I shudder to think what the police may find in his basement or outbuildings.One neighbor, who did not wish to be named, told KOFU that there has "never really been a problem" over Feaster flying the Nazi flags at his home before.
"His flags got stolen a couple times when he first put them out but nothing ever came of it. This is the first time it's ever come to violence," the neighbor said. "He's been out mowing neighbors yards and just smiling and waving at everyone.
"Nobody really knows him," the neighbor added. "He keeps to himself.
I hope he gets jail time. "Stand your ground" shouldn't apply.The 'problem' is that he was flying them at all. Now that he's shot someone over them, he ought not be surprised if someone else decides to treat him as a Nazi should be treated.