One resident on Vice Lane said she was inside when she heard what sounded like firecrackers going off. When she looked outside, she saw 42 year-old Denise Pauly in the street dead from a gunshot wound.
Her ex-husband, Dean Pauly was also suffering from what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was taken to University Hospital where he was listed in critical condition. Pauly died Sunday from his injuries.
I sometimes read a couple sites dedicated to reporting DGUs. They publish interesting stories, about a thousand a year or so. But, in order to come up with them they employ the efforts of a small army of folks all across the country sending in the links. If they relied on the main stream media, straight Google searches, and other simple means, they'd come up practically empty.
On the other hand, stories of men killing their wives and turning the gun on themselves, and the like, are so much more numerous that they appear daily at the stroke of a key.
Why do you think that is? Some say it's a conspiracy on the part of the anti-gun media. But, doesn't the internet overcome that? Is Google in on the conspiracy? Of course not.
The reason is simple, in spite of what John Lott says and what the rest of the pro-gun crowd keep repeating, true DGUs are rare and true misuse of firearms is very very frequent.
What's your opinion? Please leave a comment.