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Source: Fox News - Atlanta Georgia
January 06, 2013
Maybe the parole board will get it right this time. Good job mom.
Good job mom. You hardly ever see the mainstream media reporting any story like this, "unless" they are taking up for the criminal who was injured or killed by an evil gun owner. In the liberal media and other anti-gun crazies eyes, all law-abiding gun owners are either evil, stupid or we just don't know what is best for us.
Bam! more word should get out to bad guys breaking into someones home that might be the last time your here on earth to do that.
Hope she gets to testify before congress about the value of the Second Ammendment to her!
Sad that National media ignores this story and how a Woman Protected her family with a lawful firearm useage! Congratulations You had Great Courage Mom!!!
I watched the story on my local news here in Hotlanta Too bad she didn't kill him. Last things I heard was that he was in critical condition awaiting surgery.
Way to go mom!!
A courageous mother who protected her children at all costs.
Never interfere with a mom of any species when she is protecting her young.
AMEN SISTER now Reload and protect your family!!!
Sheesh, this guy seemed like villain from the movie Halloween. Good going Mom!
Exactly why the right to bear arms by lawful citizens should not be infringed upon by our government or our elected leaders!
If you have a .38, buy some good ammo...
This is awsome. And they want to take weapons from the law abiding citizen. Wonder if the governement has read this article?
Note to self: never buy a 38 caliber revolver.
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