In Georgia a man got fooled and his dirt bike stolen. Because the police most of the time is of little help, he prepared a trap to catch a thief.
He set everything up and, because he was not a murderer he called the police and advised them of the details. The police complied and sent two agents to help catch the thief.
The trap worked like a champ. The two thief came in riding on the first motorcycle they had stolen and got caught by the police. Nobody died or was wounded.
The guy in this article did not plan to catch the thief that he was expecting. His plan was simply to murder them and then call the police. The problem here is that the trap was very obvious and a concerned neighbor could have walked into it thinking that the home owner might need help.
Since the article is short and lacks detail, we don't know if the victims had criminal records, nor do we know if they had a reason to be there other than a break in. What we do know is that they are dead and that the killer came out shooting.
Though I support the idea that I have the right to defend my home and my family, I don't think I, or anyone else should have the right to trap and murder possible criminals. The victims could turn out to have been good Samaritans but, even if they are not, if this type of thing continues to be allowed in the name of lowering crime stats, then we will never be safe anywhere, any when, from nuts with guns.