Monday, October 12, 2009

Pennsylvania: Robbery Victim Fatally Shoots Suspect: "Philadelphia homicide detectives are investigating a shooting death of an unidentified man around midnight in the city's Ogontz section of West Oak Lane. In this case it was the victim of a would-be robbery that turned the tables around on an armed bandit. The armed robber was shot when he tried to rob to his victim. The incident took place in the 6400 block of north 15th street in the city's Ogontz section in West Oak Lane. The 24-year-old armed suspect was pronounced dead at the scene of a chest wound. Police say the victim who he had targeted to rob was carrying a hand gun. When the suspect demanded all his money, the victim pulled out a gun and fired a shot killing the suspect, who was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say the suspect matches the description in two other hold-ups Saturday night and investigators say they do not expect to charge the victim."

Georgia 11 year old shoots at home invader: "An 11 year old Albany boy fired a shot during a home invasion last night. The boy shot a .357 magnum at a gunman who came into his house. The 11-year old told Police about 7:15 Wednesday night that several juveniles kicked in the back door at his home in the 200 block of Tremont Avenue. He said a boy with a pistol came into the house and pointed the gun at him. That's when the 11-year old fired the .357. He said that scared the home invader off. The Gang Unit is investigating because they think it could be gang related. They are not releasing the 11-year old's name for his protection."

GA: Bank manager pulls gun on armed robber and is fired: 'A former bank manager said Thursday that a life or death decision got him fired. The manager said he pulled a gun on a bank robber … Police credited the manager’s actions to the arrest of the suspect William Hunt. Wesley Hallman said it was common knowledge that he carried a pistol. The former manger said he felt safer with the gun when he opened the bank. Hallman said when he saw a would-be robber holding a gun in an employee’s face, he challenged the man with his gun … Hallman said he was called into the bank the next day and fired. Hallman said there is a bank policy that employees can’t carry weapons. The former branch manager said he knew violated company policy but he didn’t violate the law.”

ObamaCare could be used to ban guns in home self-defense: "Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus has something to say to gun owners: ‘Own a gun; lose your coverage!’ Baucus’ socialized health care bill comes up for a Finance Committee vote on Tuesday. We have waited and waited and waited for the shifty Baucus to release legislative language. But he has refused to release anything but a summary — and we will never have a Congressional Budget Office cost assessment based on actual legislation. Even the summary was kept secret for a long time.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And just how do they think they are going to know if you have a gun or not, unless thay enact national registration?