October 22, 2019
Move to America, get murdered by feral coons.
Sounds about right for 2019.
Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of $25,000 for information on the shooting death of an Australian man who died protecting his family during a home invasion in the Katy area earlier this week.
Brenton Estorffe, 29, was killed during a break-in at his home located in the 6900 block of Glen Rosa Drive Wednesday, according to a release from the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office. Two male suspects allegedly broke into Estorffe’s home late Wednesday night by sneaking through a back window, police said.
Estorffe, who hails from Australia, died shortly after being shot. The father of two is being credited with saving his wife and children during the invasion, according to local media reports.
A vehicle of interest spotted on surveillance video shows the two suspects in a light-colored, four-door sedan with a sunroof, according to the release. One suspect is described as a dark-skinned male, approximately 5-feet, 11-inches tall, wearing a dark-colored hoodie. The other suspect is described as a dark-skinned male, approximately 6-feet tall, with a slender build and short hair.
America’s wildlife has always been more dangerous than Australia’s.
No Aussie has ever been robbed at gunpoint by a dingo, but a dindu will do that without a moment’s thought.