The Campaign For DA

8.07.2017

Remember That Home Invasion In Fort Worth?

I haven't heard much about it since it happened. It was in a very affluent gated community. Here is the back of the house. You don't see one of those every day.

(Credit Mrs. LL for doing the double take.)

Edit: Someone pointed out this does not look like the back of the house of a high scale home. I agree. That is a screenshot from Fox 4.

This is the front of the home from the WFAA broadcast:

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Judging by the condition of the house and the construction materials it doesn't appear to be from an upscale neighborhood!

Anonymous said...

Something is up here. This doses not Jive. Espically with the picture

Anonymous said...

I stand corrected!

Anonymous said...

(insert Trump "You are fake news" GIF here)

TF Sanger Fox

Anonymous said...

Okay, surely I'm not the only one who sees restraint stocks in the back of the house in that first picture. Surely.

DF And Don't Call Me Shirley

Anonymous said...

Cowtown has unexpected sophistication!

Dallas is where the east peters out! Amon Carter said so!

Anonymous said...

That is not the back of the house. My son is good friend with the family and has been there numerous times. Fake News!

Anonymous said...

10:33......
I noticed the restraint device too.

Anonymous said...

The fact that it is a dump and not a hight toned home jumped out at you before the stocks located by the door...?

Anonymous said...

Just another media error...typos, spelling and photo goofs

Anonymous said...

Nothing about that picture is in conflict with a higher end home. 9:25 informs us that neither brick or thick roof shingles are quality construction material? There are some very expensive homes that have brick exteriors. I've seen one or two myself. Or thick roof shingles? Yeah, I just hate it when poor folks use those thick roof shingles on their dumps, don't you? And leaf litter along the gutters and blown into a pile by the back door? That means trees are around. The photo of the front of the house shows the same thing if you zoom in. Lots of higher end neighborhoods have those tree things. Lighting is poor, quality of the picture is poor and grainy. And when your home gets broken into, you just might have to rig something up to replace the broken entry or windows.

Anonymous said...

I noticed this as well. If you still have it on dvr, go back and look. There is actually a guillotine next to the restraint device!