California Grandma (72) Shoots At Home Intruder
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    Thumbs up California Grandma (72) Shoots At Home Intruder

    A 72-year-old Southern California grandmother who shot at -- and narrowly missed (unfortunately) -- a criminal thug who was trying to forcefully break into her home said Tuesday she was shocked at the attention her action was getting but does not regret defending herself and her husband, an 85-year-old World War II veteran who is confined to a wheelchair.

    Jan Cooper, of Anaheim, fired one shot from her .357-magnum Smith & Wesson revolver around 12:30 a.m. Sunday as the criminal thug attempted to break into her home. During a 911 call of the incident, Cooper can be heard begging with the dispatcher to send deputies and warns that she has a gun at the ready as her Rottweiler barks furiously in the background.

    Minutes later, a breathless Cooper says the man has come to the back porch and is still trying to break into the house through the glass sliding door. Through the vertical blinds, Cooper saw his silhouette just inches away through the glass as he began to open the door.

    Grandma, 72, shoots at home intruder in California, defends actions | Fox News

    I'm guessing that all of the anti-gun LibTards of CommieFornia probably want this 'gun toting grandma' arrested, prosecuted and then incarcerated for daring to shoot her firearm at an unfortunate, needy, man.

    The only complaint that I have is that 'she missed' the target.
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    Good post Outlaw (as usual). It's refreshing to hear good news when a citizen protects his or her own property.
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    Too bad she didn't shoot him dead. She will probably have a lawsuit against her from the scum that tried to break in.

    But god for her!

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    Hey if a Rottweiler barking doesn't make him back off then it calls for a .357. That guy should be very thankful she missed.
    She can use Stand Your Ground for this. She did nothing wrong except miss him. Damn druggies like to break into old peoples homes, but they are starting to find out old people have guns also.


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    Had she had more training she would have dropped the perp. Another reason we all need more training.
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    It was great to see this story on "Inside Edition" last evening. I saw nothing negative in the presentation of the story. This is an unusual occurrence in the national MSM for stories where a gun was used successfully to deter a criminal.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    A 72-year-old Southern California grandmother who shot at -- and narrowly missed (unfortunately) -- a criminal thug who was trying to forcefully break into her home said Tuesday she was shocked at the attention her action was getting but does not regret defending herself and her husband, an 85-year-old World War II veteran who is confined to a wheelchair.

    Jan Cooper, of Anaheim, fired one shot from her .357-magnum Smith & Wesson revolver around 12:30 a.m. Sunday as the criminal thug attempted to break into her home. During a 911 call of the incident, Cooper can be heard begging with the dispatcher to send deputies and warns that she has a gun at the ready as her Rottweiler barks furiously in the background.

    Minutes later, a breathless Cooper says the man has come to the back porch and is still trying to break into the house through the glass sliding door. Through the vertical blinds, Cooper saw his silhouette just inches away through the glass as he began to open the door.

    Grandma, 72, shoots at home intruder in California, defends actions | Fox News

    I'm guessing that all of the anti-gun LibTards of CommieFornia probably want this 'gun toting grandma' arrested, prosecuted and then incarcerated for daring to shoot her firearm at an unfortunate, needy, man.

    The only complaint that I have is that 'she missed' the target.
    Give her a break it was her husband who was military and she's 72!!!! We need more like her in my opinion.

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    If I was her husband I would get her a 20 gauge shotgun and next time she won't miss.

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