Nice try, but "no ceegar". Tell the WHOLE story next time, and you might gain a shred of credibilty. The guy acted properly in shooting an armed, drugged-out criminal in the act of a burglary who just COINCIDENTALLY turned out to be his drugged-up, adopted son.<quoted text>
That'll never happen.
But any nation that forces all airplane passengers to remove their shoes, after one failed shoe bomb attempt, yet allows it's citizens murdered at a rate of 32,000 per year by guns, is not evaluating the risks properly. DUH
I own guns. But I am very careful with them always stored broken down, clips kept separate, ammo under lock and key.
Trigger lock keys and ammo safe keys are always on me.
Anyone who keeps a loaded gun around for 'self protection' could end up like this man;
""A Connecticut man shot a masked intruder to death yesterday — only to find out the person he killed was his 15-year-old son.
Jeffrey Giuliano fired at his son Tyler at 1 a.m. in the tony town of New Fairfield as the teen was apparently trying to break into the home of a relative next door to his dad’s.
The elder Giuliano allegedly pulled the trigger as the boy — wearing a ski mask — came at him with what appeared to be a shiny object, sources said.
After the shooting, the elder Giuliano sat at the curbside and waited for cops, unaware of the slain intruder’s identity, a police source said.
A source said the father was in “utter shock.”