That's a fascinating image isn't it? Getting up from a confrontative conversation with a remark like that. It makes you wonder how many gun owners go through their lives with that kind of seething anger just below the surface. What I don't understand is why do the ones who don't suffer from that, the great majority, get so defensive when I ask about it.
Bond was set at $400,000 for Edgar Tillery, 60, of Portage, said Porter County Prosecutor Brian Gensel.
Tillery became upset Friday during a poor job review, in which a manager told him the public and co-workers had complained about him, according to court documents. The manager told him he had 90 days to improve his performance, according to a probable cause affidavit.
After Tillery refused to change his practices, the supervisor told him he should perhaps consider resigning, to which Tillery replied, "I have an answer to that in my car," court documents said.
Tillery, a Workforce Development auditor for 19 years, returned from his car with a shotgun and fired through the glass front door an office supervisor had locked behind Tillery, according to police. He fired a second shot inside the office as his 16 co-workers fled in all directions out the back door, police said. No one was hurt.
Can we agree that whatever the percentage of dangerous rageful gun owners is, as the number of gun owners increases, so will the number who fit this description?
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