Skip to comments.Pastor's daughter dies from injuries suffered in accidental church shooting
Posted on 02/18/2012 1:45:45 PM PST by exhaustguy
A pastor's daughter who was rushed to Bayfront Medical Center after she was accidentally shot in the head at church has passed away, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
Read more: http://www.abcactionnews.com/dpp/news/region_pinellas/pastors-daughter-dies-from-injuries-suffered-in-accidental-church-shooting#ixzz1mlsofSi2
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Oh, and another thing, I didn’t accuse you of being “anti-gunner” so who is being hypersensitive? All I did was give you my opinion on magazine interlocks and respond from their to your replies.
Arguing with a fool is like trying to teach a pig algebra. You waste your time and the pig is oblivious.
I noticed that after your last post. I figured you wouldn’t back up your claims either.
We are interacting on a thread started to discuss the news of a 20 yr olds girl who was accidently shot in the head while attending church and you want to discuss how you feel inconcenienced by safety features, and hardware and statistics. If that’s how you roll, you are welcome to it pal.
For me. I’ll say a prayer for the girl, her family and all those involved.
More power to you. Do me a favor and find someone else to discuss this with.
For me. Ill say a prayer for the girl, her family and all those involved.
That is your first post to address that aspect of the story. Very telling that you now use it to deflect from you illogical musings on gun safety and your illogical accusation that we were having an argument. You admittedly are the one who began the snark so your attempt to be high and mighty now falls on deaf ears.
Per MY dad, never point a gun at someone unless you plan to kill them. Which means you should never bring a gun into the equation unless the situation has become so critical that homicide is an appropriate response.
Muzzle in a safe direction, and no fingers anywhere near the trigger (unless, as happens with one I had, cleaning involves removing the trigger group from the receiver. But by gum I treated that receiver/barrel group like a loaded gun even when the trigger group was in the dunk tank on the other side of the room...)
Dawn, I’ve been into guns since I was a child. I’ve probably owned or shot just about everything there is at one time or another. I’ve had a few accidental discharges throughout my life, and just by God’s grace, no injuries. One thing I know from my own experience and from everyone I know, people make mistakes. Every once in while you do something inexplicabley stupid. Even the very best of them. It’s human nature. I try not to ridicule the ones I see in person, or the ones that are unlucky enough to get posted on Youtube or in pictures, but instead try and use them as teachable moments. My heart still aches over the sad story of a girl in Louisiana who jumped out of the closet to scare her parents, or the little boy in Las Vegas who couldn’t hang on to a Glock 18. Now this. There’s no answer. Sometimes bad things happen to good people and innocent children. In the end, Jesus will comfort and wipe away the tears of those who love Him. There’s no greater hope or love than what awaits us.
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