If you have tattoos on your face, you’re probably not reading this article. You’re likely in jail, on probation, or making a quick job of that burrito while running from ICE (see ICE Director Warns ALL Illegal Immigrants to ‘Start Looking Over Your Shoulder’… and EPIC! Gun Owner Stops Knife-Wielding Robber in His Tracks…). If you’re a gun owner, you’re probably cursing at the telly while CNN tells you they’re gonna take away your guns. We love stereotypes. If gun owner meets a tatted criminal, a heroic act by the former is likely to happen.
Which leads to this: a badass gun owner in Georgia met two fugitives outside his home. Good thing he had his lead slinger with him.
Two escaped inmates sought in the killings of two guards on a Georgia prison bus were captured after a chase and being held at gunpoint by a rural Tennessee homeowner whose vehicle they were trying to steal, authorities said.
Donnie Rowe, 43, and Ricky Dubose, 24, were apprehended Thursday in the rural community of Christiana, Tennessee, ending a multi-state manhunt that began Tuesday morning.
The trooper said the homeowner looked outside and saw the two allegedly trying to steal his car. The man held the two at gunpoint with a neighbor he called for help until the sheriff’s department could get there to arrest the fugitives.
The two men had been on the run since early Tuesday, when they are accused of having killed Sgt. Christopher Monica and Sgt. Curtis Billue.
That’s right kids, a gun saved lives once again. That’s why the Second Amendment exists. So adults can shoot (or threaten to shoot) baddies who’ve just busted out of the klink. After those same baddies killed law enforcement officers. Okay, okay, that’s but one reason. A checkmark in the pro column. Joined also with hunting for food, blasting milk jugs for giggles, or general all around self preservation from criminal baddies.
Major kudos to this Tennessee homeowner who protected his life and property from two dinguses. Who’d look better strapped to certain chairs equipped with electrodes, just saying. Because they participated in the killing of law enforcement officers. Not because electrocution is fun, stop it.
And now for something completely comical.
Co-written by Courtney Kirchoff and Nichole Cooper