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Disabled Boy Records Bullies Tormenting Him, Police Charge Him With Illegal Wiretapping

 

Bullying

 

 

 

” After a disabled special education child tried to record how bullies were tormenting him at school, the police in Pennslyvania responded by slapping him with the charge of felony wiretapping.

  Back in 2012, the Huffington Post documented the new trend of parents having their disabled children wiretapped based upon abuse from teachers and bullying students alike. Although some organizations like the National Autism Association “strongly suggest” using recording devices if they suspect a problem, others like the National Association of Special Education Teachers say that secret recordings are a bad idea based upon legal issues and the privacy rights of other children. In the worst case scenario, the children being bullied might themselves get in trouble under the law. Unfortunately, this is apparently exactly what happened.

  The disabled boy in this new incident was not named specifically, but his mother’s name is Shea Love, and she did not demand that her son record what the bullies were allegedly doing to him. The 15-year-old boy was previously diagnosed with a comprehension delay disorder, ADHD, and an anxiety disorder. The boy claims he was constantly being bullied at his school, and in order to prove to his mother that he “wasn’t lying” he decided to use his school-issued iPad to record the bullying: “

Continued at The Inquisitor


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Warning Shot Bill Passes Senate Floor

 

 

 

 

 

 

” The Florida Senate has approved the so-called ‘warning shot’ bill, which now heads to Gov. Rick Scott to be signed into law.

The bill passed 32-7 on Thursday.

  Sponsored by Sen. Greg Evers, a Republican from Pensacola, the bill has garnered attention due to the Marissa Alexander case in Jacksonville. Alexander is out on bail and awaiting a new trial after originally being sentenced to 20 years in prison for firing a gun near her estranged husband during an altercation.”

 

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Muskogee Man Shaken After Killing Burglary Suspect

 

 

Okie Burglar Dead

 

 

” Muskogee Police are still looking for two men who tried to rob people inside a house late Saturday night; a neighbor shot and killed the third suspect.

  Kyle Ford said the men were threatening him and he had no choice but to fire his gun.

  Muskogee Police say it looks like Ford clearly acted in self-defense and a criminal defense attorney we spoke with said Oklahoma law protects anyone who feels their life is in danger.

” If I would not have had my gun I don’t believe that I would be here today to tell you the story about it,” Ford said.

  Ford said he was scared for his life Saturday night.

  Muskogee Police said suspect who died has been identified as Joshua Salyer, 40, of Muskogee.”

 

Story continues

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How The Civil Rights Movement Changed Black Gun Culture

 

 

 

” The subject of guns is a volatile one in the black community: a disproportionate number of black Americans are killed by firearms each year.

  But Nicholas Johnson, a law professor at Fordham University in New York City, says black Americans have a long, positive history with guns. Firearms, he says, helped black Americans escape slavery, defend their homes and fight for their freedom. It was only after the civil rights movement that the public attitude towards guns started to change.

  He explores the hidden relationship between African Americans and firearms in his book Negroes and the Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms.”

 

 

   Thanks to the BBC for bringing this to light . Along with the civil rights movement came the social programs aimed at aiding the black community , which in reality have done nothing but generate a culture of dependency on the government , a loss of self-esteem and a permanent democratic voting bloc .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guns.com Presents ” Why Everyone Should Own A Gun”

 

 

 

” YouTuber BraveTheWorld expresses her viewpoint on “Why Everyone Should Own a Gun,” which includes giving women an equal chance to fight an attacker, the love of freedom and an inherent right to stay alive.

  Julia Tourianski believes that while one can argue about gun rights until they turn blue in the face there is only one true and undeniable point to be made: The right to bear arms is inherent in all human beings, BraveNewWorld reports.

“You are alive. You have an inherent right to stay alive. A gun is a tool. You have the right to wield it to preserve your life when under threat,” Tourianski says.”

 

Read on at Guns.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ever since man has been in the business of seeking vengeance, torture has been a reality for war criminals, prisoners, and other less than fortunate individuals. In fact, the most unsettling thing about torture isn’t its existence, but the way people have injected a perverted sense of creativity into the creation of devices designed to create pain. To prove our point here are the 25 most brutal torture techniques ever devised. – See more at: http://govtslaves.info/25-brutal-torture-techniques-ever-devised/#sthash.XNdpULRH.dpuf

 

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82-Year-Old Protects Family, Attacks Home Intruder With Hammer To Head

 

 

Hammer Defense

 

” Detroit Police say an 82-year-old man struck an intruder in the head with a hammer at a home on Whitfield on Sunday, March 9.

  Officers from the 10th precinct responded to the scene and found a 52-year-old woman running from her home screaming for assistance.

  The woman told police there was an intruder in her home.

  Officers found the 33-year-old male suspect in the living room with blood dripping from his head.”

 

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CPAC 2014 – More Guns, Less Crime: Law Enforcement is Embracing a Well-Armed Civilian Population

 

 

 

Published on Mar 8, 2014

” The police have discovered that guns in the hands of law abiding Americans may be the best defense against guns in the hands of criminals.

  Chris Cox (Executive Director, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action) moderates the discussion with Emily Miller (Senior Opinion Editor, The Washington Times); David Clark (Sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin); and The Honorable Sandy Adams, former United States Representative for Florida at CPAC 2014 on March 8, 2014.

  Recorded at the American Conservative Union (ACU) Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2014, March 6-8, 2014, Washington, D.C.

Follow the ACU and CPAC on Twitter: @CPACnews #CPAC2014.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LI Man Facing Manslaughter Charge For Shooting, Killing Alleged Armed Burglar

 

 

New York Sucks … Self-Defense

 

 

” Family members have been arguing that it was a clear case of self-defense when a Huntington Station man shot and killed an alleged home burglar.

  But Youssef Abdel-Gawad has been charged with manslaughter, even though he said he was only trying to protect his family, WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported Tuesday.

  The family hopes surveillance video will clear their son, CBS 2’s Jennifer McLogan reported.

“ It’s a sad situation,” said the defendant’s brother, Ramy Abdel-Gawad. “Video will show, you know, he was doing what anybody would do to protect his family.”

  The Abdel-Gawads’ own surveillance cameras were rolling at the home, according to police, at the time of the incident back on Aug. 21 of last year.”

 

    

    We assume that because the suspects were put to flight before the fatal shot that the LI police are maintaining that the danger was past and thus the situation did not merit the discharge of the shotgun . Ok . But if that be the case then shouldn’t all police be suspect whenever they shoot a fleeing suspect ?

   According to the report , the DA doubts that the perp fired a shot but isn’t the presence of the gun reason enough for an act of self-defense ? Since when do the thugs have a right to the first shot for free ?

   When we were younger there was a policy (unwritten or official ?) that police could only shoot in self-defense or in the face of imminent peril for others . That no longer seems to be the case as we read all the time of cops shooting at perps in flight . If it’s ok for them then why not for civilians defending their homes and families ?

 

Apparently the Supreme Court’s Tennessee v Gardner ruling in 1985 cleared the way for cops to shoot people in the back if the had committed a felony and if that is the justification for law enforcement , surely the civilian populace should be afforded the same rights , no ?

 

CBSLocal has the story

 

 

 

 

 

 

Woman Warns, Kills Man Breaking Into Her Home

 

Woman Kills Home Invader

 

 

” The homeowner, a 54-year-old woman, heard the man and went to another room to get a gun.

  The woman warned the intruder she had a gun and was going to shoot him if he came into her home, but the man continued entering through the side window and the woman shot him in the chest.”

 

 

 

    This is the third perp shot by female Detroit homeowners in the past week . Detroit is getting more dangerous … for the thugs , Bravo . Read more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Campbell Sheriff: Teen Kills Attempted Abductor

 

 

” Campbell County sheriff’s officials say a 15-year-old boy fatally shot a man who was trying to abduct a woman in Wright.

  The shooting happened Wednesday night.

  Sheriff’s officials said Friday they had responded to reports of an attempted abduction at a home in Wright. They arrived to find 48-year-old Sammy Michael Fears, of Casper, wounded in the driveway. Fears died on the way to the hospital.”

 

HT/GunsSaveLives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homeowner Shoots And Kills Armed Robbery Suspect

 

 

 

 

 

” A Detroit woman surprises an armed robbery suspect in her home. He pointed a gun at her head, but the woman was armed. Bullets started flying and the suspected ended up dead.”

 

The women of Detroit have been busy this week cleaning up the streets of the vermin .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Support a woman’s right to choose whichever gun she wants .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Juvenile Burglar Shot And Killed When West Palm Beach Homeowner Returns Home

 

 

Armed Teen Home Invader Killed

 

 

” Police say a West Palm Beach man shot and killed a 16-year-old intruder after he came home for lunch, and saw the suspect attempting to rob his home.

  Authorities say it all happened around 1 p.m. Wednesday when the homeowner at 733 57th Street came home for lunch.

” Went inside and noticed there’s a young male juvenile he didn’t recognize,” said Capt. Dave Bernhardt with West Palm Beach Police. “He was taking some firearms and laying them on a sheet to get ready to steal them.”

  Police say the teenage intruder pointed a weapon at the homeowner, they fought, and the homeowner shot the suspect two or three times.”

 

 

Before the hand-wringing begins about another senseless killing of one of America’s youth read this …

 

” “He was in fear for his life with firearms, someone he doesn’t know there in his house stealing guns,” said Capt.Bernhardt.

The teen suspect has a criminal record and was on probation, according to police.”

 

 

     The homeowner did us all a favor . Every time a victim fights back , no matter what the result , their resistance makes society just a little bit safer for us all . Criminals only started to gain the upper hand and generated a pervasive climate of fear once the authorities managed to convince the public to be compliant and leave things to the police .

   Thugs don’t fear getting caught , they fear being shot . Read the rest and check the comments for a debate about “Stand Your Ground” that is running 10 to 1 in favor .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dismantling The Stigma Of Guns

 

Participants in Vernon's two-day conceal-and-carry course spend a full day in the classroom before heading to the firing range. - JOHN STURDY

 

” Interest in gun ownership has been growing across the country. The FBI conducted more than 21 million background checks of potential gun buyers in 2013, the most since the system was put into place in 1998. In Illinois 1.7 million people currently have firearm owner identification cards issued by the state police, including more than 150,000 in Chicago, up 30 percent since 2011.

  Illinois, and Chicago in particular, has historically had some of the most restrictive gun regulations in the country—from 1982 until 2010 it was illegal to possess a handgun in the city—but the laws are changing. Last July, under orders from a federal court, the General Assembly passed a law making Illinois the 50th state to allow residents to carry firearms in public. The state police began accepting conceal-and-carry permit applications in late December, and by late January nearly 33,000 had been approved pending background checks. Residents from rural areas downstate have signed up at the highest rates, but nearly a fourth of the applications came from Cook County.

  Vernon has been a firearm owner and activist for decades, but he doesn’t fit the stereotype of a gun nut. He’s a middle-class African-American who lives on Chicago’s south side. A former university administrator, he’s studied civil rights history for decades. A framed photo of Malcolm X hangs in the living room of his modest home. He voted against Mitt Romney in the last presidential election—though he can’t quite bring himself to admit that he cast a ballot for President Obama.”

 

The Reader offers a lengthy profile on Mr Jordan and the state of gun ownership in Chicago .

HT/Katie Pavlich

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mom Opens Fire On Home Invaders In Detroit To Defend Children

 

 

” A Detroit mother opened fire Monday night when three suspects broke into her home. 

Surveillance cameras caught it all.

  The mother tells Action News she “didn’t have time to get scared.” When she heard the door to her home on Woodrow Wilson being kicked in, she immediately warned the three teenage intruders and then opened fire.

  One of the teens dropped a handgun on his way out the door. He then tried to get back inside the house a second time, but was again met with gunfire. Once again, he took off and all three were arrested shortly after the incident by Detroit Police.”

 

Story continues

 

 

 

 

 

 

Open Carry Little Rock Arkansas

 

Little Rock Open Carry

 

 

” Taking on the task of educating the public in spite of a hostile media has fallen to Arkansas Carry,  a group that has been organizing marches featuring the open carry of arms to show that such is legal throughout the state.  Some local media are beginning to understand that the law actually says what it says.   From arkansasmatters.com:

LITTLE ROCK, AR- Saturday one of the many open carry walks being staged across the state went off without a hitch.

More than 100 gun toting Arkansans walked through down town Little Rock.”

 

These walks around the state stem from a dispute in the interpretation of Act 746 between law-abiding gun owners and the state’s anti-gun Attorney General Dustin McDaniel . The Baxter Bulletin offers this report …

 

 

” “I do not interpret Act 746 as authorizing so-called open carry,” McDaniel wrote in his legal opinion. “To the contrary, the journey exception applies only to ‘travel beyond the county in which a person lives’ — a narrow range of activities inconsistent with the concept of open carry.”

 

 

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” While Pendergrass — who, in this week’s developing major local story, has endorsed his right and that of employees with the Baxter County Road and Bridge Department to carry concealed weapons on the job — disagrees with McDaniel’s legal opinion, it is Mountain Home Police Chief Carry Manuel who may first have to deal with the question locally.”

 

 

The act itself reads in part :

 

 

” BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS:
 
 SECTION 1. Arkansas Code § 5-73-119(e), concerning defense to  prosecution for possession of a handgun in certain places, is amended to read as follows:

 (e) It is a defense to prosecution under It is permissible to carry a handgun under this section that if at the time of the act of possessing a handgun or firearm:

 (1) The person is in his or her own dwelling or place of business or on property in which he or she has a possessory or proprietary interest, except upon the property of a public or private institution of higher learning;

(2) The person is a law enforcement officer, correctional officer, or member of the armed forces acting in the course and scope of his or her official duties;

 (3) The person is assisting a law enforcement officer,correctional officer, or member of the armed forces acting in the course and scope of his or her official duties pursuant to the direction or request of the law enforcement officer, correctional officer, or member of the armed forces; 

 (4) The person is a licensed registered commissioned security guard acting in the course and scope of his or her duties;

(5) The person is hunting game with a handgun or firearm that may be hunted with a handgun or firearm under the rules and regulations of the Arkansas State Game and Fish Commission or is en route to or from a hunting area for the purpose of hunting game with a handgun or firearm;

 (6) The person is a certified law enforcement officer;

 (7) The person is on a journey beyond the county in which the person lives, unless the person is eighteen (18) years of age or less;.

 (8) The person is participating in a certified hunting safety course sponsored by the commission or a firearm safety course recognized and approved by the commission or by a state or national nonprofit organization  qualified and experienced in firearm safety;

 (9) The person is participating in a school-approved educational course or sporting activity involving the use of firearms; or

(10) The person is a minor engaged in lawful marksmanship  competition or practice or other lawful recreational shooting under the supervision of his or her parent, legal guardian, or other person twenty-one (21) years of age or older standing in loco parentis or is traveling to or from this activity a lawful marksmanship competition or practice or other  lawful recreational shooting with an unloaded handgun or firearm accompanied by his or her parent, legal guardian, or other person twenty-one (21) years of age or older standing in loco parentis. “

 

    Readers may examine the bill and/or download it in it’s entirety here in PDF format and decide for themselves as to which interpretation is correct .

 

Read more at Ammoland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beretta’s Blog Offers These Words Of Advice From A Woman

On Buying A Carry Gun For A Woman

 

 

 

 

” It seems men are more interested than ever in getting the ladies in their lives involved in shooting sports and self-defense. In their eagerness, they don’t always consider the fit, size, and function of guns, much less the tastes of their significant others. Here is what some women may have to say to their husbands regarding their expert choice of side-arms.

Dear husband,

  I’ve tried and tried to explain to you that I need to go choose and purchase a concealed carry gun. For some reason, you aren’t hearing my plea. I’m certain you understand the need to defend myself and our family. I’m not sure you recognize other facets that go along with my need to choose my own gun.

  I am a better shot than you, even with that over-sized, heavy gun you chose for me. Thanks to it, I now have huge shoulders and my spine is curved from attempting to lug it around in my purse. I have no fear of an assailant stealing said purse: it weighs too much.  It’s sure to bring him to the ground in an instant.”

The rest of the letter may be read here .

SC Gov. Haley Signs Bill Allowing Concealed Carry In Bars, Restaurants

 

 

” South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley signed S.308, the Concealed Carry Reform Bill, into law on Tuesday.

  The bill, among other improvements, allows concealed-carry permit holders to practice their Second Amendment rights in places that serve alcohol.

“ In an effort to preserve South Carolinians’ 2nd Amendment rights, the bill allows for gun owners with a Concealed Weapons Permit (CWP) to carry firearms in restaurants that serve alcohol, while also allowing an owner to ban individuals from carrying firearms in their establishment,” said a press release  on the event.’

 

Contrary to what the fear-mongers would have one believe , this is not an anti-business law , as businesses are free to choose whether they desire armed patrons or not .

 

” Moreover, establishments that serve alcohol are given the choice of whether they want to allow patrons to carry on their premises in the first place. They can ban concealed carry by simply posting signs that say “No guns allowed.”

  The full list of provisions, courtesy of Carolina Live.com: “

 

  The Second Amendment just got a little stronger in South Carolina . Bravo to the citizens , legislators and Governor Haley for making it happen . Guns.com has more details .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sheriff: Son Shoots Burglar ToSave Father’s Life During Stand-Off

 

 

 

 

 

” The homeowner also observed a Dodge pickup and flatbed trailer parked in the dark on the road near his house. The man saw the pickup truck was running with the keys in the ignition. He entered the suspect’s truck, turned the engine off and removed the keys. Suddenly, the suspect appeared and a confrontation ensued. The suspect managed to get the man’s rifle away from him, assaulting the man in the process.

  The homeowner’s son, awakened by the gunshots, saw the young male suspect raise the rifle and, fearing the suspect was about to shoot his father, shot the suspect, killing him instantly.
 
” We are a nation of laws. Our law protects the law-abiding citizens of our nation,” said Van Zandt County Sheriff Lindsey Ray. “It is unfortunate that a young man had to die this morning in our community because of a bad decision he made to violate the rights of a law-abiding citizen.” “

 

Sheriff Ray has his priorities in order.

 

 

 

 

 

 

California Homeowner Foils Home Invasion Attempt By Firing Shotgun, Police Say

 

Carla

 

 

” A California homeowner foiled an attempted home invasion Thursday when she grabbed her shotgun and fired near the suspects.

She said she saw one man in her backyard and another waiting by the car. Carla’s 90-year-old mother was also inside the home at the time, MyFoxLA.com reported.

Dressed in her nightgown, Carla grabbed her shotgun and fired at the ground near one of the suspects.  

“Hopefully this is going to tell these guys you know, I’m not a sitting duck,” she told MyFoxLA.com. “I’ve got a gun and I know how to use it,” she said. 

“You have to at some point in time, take responsibility yourself for your own safety and that’s all I was doing,” she said.”

 

Fox has the details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Man Charged With Killing Burleson County Deputy No Billed by Grand Jury

 

 

” A Burleson County Grand Jury declined to indict the man who shot and killed a Burleson County Sheriff’s Deputy who was serving a search warrant in December.

  Investigators were executing a search warrant at Henry McGee’s mobile home near Snook when the shooting happened.

  News 3 takes a look at why deputies had targeted McGee’s home.

  28-year-old Henry Magee is no longer charged in the shooting death of Burleson County Sheriff’s Deputy Adam Sowders.

  A grand jury decided there wasn’t enough evidence for him to stand trial on the capital murder charge.

  McGee admitted to shooting Sowders before sunrise on December 19th while the deputy and other investigators were serving a no knock search warrant for drugs at McGee’s mobile home near Snook.

  Magee’s Defense Attorney Dick DeGuerin says his client thought someone was breaking into his home and fired to protect his pregnant girlfriend and himself.

” Well we feel that the grand jury acted fairly and reasonably and had all of the information that it needed to make the decision that it did. That is that this was a justified shooting and, but we need to say that this is a tragedy,” Dick DeGuerin said.”

 

 

  Story continues here . Go here for our previous coverage of the no-knock raid and subsequent killing of the Deputy Sheriff .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing The MasterPiece Arms MPAR In 6.8 SPC

 

 

 

 

” MasterPiece Arms is continuing the development of their new and original MPAR series of rifles with the latest edition chambered for 6.8mm Remington SPC. A capable hunting cartridge, the rifle is finished to suit with a Vista Camo hydrographic pattern.

The company plans to introduce more 6.8 SPC MPAR rifles in the future with ATACS camo and matte black finishes, as they have done with their MPAR 5.56 rifles.

Like the other MPAR rifles, it is a carbine with a 16-inch barrel, adjustable telescopic, folding buttstock, modular free-floating handguard and short-stroke gas piston operating system. The hand guard has fixed Picatinny rails on the top and bottom but can be adjusted to suit the user’s needs with optional side rails. By default the hand guard is fit with quick-detach sling points on both side to match the QD sling points on the stock.”

 

 

Guns.com has more

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ready When You Need It Tactical Firearm Storage

 

Tactical Shelve

 

 

   A company from Virginia that specializes in hidden tactical storage for your firearms has come up with a new item(s) that are due to ship this month . Tactical Walls.com is a family owned and operated business in the beautiful Shenandoah valley .

 

 

” The founder, Tim Matter, is a husband and father. After four years of active duty in the USAF where he served as a crew chief on F-16′s, he attended the Art Institute of Philadelphia where he received a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design. He enjoys, creating and designing, as well as shooting, and riding motorcycles. He loves to make people laugh, and he is always working on some new project.    In addition to running  TACTICAL WALLS,  he is still a full-time designer in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Several weekends out of the year he can be found instructing high performance riding techniques at Cornerspin in North Carolina. He always seems to be on the go, but you can easily get in touch with him here, he’d love to talk with you. (He LOVES to talk!). “

 

 

   They offer a nice line of hidden storage units that are 100% American made and very reasonably priced , but what really caught our eye is the new Tactical Shelf unit that they are just now bringing to market .

 

Tactical Shelf Opened

 

 

     The Tactical Shelf is available in two models , the larger (above) that will hold a rifle/shotgun and pistol(s) and a smaller unit that will hold a couple of handguns . Here are the specs for the larger unit which sells for $380.00 :

 

” Our 1242 RLS (Rifle Length Shelf) is handmade right here in the United States! This product is an elegant storage solution for handguns and accessories. Comes standard in black with cherry finished wooden shelf. Includes: (1) 1242 RLS Shelf, (2) Magnetic Keys, (1) 42”x12”x1.5” Customizable Foam Pad, Mounting Hardware.

  This is currently available for preorder and will ship in February. Shipping is completely FREE for all preordered items.”

 

The 825 PLS – Pistol Length Shelf sells for $280.00 and looks like this :

 

 

PLS Tactical Shelf

 

    

 In addition to the tactical shelves they offer a range of other decorative firearm storage solutions to choose from including the wall unit described in the video below .

 

 

 

 

   These units look like just the ticket to keep your guns safe and handy while at the same time placating your partner’s decorating sensibilities . Learn more at TacticalWalls.com and see more at their YouTube channel .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homeowner Fires Gun At Suspect During Home Invasion

 

 

Ohio Home Invasion

 

 

” Keith Dennis was walking home when he was approached by two men. One of the suspects held a knife to Dennis’ back and demanded money.

“I thought I was going to die, to tell you the truth, because the knife was 10 inches long,” said Dennis.

  The men followed him home.

  Dennis had a friend sleeping upstairs who sensed something was wrong. He came down and fired shots at the men.

“ Right when I seen them get to the door, I popped and then they took of running, and I chased the one down, and I shot two more times trying to catch him,” said David Tucker.”

 

HT/Guns Save Lives

 

 

 

 

 

 

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