“Gun Death” Schoolyard Fight

Bob’s talked a bunch about Anti-Rights cultists saying that if guns were banned conflicts would be resolved with “Harmless Fist Fights”, such fights can be far from harmless

It began with an incident that seemed relatively harmless, even timeless: Two little girls. An argument over a boy. An arrangement to meet after school. A pause, while a few friends gathered around and the girls put their hair up in buns. Then the fight. It lasted just a minute — two flurries of punches, a busted lip and separate paths home.

But six hours after Friday’s fight in Long Beach, 10-year-old Joanna Ramos was dead. Officials launched an investigation over the weekend and on Monday they delivered a pronouncement that stunned an already shaken community. Joanna, coroner’s officials determined, had died of blunt-force trauma to the head — and her death was ruled a homicide.

The human body is funny. People can be flung from a tumbling car wreck or burned across huge parts of their bodies and survive, and somebody can take a single hit to the wrong place and be graveyard dead.

Just shows that even in a world where guns never existed, brutality and death would still find us. Makes the metric of “Gun Death” look awful silly, if you ask me.

h/t Whipped Cream Difficulties and Mike W

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0 Responses to “Gun Death” Schoolyard Fight

  1. Rob Crawford says:

    One of the amusing tendencies of the professional left “protesters” is their belief that a thrown rock is not lethal.

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