Where would all of these folks be had the Hate Groups CSVG and VPC gotten what they want.
A disarmed taxpayer and armed bad guys?
The victims would be dead, those mentioned groups would be squealing for more gun control and gun free zones, which any one with a couple of clicking brain cells can tell you does not work. But folks named Josh and Joan and Lance will argue otherwise. They want victims to dance on and light candles for. Thye must find it difficult to dofor the bad guys.
One man was killed and another was at large Wednesday after a woman put her father’s lesson in firearms to use during a burglary in southeast Oak Cliff.“I just hate that she didn’t get both of them,” said Charles Brown, the homeowner.Dallas police say Brown’s daughter was upstairs about 11:30 a.m. when the two men kicked down the front door of the family’s home on Concordia Lane, southwest of Camp Wisdom and Houston School roads.The woman, alerted by a home alarm, fired several shots at the men, striking at least one of them as they charged up the stairs.
Both men ran out the front door, where one of them collapsed. Isaiah Phillip Williams, 19, of Dallas was taken to Methodist Dallas Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
The second man fled and had not been found, according to Dallas police Senior Cpl. Sherri Jeffrey. A blue Chevrolet Impala with temporary tags believed to belong to one of the intruders was towed from the scene.
Brown said he taught his adult daughter to use a gun after a string of burglary attempts at the family’s home.CHANCEFORD TOWNSHIP, Pa. —State police said a suspect was shot during a home invasion Tuesday in Chanceford Township, York County.Four suspects were involved in the home invasion in the 3700 block of Brownton Road, state policesaid.Police say two of the men, including James Herlth, 20, of Red Lion, entered Douglas Downs’ home on Brownton Road. Downs shot Herlth in the chest with a handgun he had in his recliner, state police said. The gunshot wound caused Herlth to fall down a flight of stairs, according to police.
Police said the other suspect in the house then exchanged fire with Downs, but no one was hit.
The third suspect helped Herlth from the home into a vehicle driven by the fourth suspect and left the home, police said.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012GAFFNEY, S.C. –A Gaffney convenience store clerk fended off two armed robbers when he shot one of them with a handgun he had nearby, police said Tuesday morning.Gaffney Police Chief Rick Turner said two men, one of them armed with a semi-automatic rifle and who had just been released from jail earlier that evening, walked into the Bargain Spot on Cherokee Avenue around 8:30 Monday night and tried to rob the clerk.The man with the rifle stood at the door while the second man demanded the money bag, Turner said. But the store clerk was able to grab his handgun and fire at the man with the rifle.
Both men ran away from the store, and about an hour later police found one of the robbers who had been shot twice. Turner identified him as Lee Tate and said he was taken to the hospital, released, and then charged with armed robbery.
For the second time in a month, a Kansas City business owner has shot and wounded people breaking into a warehouse he owns.
The Kansas City Star reports the latest incident occurred Sunday morning when the 74-year-old man responded to an alarm at the vacant warehouse. Police say the owner opened fire on two men who were inside, stealing copper.