California resident Vince Ricci went viral for defending his home — and his family — against two armed, would-be robbers.
Now, California authorities have revoked Ricci’s concealed carry permit revoked, he said in a video released Friday.
“For successfully defending my home and my family, California has decided to suspend my Second Amendment,” Ricci said in a political advertisement. “At [this] time, it is critical that I maintain my ability to protect my family.”
Ricci went on to recount the incident.
“It was a quiet evening, and I was coming home from the gym, two armed men — masked — hopped over the wall, ran down on me with guns, and the most terrifying was, my wife, and my five-month-old baby were on the other side of that door. In an effort to protect my family, I drew my gun and returned gunfire,” Ricci said.
“As a result of that night, the California government has temporarily suspended my ability to conceal carry.”
Ricci’s video included footage apparently from his front door’s security camera.
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