A Triple Self-Defense?

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Posted in category guns

Another successful defense of the castle. By all appearances, it seems to be a home invasion with no connection between the homeowner and the suspects. Yet the press prints this (note the comparison):

“This is a triple homicide. We want to make sure we cross all our t’s and dot our i’s. We need the maximum amount of information before filing charges… Hopefully, as we go forward, we’ll see whether the facts meet the law,” Thorp said during the press conference.

The AR-15 was the weapon used in mass shootings such as Newtown, the Aurora movie theater in Colorado and San Bernardino.

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One Response to A Triple Self-Defense?

  1. clark says:

    May 16th, 2017 at 11:02 am

    It’s really difficult to understand the thinking process of those who are against the tools of self-defense. The urge to, ‘roll over, belly up’ I don’t understand that. …Maybe, if you’re a dog? But, even dogs don’t go belly up in the face of danger! Perhaps, that’s what has occurred, are people becoming beyond, dog-like? I m constantly shocked that people can accept – and embrace – becoming beyond, dog-like. [Nothing against dogs.] The mass conditioning/fluoridation/climate engineering is working?
    Seems that way when I read Economic Policy Journal attacking those who notice facts as presented at TheHousingBubbleBlog which indicate an impending crash by calling them, ‘Austrian Lites’. I think of you every time I see EPJ use that phrase, … as if we need infighting, yeesh.

    There’s no doubt that TheDailyBell isn’t correct when they say the crash isn’t an event, it’s a process. I just wish more people would wise up about how they are being played. Thanks for being a voice for those who would listen.

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