How Should a 91-year-old React to a Robber?

If he’s a concealed carry permit holder, he can defend himself. Police: Man, 91, shoots suspected robber in Eastpointe

“The suspect approached and began to act erratic. (The victim) told him he had a gun, he warned him three or four times and even had the gun pointed at him,” Campbell said. “But the suspect kept coming and pointed an unknown object at the victim.”

The cops found the guy – still acting erratic – with a gunshot wound to the neck.

Currently the police are treating it like a self-defense shooting.

Self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad-Guys 0. (Hat tip to Dana Loesch)

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