“Gun Death” Domestic Violence

Protection orders do no good:

A northeast Ohio man who had previous arrests for domestic violence against his wife has pleaded guilty to strangling her.

**REDACTED** had several arrests for domestic violence. Last July he was sentenced to two years of probation after pleading guilty to felony domestic violence. He also was ordered to have no contact with Carolyn Booker.

Police records also show **REDACTED** was arrested in March 2013 after he threatened to shoot his wife with a handgun, which officers confiscated after the arrest.

So he threatened “Gun Death” and abused his wife. Police took his gun away, and the courts ordered him to keep his distance…so he strangled her!

In the anti-rights world this is a success because a “Gun Death” was prevented.

In reality-land the advice is if you have a domestic partner who is violent, get that court order and arrests, but also GET A GUN, and when they come back to finish the job SHOOT THEM!

Not all “Gun Death” is bad.


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3 Responses to “Gun Death” Domestic Violence

  1. Stuart the Viking says:

    An order of protection is useless…

    Other than being something to hand to the nice officer who responds when the bastard forces you to shoot him…

    Just sayin.


    • Weerd Beard says:

      They’re REALLY useful for that. I’ve had a few people who had some altercations with some violent associates. My advice is #1: Get a gun, #2: Get a Carry Permit, and #3 get a protection order so you’ll have that many more chips on your side if you have to shoot them.

      Also it means they will be dully warned that you are NOT fucking around, so with all hopes they’ll leave their victim alone for their own self-interests.

      That’s also why I am all about permit-less carry, because while most states you can buy a gun in a few hours, it can take a month or more to actually get the card that lets you lug the thing around, and it’s not like you can tell the person who said they intended to do you harm “Time out, My CCW class is next week, and it’ll take a month for the paperwork to go through after that!”.

      • Jack/OH says:

        I never got the carry permit idea either.

        You buy a gun. Outside the home, the gun is on your person among other personal effects, such as keys, knives, pens, all inert stuff until used. What’s the big deal requiring state permission for the handgun to be among those effects? Unlawful conduct with your gun is always reportable, punishable stuff. (I’m not even being smart-alecky. I really don’t know what the legitimate state interest is in carry permits.)

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