Los Angeles homeowner Vince Ricci says he was coming home from the gym when two intruders ran up behind him after jumping the fence in his backyard.
“Out of nowhere I felt someone run up behind me, put something to my back, put a pistol to my back and somebody running up,” the man told ABC 7.
“I guess they decided to try to come at me and come in the house but I have a 5-month-old baby and a wife and a nanny in the house and that wasn’t going to happen,” he said.
Vince Ricci was coming back to his LA home on a quiet evening when two robbers jumped his wall and pointed guns at his chest.
But they weren’t ready for what was about to happen. He had a gun of his own and defended himself.
Now, California is suspending his Second Amendment. pic.twitter.com/sF0O76eO1M
— NRA (@NRA) November 17, 2023
“There was nothing in my house that was worth dying for. But I was willing to die for my family,” the dad added.
The state of California didn’t exactly see it that way. They’ve suspended Ricci’s concealed carry permit.
“California has now decided to suspend my Second Amendment,” he said in a video posted by the National Rifle Association (NRA). “In…
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