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Man Who Does Not Believe In Guns Now Views Concealed Permit Holders as Angels

On January 11th, 2012, Kevin Dorsey walked to his car from a bar near the picturesque Hermann Park area in Houston, Texas.  Before he closed the door, a man with a ski mask shoved a gun into Kevin’s chest and robbed him of his car keys, wallet and cell phone, then ran away.

Christopher Hutchins, the robber, thought he got away with his crime, until a couple of people who had concealed weapons permits drove by, asked Kevin what happened and then started to chase the robber.  A gunfight ensued and the robber was hit.

This was not Christopher’s lucky day, as he jumped over a fence to escape and was attacked and held by a large German Shepherd until police arrived.  The perp was taken to a hospital.

Kevin Dorsey was quoted as saying “I don’t believe in guns. I don’t own a gun. I’m totally at the mercy of my saviors. They obviously sent two angels to help me. These people protected me when I couldn’t protect myself.”

Even anti-gun people appreciate being saved by law-abiding citizens who are permitted to carry concealed firearms.

Robber Shot by Convenience Store Clerk in Houston, Texas

On December 28th, 2012, a robber probably thought he would get some easy cash by holding up a convenience store in Houston, Texas.  The clerk retrieved a firearm and shot the perp.  The interrupted robbery ended with the perpetrator being taken to the hospital.

Mother Defends Two Daughters and Herself from Attacker

Earnest Gonzales went to his ex-girlfriend’s home and tried to kick in the door.  He left as soon as police were called.  He waited until two in the morning, threatened to kill her and her children, broke open the door and started beating her and her two daughters – age 16 and a newborn baby.

She managed to retrieve her legally-owned .380 pistol and then shot Gonzales, her attacker.  He collapsed outside where police found him.  He died at a hospital. Continue reading

Armed Citizen Saves Policeman’s Life

On Sunday, August 26, 2012, Charles Conner shot and killed two of his neighbors and their dogs with a firearm.  Sergeant Steven Means responded to the call reporting the shooting.  He was fired upon as soon as he left his police car.

Means took cover behind his cruiser and returned fire with his AR-15.  He was unable to get a clear shot on Conner as Conner was behind a tree with a better sight advantage.

A neighbor, Vic Stacy, armed himself and went outside.  He saw Sergeant Means was pinned down and he moved to a spot where he had an opportunity to shoot Conner in the thigh from 165 yards.  Conner was distracted and was shot by Stacy three more times from that distance. Continue reading