McConathy Family Asks that their Son's Shooter be Investigated

A North Georgia family asks the community, as well as prosecutors, not to forget about the death of their 17-year-old son. Dalton McConathy died in November at the hands of a homeowner who thought the boy was prowling around with his friends. Well, now a petition is being circulated, asking that the homeowner, Fred Youngblood be investigated. WDEF News 12's Alisha Searl takes a closer into these new developments.

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just me - 1/9/2014 9:26 PM
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a thug got whats coming to him and his white trash family are trying to play oh poor me lol.what a joke

EZRider800 - 1/9/2014 6:15 PM
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If someone will start a petition on Mr. Youngblood's behalf my wife and I and both my In-Laws and both my neighbors and my daughter and her husband will all sign it. I've talked about the story with them and we all believe that the property owner should be allowed to shoot anyone who is on his property breaking into his home. It's time these thugs realize there are consequences for your actions. You commit a crime against a law abiding home owner and you just might get shot. Maybe the parents of this law breaker should have spent more time instilling good morals into their son so he would know right from wrong. I know people that know some of the kids involved and they hang out with drug users. I guess you have to steal other people's property to pay for them drugs. Let's not forget that Mr. Youngblood wasn't the one breaking the law here. He was the victim!
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