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The Case for Self-Defense After a Massacre: A Look at the Luby's Massacre

exblackbird Wrote: Jan 08, 2013 7:27 PM
i have repeated this story over and over and over again. this woman obeyed the law.......seeing a no weapons sign on the cafe, left her gun in her automobile. and at what price..............people die that day..............including her parents. doesnt make any sense................does it??

In 1991, a man named George Hennard drove his truck through the front of a Luby's Cafateria in Killeen, Texas. It wasn't an accident. He hadn't lost control of his vehicle but instead was there to kill. After crashing into the restaurant, Hennard jumped out and started killing as many people as he could. Dr. Suzanna Gratia was there that day eating lunch with her parents. At the time, it was a felony in the state of Texas to carry a firearm inside a purse and Gratia left her gun in the car. Al Gratia, her father, attempted to rush...