He confronted the intruder and during a scuffle, he shot the would-be burglar.And this is a real version of the Castle Doctrine.
As of Sept. 1, Texas homeowners have right to protect property even if it requires deadly force. Some people call the measure the "castle doctrine," based on the premise a man's home is his castle and that he should have the right to defend it.The parrot also greeted police when they entered the home.
According to the law, the building or vehicle must be occupied at the time for the deadly force provision to apply. Also, the person using force cannot provoke the attacker or be involved in criminal activity at the time. So far, the homeowner does not face charges.
The home invader died later in a local hospital.