Liberty vs. Leviathan

Chronicling Liberty's battle against Leviathan

Doubting Dianne

Dianne Sawyer and ABC News would have you believe that carrying a concealed weapon for self-defense and the defense of others is an act of futility.  Two recent tragic events in South Carolina and one in Ohio cast doubt on their claim.

A robber who walked into the Columbia downtown Alcoholics Anonymous center, pulled out a gun and demanded money was killed in a burst of gunfire from an AA visitor’s gun, police said.


This is the second time in five weeks that a person with a concealed weapons permit has killed a person in the Midlands.

In early March, an Irmo pizza delivery man shot and killed an attacker who telephoned in a phony order. In that case, pizza man Christopher Miller shot and killed Paul Andrew Sturgill, 17, as Sturgill and three others tried to rob him, police said.


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One Response

  1. I think it is great to show stories of self defense. However, I think it is also important to show stories where compliance with a criminal results in death. Last month an Atlanta store owner complied with hands up as a robber emptied his till. Once the robber emptied the till, he turned to the store owner and shot him dead.

    One of the most powerful civilian defense stories I heard came from last year, when a woman in a Colorado mega church stopped an armed man who was about to go on a shooting rampage. If she had not been there, this man was ready to kill many people. I think if you google this story you will find it easily.

    As I think of more poignant stories I will let you know. I am also thinking about a commentary on their so called story.

    God Bless,


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