So should these kids have had access to the gun, or should the gun have been safely stored? Woman being choked by boyfriend is saved when son gets gun, daughter shoots, kills man.
The Gun-Hating-Left loves to say that kids should be locked away from firearms. (Or vice versa) But in this case, it might have ended with three innocents dead instead of one violent offender dead.
Investigators determined that Kelley had attacked Nierman and was choking her, yelling that he was going to cut her throat and kill everyone in the house.
Nierman’s son went and got a gun and her 15-year-old daughter took the gun from her brother and fired it twice, hitting Kelley in the chest.
So I wish someone from the gun-haters would explain to me how this would have ended better if the kids couldn’t take action. The DA, and the cops agree that this was justifiable self-defense. Which is a human-right. (Hat tip NRA Armed Citizen.)
His day didn’t turn out at all the way he planned it. Police: Ex-Boyfriend Kicks in Door, Takes Bullet to Chest from Mother of Five
She broke up with him, but apparently he has the “How dare you live without me!” attitude. He came to her home and began trying to break in. She called 911, and armed herself.
Law enforcement indicated that the ex-boyfriend finally made entry into the home and came at the mother, even though she was armed and warned that she would shoot. She eventually fired three rounds, one of which struck the ex-boyfriend in the chest.
Lt. Cook said, “She was in fear of her life and was trying to defend herself and her family and use necessary force she felt was appropriate at the time.”
He will survive to face some measure of justice.
Sounds like cops believe this is a case of self-defense, which is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.
Or that’s how I read this anyway. Police cite self-defense in death of man in Florissant
Police in the St. Louis suburb of Florissant say a woman who fatally shot a man inside her home was acting in self-defense.
911 was called when there was a “domestic dispute” in progress. Cops arrived to find Randall Gaston with gunshot wounds. He passed away.
The Left would have you believe that only bad things can happen when a gun is present in a domestic dispute. But people can be killed without guns. Without some means to equalize the situation, small people will be at the mercy of large people, the old and the infirm would be at the mercy of the young and the violent, and anyone could be overwhelmed by numbers.
Self-defense is a human-right.
They will do almost anything to charge someone, even when the circumstances are clear. DA files motion to withdraw involuntary manslaughter charges
The Criminal Justices System is not interested in Justice. It is interested in winning. Some members of the system are also interested in reinforcing the idea that you must be completely dependent on the state for your safety. (Otherwise they might be out of a job!) And they have not dropped all charges against this woman.
First let’s talk about the 911 tape. Originally the prosecutor had this woman – who shot her abusive husband – in jail on $100,000 bond. Her lawyer got that reduced to $25,000 when the judge heard the 911 tape.
On the 911 tape, Helena Crosby was heard begging dispatchers for help during the Sept. 24 incident. On the recording, dispatchers told Helena Crosby to lock the doors and stay inside while police were on the way, but as Helena Crosby and the dispatcher were talking her husband re-entered the home and Helena Crosby began to scream just moments before she allegedly shot him.
She is charged with aggravated assault and simple assault.
Helena Crosby’s attorney, Joel Wiest, of Sunbury, said the charges should have never been placed on his client because she is innocent. Wiest said his client acted in self-defense because she was physically abused for years by her husband.
“The facts unerringly show that Helena (Crosby) was in reasonable fear for her life at the time of the incident in question and therefore she can’t possibly be guilty of any of the charges against her,” Wiest said.
But the prosecutor – Northumberland County District Attorney Tony Matulewicz – can’t advance his own career with that story.
Not sure what he was trying to accomplish, but I’m pretty sure his day didn’t turn out as he planned. Suspect in break-in shot by ex-wife | Tulsa’s 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
He was trying to break into his ex-wife’s apartment. He has apparently be harassing her.
She shot him in the side.
No mention of a restraining order, or what he will be charged with. But I’m glad she realized that she needed a plan for her self-defense. (And the defense of her kids, who live with her.) Oklahoma has that wonderful “Make My Day” law, so the chances she will be charged with anything are slim.
Self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.
The “How dare you live without me” attitude rarely ends well for anyone. Mississippi man allegedly killed while breaking into ex’s home, family says otherwise | FOX13
He broke into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment through a window. He was shot and killed by her current boyfriend.
Predictably, the family of the dead-guy doesn’t believe any of it. He was a nice guy. He couldn’t fit through a window. Whatever.
Davis’s family said he wasn’t the type to start an altercation. Family members are now demanding to know how many times Davis was shot.
Police told the family Davis entered the apartment through a window, but family members believe he’s a too big to climb through a window.
No charges against the shooter, because self-defense is a human-right.
It didn’t turn out well for him. Police: No charges to be filed after man fatally shot at Lowcountry motel.
She left him, but he couldn’t leave it alone.
According to police, Blevins’ wife was visiting a male friend at the motel when her recently estranged husband showed up at the motel.
“Donovan Blevins, broke into the hotel room, by busting through a window, and gained entry into the room,” WPD officials said.
So while he was trying prove what a caveman he was, she shot him. He died from his wounds.
There will be no charges, because self-defense is a human-right.