Buddy Zercool has a post up venting about a Local Murder Go over his way and read the whole post.
From the linked story, I’m taking away this
Village police allege that Bryan M. Ashline, 23, of Watervliet, near Albany, stabbed to death Trieste R. Clayton, 25, and their 3-month-old son, Xavier Michael Ashline, at 9 Mount View Road West in Bath late Sunday night.
Zercool has some other angles such as the woman calling 911 for help and having a protective order against her ex boyfriend to no avail.
What I will point out is that like in This Case The deaths are not “Gun Deaths”. “Gun Deaths” being the preferred unit of measure for gun control advocates. To them these deaths, can at best be viewed as “insignificant” at worse be viewed as “an improvement”.
To Quote Zercool
Many of the gun bloggers lambaste the Brady Bunch for “dancing in the blood” when a scumbag uses a gun to kill someone. I’m conflicted when I find us wrapping ourselves in the bloody mantle of righteousness and say, “If she had a gun, she’d be alive.”
I agree with him. If she had a gun that’s no guarantee that she would have been able to stop this. She would have had some better odds than just holding a telephone, and certainly she couldn’t have been any worse off.
Still I intend to dip the blood-dancer’s feet in THIS blood for a change. No, Mr. Helmke, this isn’t Gun Death, or Gun Violence So isn’t this a GOOD thing, since that’s what you’re always debating against! Isn’t it nice that this young Choir boy could settle his murderous rage without turning to a gun?
If they like that metric of “Gun Death” and “Gun Violence” then I fully plan to hang it around their wretched necks!