Shortly after she opened the doors to Deb & Donna's Diner Saturday morning, Debbie Aynes was gunned down by her longtime boyfriend who then turned the gun on himself at the restaurant just off Highway 36 east of Pendleton.
The article goes on to say that "He's a wild man. He was just off the wall -- kind of an out-of-control guy." No one was surprised that he'd had guns, though. In Indiana that a given
Just like the man in Georgia the other day, we don't know if this Indiana fellow was a restricted person already or not, or if he'd actually been a licensed concealed carry guy. When domestic violence escalates to murder and suicide such details are often lost. That's why the claim by John Lott that so few cases of licence revocation take place is bogus. No one is counting, and the pro-gun folks like that just fine.
And, by the way, if it wasn't clear, I blame the gun owners of Indiana for this, because of their general attitude towards guns and all the efforts they put forth to make them as accessible as possible. Second only to the bullying, misogynist murderer himself, I blame them.
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