Even in that unlikely case, I'd like to point out that a guy with that much anger should not be in possession of a gun.
They were fighting over the shooter's wife and they'd done so before. I guess there was some kind of stalking or perhaps even an affair going on. Would that count as a domestic homicide, then?
One interesting fact emerged about the Tulsa murder stats.
At first this little afterthought in the article seems to support the pro-gun contention that gun violence is down despite the increase in gun ownership. But, aside from the fact that there's no mention of how many of those murders were by gun, the fact that last year was the highest ever ruins everything. The cherry-picking stat hounds always say that violence and crime and gun crime and whatever else they're talking about has been going down steadily for years.
That's just not the case in Tulsa, just like it's not in Newark or Austin.
Another interesting tidbit in this story is the concealed carry guy who got involved. Interesting that he didn't get involved until it was too late, but what I'm wondering is do we count this as a DGU?
What do you think? Please leave a comment.