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    Default A good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun - A GOOD OLD AMERICAN ADAGE

    [COLOR=#2B2B2B]The man entered the Greenwood Park Mall with a rifle and several magazines of ammunition and began firing in the food court, Greenwood Police Department Chief Jim Ison said.
    [COLOR=#2B2B2B]A 22-year-old from nearby Bartholomew County who was legally carrying a firearm at the mall shot and killed the gunman, Ison said at a news conference.

    Image what a few articles like this might do to the mass murder rate in the States.

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    Good for him, no wasted money on lawyers and feeding him in jail.

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    A good thing done by a gun , funny how no one talks about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisherman View Post
    Good for him, no wasted money on lawyers and feeding him in jail.
    Exactly my thoughts!!!

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    It'll be interesting to see how the media reacts to the fact a good guy took out the bad guy? What a conundrum. LOL
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    But will it end so well the next time it happens ?
    Good Luck & Good Hunting !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    It'll be interesting to see how the media reacts to the fact a good guy took out the bad guy? What a conundrum. LOL
    If You read the related article- they minimalize the "number"of this "defense"act happening.They quickly bring up the poor fellow,who was shot in Arvada,in 2021 by an overzealous cop ,after the poor guy dispatched a crazy murdering lunatic-but was promptly shot by a Police(click on link )You will see,how much they already belittle and brush aside this,NO MATER who says what-a brave and LIFE SAVING act.

    https://www.cnn.com/2022/07/17/us/in...ing/index.html
    https://www.cpr.org/2022/06/22/olde-...johnny-hurley/
    Last edited by gbk; July 18th, 2022 at 12:49 PM.

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    Some of the left dont think he was a good Samaritan good people don't carry guns to a mall.

    If there was no guns it wouldn't of happened in the first place .

    Not sure how killing a guy can be called a good Samaritan.

    Even CNN seemed upset that a good person saved lives from an active shooter.


    You can't win someone will always disagree.


    That good Samaritan is a hero and saved who knows how many lives.



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    When deranged lunatics in America have a constitutional right to buy an assault rifle and high-capacity magazines and too often trot off to kill people in public places carrying a defensive weapon in the U.S. makes some sense. It seems to have escaped America however that if you address the first point you won't have a need for the second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badenoch View Post
    When deranged lunatics in America have a constitutional right to buy an assault rifle and high-capacity magazines and too often trot off to kill people in public places carrying a defensive weapon in the U.S. makes some sense. It seems to have escaped America however that if you address the first point you won't have a need for the second.
    Some of the last few shooters were know to police the Uvalde shooter was actually nicknamed "school shooter" before he shot up the school. The one previously had a history with police and even reported of doing it in the past . Most of these lunatics are predictable and have already made the threat previously to their actions.

    The subway guy had a history and also posted threats for years before his actions.


    They are predictable people ever noticed what all the school shooter's look like ? All the same lol.



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