Sean D. Sorrentino brings us the tragic story of a woman forced to shoot her estranged husband in front of their daughter. The ACRAs will undoubtedly use this incident to further their calls for tearing down the long-held American traditions of standing your ground and being able to resist those with criminal intent by using effective tools. Sean does a good job of illustrating why that position is folly, but what really caught my eye was this:
Personally I don’t care if you’re Freddy Kreuger or Mother Theresa. If you break into my house, I’m going to put bullet holes in you. And then I’m going to sue your estate for the cleaning bill.