endangerment for firing four warning shots into the ground when up to as many as twenty individuals stormed his property.

According to Grier, he was entering his home when five men approached and invaded his property. He ran into the home, directed his wife to call police, and returned to his front lawn with an AK-47 at which point even more individuals rounded the corner and began threatening him. Grier says the men threatened to kill him and his family.

To deter the potential assailants, he then fired his AK-47 into the ground.

Grier was subsequently arrested and charged. No others have been charged.

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