It's entrapment, at the very least. Going along with a situation to catch someone within. The police in the UK do a very similar thing with capture houses, something I've questioned whether it's entrapment or not.
Only this time, instead of custodial sentencing, the man was literally judge, jury and executioner. "Recording devices"; it's fucking CCTV, for the purposes of sending to police to aid in the identification of perpertrators. Nothing more, nothing less. You believe otherwise, you're believing a lawyer who is out to defend a client; and lawyers will attempt to throw enough shit at the wall that enough of it will stick. "Recording devices" my fat fucking arse. CCTV however is also used as a deterrent - not only are you able to identify people because of their face, but from their clothing, stance, build, even MO if you have enough information on them. Hence CCTV should be highly visible, especially in civilian areas. If it's hidden, then it's the same sort of thing with a concealed carry - why the fuck do you need a concealed carry weapon?
Eh, moving on.
The guy worked for security, and can't secure his house properly against breaking and entering. 1) What the fuck was the guy doing in an unsecure neighbourhood, location is everything in security, otherwise you can only make the best of a bad job, in otherwords bolting the gate after the horse has gone 2) how the fuck were they breaking in? If it was the same way each and every time, then identify that risk, and remove it. Installing secured windows and multiple glazed windows will help prevent someone entering. Clearwater indent oils/sprays will enable police doing spot checks on known black markets to search for stolen kit, as stated visible detractions - such as trained guard dogs (seriously, go to an old police/military dog kennels, you can usually get a 6 year old German shepherd for quite cheap. You can in the UK, and you can in Aus.
This guy sounds at best incompetent at security (unless his security is along the lines of Paul fucking Blart), at worse, a murdering bastard.
And yes, I will use this opportunity as a gun user, to mount my fucking soapbox, and say "Get rid of the second amendment"; it won't, but there's absolutely no need for the second amendment whatsoever. Sure, if Galahad's still around, he can probably provide anecdotal evidence of the one time his pistol was happy to see his garage-robbing robber, but that aside, the evidence against the second amendment is overwhelming. But I'll save that for another thread.
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