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Gun Carrying Man Stops Stabbing Spree in Utah

dconnelly Wrote: Aug 25, 2012 1:35 PM
A blunt force stabbling hurts worse than a sharp point stabbling. And by the logic that a knife should never be sharp eough to cut yourself or anyone else, whatever are we going to do with whips and cuts caused by paper? And do we also need to limit the size of books that can be used to knock someone senseless and possibly cause brain or spinal damage? And while we're at it, let's just create laws that anything that can be thrown such as glass vases or plates is made out of something that won't perhaps blind you when it breaks. And for baseball bats, pehaps we just need to a law that you can't lift anything that could be used to harm someone else... But we'll also need to deal with the harm from horses once cars are outlawed... ai yi y

Another Second Amendment success story: A man carrying a gun in a Utah grocery store stopped a man that went on a stabbing spree after purchasing the knife in the store.

Espinoza says, the knife wielding man seriously injured two people. "There is blood all over. One got stabbed in the stomach and got stabbed in the head and held his hands and got stabbed all over the arms."

Then, before the suspect could find another victim - a citizen with a gun stopped the madness. "A guy pulled gun on him and told...

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