The picture above shows the holes that were shot into the pizza deliveryman’s car.
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From ABC Channel 10 TV in Miami, Florida (Wednesday, June 24, 2015):
A Domino’s pizza delivery driver shot and killed a robber in Hollywood, police said.
The shooting happened shortly before 1 a.m.
A new study attempts to debunk the claim that gun owners rely on their firearms for self-defense.
The Violence Policy Center released a study Wednesday that finds people are much more likely to use a gun to kill someone without cause than to protect themselves.
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The robbery and shooting took place at 10:30 PM on Friday night just as the couple was leaving the Shell’s restaurant at 2101 East Fowler Avenue. Without for the permit carrier’s fast actions, From Tampa Bay, Florida (CBS-TV Channel 10 News):
. . . According to Tampa Police Department, the two suspects approached the victims with a gun drawn while the victims were leaving the Shells restaurant.
Conyers, Georgia, Sunday, May 31, 2015, The Rockdale Citizen
Often it is claimed that citizens who stop mass public shootings don’t get news coverage because they stop anyone from being killed. But in this case two people were killed before the permit holder was able to stop the attack.
The fact that the police shook the permit holder’s hand says it all. Apparently this is the second time that the permit holder has used his gun in self defense. As the TV anchorwoman says, the permit holder certainly doesn’t plan on becoming a victim any time soon. In this case the permit holder was black and the criminal was white. …
From KSL TV in Orem, Utah:
A 27-year-old man was fatally wounded in the parking lot of an Orem grocery store Saturday morning when he was shot by a man attempting to stop him from carjacking a woman’s SUV, Orem police said.
Capt. Ned Jackson of the Orem Police Department said the man who shot the would-be carjacker had a weapon and a concealed weapons permit.
Last year, Michael Bloomberg’s gun control organization launched a “six-figure ad campaign” pressuring Kroger to ban guns on its property. The extensive campaign had “print and digital ads in USA Today, the Cincinnati Enquirer, Columbus Dispatch, Detroit Free Press, Detroit News and Houston Chronicle. Print-only ads will run in the Tennessean.”
On April 22nd, fortunately a concealed handgun permit holder who was leaving a Kroger had his handgun with him.…
A 74-year-old woman in Fort Worth, Texas stopped a robber who had a knife to her throat (a video from the local Fox affiliate is available here):
Jewell Turner, 74, told NBC 5 she was waiting in her minivan outside of her doctor’s office, near the corner of West Magnolia Avenue and 6th Avenue in the city’s Near South Side, when a man tapped on the glass of her driver’s side window.
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
Police say a car theft goes awry when the owner of the car spots the thief take off, and jumps on the hood of the car.
The owner of Fast Trac car wash showed us surveillance of the ordeal. The video shows a bystander watching the car drive off with the woman on the hood; he takes out his gun, and chases it.
From WCPO-TV Channel 9 in Cincinnati about a defensive gun use in Dayton, Ohio:
A 16-year-old Middletown High School football player wanted to buy the new Air Jordans on sale Saturday morning at the Dayton Mall.