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News in the area

Homeowners in western Sydney are fighting back against a recent increase of vicious home invasions, and they’re mulling options. One option underway, to the criminal’s detriment, is that home invaders are finding themselves laying on a cold slab, with a coroner’s tag tied around the big toe.

This deadly reaction against home invaders may be due to the mindless brutality directed against innocent people by these criminals.

For example, a woman in Sydney’s west barely survived after a slasher attacked her at home on Oct. 12, inflicting numerous lacerations across her face, legs and arms, according to the Otago Daily times.

In another violent attack on October 21 at West Pennant Hills, ABC News reported that home invaders tied up a two-year-old baby and four adults.

On August 13, home invaders attacked a grandmother and her two dogs in Sydney’s west.

These horrific attacks have stirred an eye-for-an-eye reaction amongst western Sydney residents who have eliminated a number of home invaders.

For example, three housemates “detained” a home invader on October 13, and when police arrived, he “was not breathing,” said an account in the Sydney Morning Herald.

A few weeks earlier, a 54-year-old homeowner in Yagoona grappled with a home invader armed with a taser gun and got the better of the contest, fatally stabbing the invader numerous times. This criminal’s emergency lift to the hospital turned out to be his last ride on Earth.

In another incident, a man at Doonside in Sydney’s West bashed an invader numerous times with a bat.

In America, home invaders are routinely ventilated with .40 and .357 caliber bullets, getting quickly dispatched to final judgment. In the UK, home owners defending themselves are dispatched to prison.

Comments on Aussie Internet forums vary, but the consensus to solve the home invasion problem leans toward the American way.

Postings include: “Let the scum die.” Another said he gets “a perverted sense of joy when a home invader is killed.” Said another, “Absolute cowards, not men at all.”

According to NSW law, a bloke can’t be charged with an offence if he acts in self-defence. A chief superintendent, who has investigated cases of self-defence in western Sydney, said that victims have the right to defend themselves if there is no escape.

Which way will the citizens of western Sydney go to confront the home invader problem? Will it be the American way or the UK way