A group formed in urban Philadelphia wants to replace more gun regulations, buybacks and rhetoric with firearms training, education, and concealed carry permits.
After drinking at a friend’s house, the group of teens began banging repeatedly on the man’s door, believing it was someone else’s home.
Patrick Decker had a colorful criminal history that included two convictions for 1st degree rape, kidnapping, assault and burglary.
NRA News commentator and Pew Pew Life guru Colion Noir appeared on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition to debunk criticism of the group not saying more on Castile’s death.
Authorities say multiple suspects broke into the home, but one didn’t make it out and was found dead when police arrived.
After robbing the business and its patrons, the suspect walked outside but was followed by one of his victims, who was also packing heat.
The off-duty officer stopped for lunch just after 3:00 p.m. but was promptly met by a man shoving a gun in his face and demanding cash.
The homeowner was also killed during the violent encounter, but he protected his wife and ensured the suspect would not be breaking into any more homes.
The shooting of a concealed carry permit holder with a minor criminal record during a traffic stop in Minnesota quickly turned into “Why Black Lives Don’t Matter To The NRA” (actual headline).
Police said the suspect, who had a prior criminal history but no dealings with local authorities, had frequented the store but never caused any problems.