Tuesday, February 7, 2017

"Senseless Death"

That's how the police chief in Decatur, GA (I assume, since they didn't say so in the news item). describes the death of a man who was killed by his wife as he attacked her in her home. I guess it's a good thing he doesn't get to define this death legally, or he'd put her away for a long stretch for defending herself against an out-of-control husband. To some anti gun fools, I guess, ANY use of a gun in self defense is a "senseless death." And it was. But not for her, for him. He didn't need to attack her, and she defended herself and her children. It was "senseless" for HIM to force her into this action, which caused her to kill the father of those children, which they will always remember. If the law barred her from owning a gun, the "senseless death" might have been hers. Which again proves my point that the best defense against an attacker is a gun in your hand. (WALB 10 News)

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