Dept. Of Righteous Shootings

From one of my favorite small towns in America, Tuscaloosa AL comes this little bit of family protection:

Executive summary:  Ex-boyfriend gets nasty, girl’s brother comes to her defense, and ex-boyfriend assumes room temperature soon thereafter.  The details?

“[Ex-boyfriend] Giles had been in a previous relationship with the sister,” Kennedy said. “It was reported that Giles had been physically abusive to her in the past … The residents reported that during the day Saturday Giles made threats to come to the apartment. Giles later arrived at the apartment, broke down the door, entered, and began physically assaulting the sister. As this was occurring, her brother armed himself. The brother fired his weapon and Giles was struck, and did not survive.”

…and justice takes its course.


    1. According to his barber Khalin Binion
      — I am not making this up —
      Khalin remembers Namarcus as a good man, a leader, a kind and loving father just getting back into the life of his child.
      So, apparently, the door breaking was a one-time sort of behavior…

      1. good. busting down doors and attacking people shouldn’t become repeated actions let alone a habit. Perhaps his actions will serve as a warning to the perps child and others; don’t make it a habit to bust down doors and attack people

      2. Breaking down a door and beating a woman just _once_ is one time too many. But her brother says he beat her before. If he’d been shot then…

  1. I know that I am preaching to the choir but this quote from Lt Col Jeff Cooper is just as accurate now as it was when he said it

    “If violent crime is to be curbed, it is only the intended victim who can do it. The felon does not fear the police, and he fears neither judge nor jury. Therefore what he must be taught to fear is his victim.” – Jeff Cooper

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