Georgia Mother Shoots Home Intruder: 911 Tapes

9 Jan

ABCNews

Published on Jan 9, 2013

Melinda Herman’s husband calls his wife a hero, says, “she protected her kids.”

SOURCE: http://youtu.be/JcDk85ZOJUQ

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Joyce Lee Malcolm: Two Cautionary Tales of Gun Control

26 Dec

OPINION
December 26, 2012, 6:28 p.m. ET

After a school massacre, the U.K. banned handguns in 1998. A decade later, handgun crime had doubled.

By JOYCE LEE MALCOLM

Americans are determined that massacres such as happened in Newtown, Conn., never happen again. But how? Many advocate more effective treatment of mentally-ill people or armed protection in so-called gun-free zones. Many others demand stricter control of firearms.

We aren’t alone in facing this problem. Great Britain and Australia, for example, suffered mass shootings in the 1980s and 1990s. Both countries had very stringent gun laws when they occurred. Nevertheless, both decided that even stricter control of guns was the answer. Their experiences can be instructive.
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12-Year-Old Girl Shoots Intruder (As Seen On DRUDGE)

19 Oct

TheArmedCitizen

Published on Oct 19, 2012

Home alone, Kendra St.Clair hid in a closet when an unknown man broke into her house. When the man pursued her into the closet, she fired one shot with her mother’s .40-caliber pistol.

SOURCE: http://youtu.be/VPfz7ENFUB0

Armed Citizen Saves People at Grocery Store

28 Jul

32walter79

Published on Jul 28, 2012

There is too much debate about the Second Amendment, if someone wants to commit mass murder they can do it just as easily without a firearm. luckily there was an armed citizen willing to intervene, if he hadn’t been there with his gun there may have been a dozen or more people killed or injured.

SOURCE: http://youtu.be/sdEKsNUc2kQ

14-year-old Phoenix Boy Shoots, Nearly Kills Armed Intruder

23 Jun

Updated 6/23/2012 4:27 PM

PHOENIX (AP) – A 14-year-old boy shot and nearly killed an intruder who broke into his Phoenix home and pulled a gun on him while he was watching his three younger siblings, police said Saturday.
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The teen and his siblings, ages 8, 10 and 12, were at home alone when a woman rang the doorbell Friday afternoon, Phoenix police Officer James Holmes said.

The teen didn’t open the door because he didn’t recognize the woman.

Soon after, the teen heard a loud bang on the door, rushed his siblings upstairs and got a handgun from his parent’s bedroom.

When he got to the top of the stairs, he saw a man break through the front door and point a gun at him.

The boy shot the 37-year-old man, who was taken to a hospital in extremely critical condition and underwent surgery. The man was upgraded to critical condition and is expected to survive and be booked into jail within the week on counts of aggravated assault and burglary, Holmes said.

He said the suspect did not get a shot off. He declined to release his name until he is booked into jail.
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Wisconsin Concealed Carry Stops Armed Robbery

20 Feb

SurvivalPreparedness

Uploaded on Feb 20, 2012

A Wisconsin man opened fire on 2 grocery store robbery suspects. The man had just recently taken advantage of Wisconsin’s new laws that allow private citizens to obtain permits to carry guns in public. This is the first documented case of a CCW holder using a gun to stop a crime.

One of the suspects was armed with a shotgun. The store employs two security guards who were unable to stop the crime as they do not carry weapons themselves.

SOURCE: http://youtu.be/XaQsbdXQuZI

Upstate Waffle House Customer Shoots and Kills Armed Robber

21 Jan

Published: Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 2:41 p.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 2:41 p.m.

SPARTANBURG, S.C.– A customer at the Waffle House on Chesnee Highway shot and killed a gunman attempting to rob the business early Saturday morning, according to a report from the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies responded to a report of an armed robbery attempt at the Waffle House restaurant at 2230 Chesnee Highway at 1:13 Saturday morning. They discovered that two men had attempted to rob the business.

Deputies said a customer at the restaurant who was a concealed weapons permit holder attempted to thwart the robbery and hold the suspects at gunpoint with his handgun until authorities arrived. However, one man pointed his gun at the customer, who then shot and killed the suspect, deputies said. The other suspect fled the scene.

The report says no customers or employees were injured during this incident, but it was not known if the second suspect had been hit.
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