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12-Year-Old Defends Herself with Gun, Proves Need of 2nd Amendment

Storm13 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 5:32 PM
Archie19543, you obviously need to do some research before you make ridiculous posts. Oklahoma has a "Stand-your-ground Law", therefore the 12 year old committed no crime whatsoever. Second, no license is needed in Oklahoma to have firearms in private residences. Oklahoma also has no laws prohibiting private gun ownership with homes that have children in them. Third, Oklahoma does not have any minimum age law that a child can babysit. Fourth, obviously the 12 year old in question was taught how to shoot, as the intruder can verify. Based on all these points, as well as the fact that no charges have been filed against the parents, proves your argument is futile and that you are nothing more than another liberal zealot.
rwright Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 8:21 PM
How would she feel, for the rest of her life, if the intruder had been a policeman and she killed him, leaving a widow, and probably children fatherless?
realjd Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 2:47 AM
Here we go again. How or if or what if. Praise this girl for what she did, it took more courage
than apparently you have. Viet vet.
WestCoastKitty Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 5:45 AM
Protecting yourself from a criminal is a crime?

As the left continues to advocate for further restrictions on the Second Amendment, others are using it to save their lives.

This past Wednesday a young 12-year old girl in Bryan County, Oklahoma was able to protect her life when an intruder kicked in her back door and entered her house. Frantically, she called her mother who advised her to grab their household gun, hide in the closet, and call 911.

The intruder made his way through the house, and as he was opening the door of the closet, the young girl shot him through the closet door. The intruder...