There are a lot of mistakes that seem to have been made here. For example, the Second Amendment. That needs to be revisited. 20-year-old University of South Carolina student Nicholas Anthony Donofrio was shot dead while mistakenly trying to enter the wrong residence.
ABC News reports:
Donofrio was shot to death early Saturday at a home several blocks from the University of South Carolina in southeast Columbia, the state capital, according to a statement from the Columbia Police Department.
The shooting unfolded just before 2 a.m. on the street where Donofrio lived, police said.
“Preliminary information indicates that Donofrio, who resided on South Holly Street attempted to enter the wrong home when he was fatally shot,” according to the police statement.
Prior to the shooting, police were sent to the home to investigate a report of a burglary in progress, according to the statement.
“While en route, the emergency call for service was upgraded to a shots fired call,” police said in the statement.
When officers arrived at the home, they found Donofrio dead on the front porch with a gunshot wound to his upper body, according to police.
This only happens in the U.S. Nowhere else. Only here.