Friday, January 11, 2013

Guns Save Lives: Pharmacy Owner Shoots Armed Intruder, Gun Owning Georgia Mother Stops Home Invasion

There are many cases where good people, with guns, stop bad people.  The mainstream media has such an extreme anti-gun bias, that I feel that my work, and the work of others, like The Media Speaks, to document the many cases where guns are used for good, is vital.

This week brought two new examples of why private gun ownership is necessary.  In Madera, California, a pharmacy owner shot a man, who came into his pharmacy and began immediately shooting at the pharmacy owner and his mother, in apparent robbery, murder attempt.  (Local News Video Report Below)




In the next report, a Georgia mother was forced to hide, with her children, in an attic crawl space, to try to get away from a home intruder.  When the suspect, 32-year-old Paul Slater, continued after the mother and children, the mother shot Slater, seriously wounding him.  The Christian Science Monitor reports, "Melinda Herman grabbed a handgun and hid in a crawl space with her two children when a man broke in last week and approached the family at their home northeast of Atlanta, police said. Herman called her husband on the phone, and with him reminding her of the lessons she recently learned at a shooting range, Herman opened fire, seriously wounding the burglary suspect."  (Video below)



Here at The Goodman Chronicle, I have been documenting 'guns save lives' examples, and here are a few as of recent:

-  14 year Old Shoots Armed Home Intruder While Baby-Sitting Younger Siblings (link)
-  Woman pulling a gun on a man who was exposing himself in the state of Washington (link)
-  Twelve year old shooting a home invader in the state of Oklahoma (link)
-  In Utah, a citizen with a gun stopped a knife wielding man as he began stabbing people (link)