When masked attackers began firebombing Ian Thomson's house and property, he duly feared for his life and home. He retrieved one of his legally owned and licensed revolvers, pointed it at his assailants, and fired a few shots. When he took a surveillance video in to the police to report the firebombing, however, he was charged with several firearms crimes and called a vigilante by some police and lawyers. Ginny Simone speaks with Attorney Edward Burlew who says that Thomson's case is one of many that have renewed citizens' calls for Canada to get a Castle Doctrine law on the books. Originally aired 1/21/2011.