A 61 year-old Chicago man is facing no charges after two little boys received wounds, one to the head, on his proprty
The Chicagoan, a licensed koncealed-karry killer waiting for an excuse to “shewt him some bad guys” (or whatever it is overcompensating gun fetishists tell themselves) found the two boys playing in his home, which was being renovated.
A “lawful gun owner” apparently snapped when he discovered someone trying to break into his house around midnight.
The homeowner, a former Marine, was sleeping and was awakened when he heard a noise on his back porch. Seeing someone trying to break in, he grabbed his legally-owned gun and then went absolutely crazy with not firing his weapon and ordering the would-be intruder to leave.
A 29-year-old man is hospitalized and expected to survive a gunshot wound received from a trigger-happy Illinoisan.
Wait, that’s not right. Let’s try that again.
A 29-year-old unannounced, uninvited house guest was warned and then shot once while attempting to break in to an innocent Illinoisan’s home around midnight. The criminal is expected to survive his wounds.
Reginald Gildersleeve, 55, is dead. He was shot in the chest around 7 P.M. at a small store on the Southwest Side of Chicago, a rarity in this bastion of gun control.
Why was he shot? According to Chicago Police, Mr. Gildersleeve felt it necessary to mask himself and walk into this store/currency exchange house and rob the 55 year-old woman and the 17 year-old girl assisting her.
An 82-year-old Good Gal With A Gun was forced to Be Her Own First Responder when an unknown man came up to her home and started knocking around 7:40 a.m.
Not knowing the individual, the woman did not answer the door and instead called the police to request they come check it out. She then armed herself with her .38 and awaited the arrival of Law Enforcement.