Editor,Give me a break! If Layton city or the state of Utah spend one cent of our tax dollars to prosecute this case shame on them, shame on them (Feb. 2, "Layton homeowner arrested for shooting handgun as burglary suspect fled").I don't care if you are pro-gun or anti-gun, when all the facts are out. I can't see how a judge or jury could convict Mr. Niederhauser of reckless ndangerment. There where only two shots fired, both where well thought out by Mr. Niederhauser and well placed, the first one fired into the front end of the get-a-way car and then several minutes later the second one fired into a field that is nothing but thousands of square feet of scrub-oak, according to Layton police. That is not deadly force or reckless endangerment!