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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 6:40 pm 
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I'm starting a thread for examples /occurrences of where people utilized their 2nd Amendment rights to defend themselves, their family, or their property. This way they are easy to locate.

Let's start it off with this one:

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SUSPECT DEAD ON PORCH AFTER HOMEOWNER’S SHOT BLOWS HIM OUT OF HOUSE

by AWR HAWKINS 1 May 2015

On April 29, a homeowner in East Knox County, Tennessee, reportedly awoke to the sound of glass breaking, drew a bead on the alleged intruder, and blew the suspect out of the house with one shot. When police arrived, they found him dying on the porch.

According to ABC 6, the homeowner shot from his bedroom, striking 40-year-old James Melvin Vinson, who was in the living room.

Police said, “Vinson had an extensive criminal history with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and Knoxville Police Department and had two outstanding warrants in Knox County, related to a theft charge and a violation of probation.”

“Vinson was also wanted by police “for aggravated armed burglary,” according to Local 8, which also reports that the homeowner fired one shot from a Glock handgun as Vinson was allegedly “trying to crawl” through a broken window. The homeowner’s one shot knocked Vinson out the window and onto the porch.

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 Post subject: Re: Self defense incidents
PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 7:29 pm 
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Another happy outcome. I approve.


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 Post subject: Re: Self defense incidents
PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 8:06 pm 
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Sort of a reverse of the wolf and the three little pigs. ;-)

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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 8:22 pm 
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That was the hsitorical use of a porch...to greet your neighbors. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Self defense incidents
PostPosted: Mon May 04, 2015 1:39 am 
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http://www.gazettetimes.com/news/nation ... 35c1f.html

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4 HOURS AGO • BY MARTIN GRIFFITH

Police are hailing a man who shot and killed a would-be carjacker outside a Utah grocery store, saying he did the right thing by coming to the aid of the vehicle's owner.

The 31-year-old man with a concealed weapons permit was in the Macey's parking lot in Orem, 45 miles south of Salt Lake City, when he heard a woman's screams as she was being pulled from her SUV by the suspect Saturday, investigators said.

Police Capt. Ned Jackson said he does not think the shooter would face charges because he only fired his 9 mm pistol after the 27-year-old suspect lunged at him in an effort to grab the gun.
Jackson also cited Utah law, which allows the use of guns for self-defense and to prevent the commission of a forcible felony, including an attempted car theft. The fact the suspect was unarmed makes no difference because he tried to steal the SUV and posed a threat to the man, he added.

"I think you'll have some people say he (shooter) didn't have proper training, and some people will say stealing the car shouldn't be a capital offense," Jackson said. "I think you'll have other people who will say the citizen shouldn't have turned himself into a judge and jury."

"But I think he did the right thing by being involved and helping the woman. If it was someone's mother or sister, would they want this guy to step in and help them?" he added.

Advocates of gun control have said that the data show allowing more people to carry guns does not stop crime. Representatives of the Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah and the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence did not immediately return calls for comment on Sunday.

Utah is one of the most gun-friendly states in the United States, and it is among more than a dozen states that issue concealed-carry permits to residents of other states. About two-thirds of the nearly 577,000 permits Utah has issued in the last two decades have gone to residents from other states.

The requirements are fairly simple: Anyone 21 or older who passes a criminal background check and takes a firearms course taught by an instructor certified by Utah can get the permit.

As the bystander approached the SUV, the suspect was sitting in the driver's seat and the woman was reaching in to try to grab her purse, according to police. The suspect also was trying to get the vehicle into gear and flee while pushing the woman out.

The suspect would not have been shot had he complied with the man's requests to get out of the car and wait until police arrived, Jackson said. The woman's life could have been at risk if the suspect drove off with her or ran over her while backing out, he added.

"I don't think this man got out of the car saying 'I'm going to shoot this guy,'" Jackson said. "The suspect really is the one making the decisions driving the whole thing. I think it's admirable he (shooter) heard someone's screams for help and stepped in to help."

The names of the shooter and suspect have not been released. Police plan to release more details, including the suspect's name, on Monday. Plans also call for the eventual release of the shooter's name.

The shooter was cooperative and gave statements to detectives, Jackson said. He had stopped at the store to buy food before going out for target shooting.

He fired one round at the suspect, hitting him in the chest. The suspect later died at a hospital.

No other injuries were reported.

The suspect allegedly assaulted a woman earlier Saturday and drove to the Macey's parking lot in a stolen pickup. Once there, he exited the truck and tried to carjack the woman, police said. The suspect was being sought on arrest warrants for felony robbery and burglary and some misdemeanor charges.

Police will submit a report on their investigation to the Utah County attorney's office, which will decide whether charges are warranted in the case.


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 Post subject: Re: Self defense incidents
PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2015 2:05 pm 
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In my hood!

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The State Attorney's Office will not file any charges against the man who shot and killed Dakota Fields in January at the Waffle House restaurant on Palm Beach Boulevard.

Jehrardd Williams, 28, was the shooter at the Waffle House, but the reports released this week indicate Williams feared for his life when he fired three shots at Fields.

Fields and several friends were in the restaurant early in the morning on Jan. 5 after drinking the night before. The report says the group was loud and seemingly intoxicated when an argument started.
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Racist trailer trash gets bagged via concealed carry. Well done, Mr Williams

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 Post subject: Re: Self defense incidents
PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2015 2:23 pm 
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In my hood!

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FORT MYERS, FL -
The State Attorney's Office will not file any charges against the man who shot and killed Dakota Fields in January at the Waffle House restaurant on Palm Beach Boulevard.

Jehrardd Williams, 28, was the shooter at the Waffle House, but the reports released this week indicate Williams feared for his life when he fired three shots at Fields.

Fields and several friends were in the restaurant early in the morning on Jan. 5 after drinking the night before. The report says the group was loud and seemingly intoxicated when an argument started.
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Racist trailer trash gets bagged via concealed carry. Well done, Mr Williams



Looks pretty cut and dry.

The cameras don't lie in this case.


I've eaten at Waffle House before but generally do it during daylight hours.

As a 24/7 establishment the crazies are going to come out during the late night/early morning hours.

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 Post subject: Re: Self defense incidents
PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2015 2:34 pm 
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Ironically, this is the same self-defense argument advanced by the white-Hispanic.

This time, properly, there is no witch hunt supported by the WH, DOJ and NBC news.

If you ask me going into a restaurant with no shirt shows the POS to be pure trash and the waffle house manager could rightly have shot him for that.

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I have no objections to the outcome of that case.


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http://www.breitbart.com/california/201 ... ic-abuser/

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WOMAN USES BB GUN TO STOP ALLEGED DOMESTIC ABUSER

by AWR HAWKINS 12 May 2015

On May 11 a woman in Chico, CA used a BB gun to shoot a former boyfriend and stop him from allegedly attacking her.

The incident took place around 3:40 p.m.

According to the Oroville Mercury-Register, the woman shot her former boyfriend “three times at an apartment on West Sacramento Avenue near Warner Street.” The BB gun left the boyfriend with “minor injuries” — which police described as “superficial” — but which were sufficient to stop the alleged attack.

Police say the woman used the BB gun in self-defense.

The former boyfriend will likely face charges for “suspicion of domestic violence.”

Police have not released the name of the man or the woman involved in the incident.

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