Great grand mother defends herself.

Discussion in 'Firearms in the Media' started by Mosin, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. Mosin

    Mosin Well-Known Member

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  2. Marlinman

    Marlinman New Member

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    This is the way it was before and the way it should still be this way.

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  3. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

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    Good for her she's black...my grandmother would been charged with a hate crime for talking 11 shots at a young man who was just about to turn his life around...:rolleyes:
     
  4. collegekid20

    collegekid20 New Member

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    And if this happened in NY a year from now she'd only have 7 shots to defend herself. Too bad none of them hit
     
  5. JonM

    JonM Moderator

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    she is prolly a retired new york police officer... heh
     
  6. PanBaccha

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    " .... all those men on the bus and none of them intervened ..." None of them intervened in the 'land of the free and home of the BRAVE.' Ha! Brave, my a$$! :(
     
  7. AIKIJUTSU

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    Good for her. It's crazy how people will just sit and watch somebody else be violently attacked like watching a spectator sport. People are too selfish and cowardly to take any risk for the benefit of others. Several years ago, I was driving up a busy street in Indianapolis, near a large shopping mall, and saw 2 cars beside the roadway, and a man punching and kicking a woman who was flat on her back on the street. I stopped, went up to them, and as I approached, the man turned toward me and yelled, "She's my wife", as if that made it OK. I cold-cocked him, and another lady, the lady's friend, got the victim into a car and said she was taking her to the hospital. When the man came to, he got into a car being driven by his "friend", and drove off. The whole time this was going on, there was a crowd of at least 200 people standing and watching, none of them even offering to help. When the cops arrived, they were chastising me for getting involved, said I could have been shot or stabbed. It's almost like an unwritten law that you don't intervene when a violent crime is in progress. A pitiful remnant of a country where our forefathers daily defended each other and respected women. No wonder people don't respect the rights of others to defend themselves, and want guns banned.
     
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