Your Friend The Handgun

Nothing new here, folks.


The Second Amendment is sacred in American society. Nothing else stands between citizens and dangerous criminals. Self defense is the right to all and must be preserved. How’s that working out?

GIRARD — A Springfield Township woman who police say admitted to pointing a handgun at her husband to “scare him” during an argument is facing a homicide charge after he was shot in the head early Friday morning.

Catherine A. Lucas, 52, is charged with homicide, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering and possessing an instrument of crime in the death of Kevin S. Lucas, 46, to whom she had been married for 16½ years.

Sixteen and a half years? Well, that’s too long. Stand at ease. Shoot ’em if you’ve got ’em.


3 thoughts on “Your Friend The Handgun

  1. Maybe she was afraid of getting busted for robbing the cradle, and wanted to get rid of the evidence.

    Peculiar way to go about it, however.

    RULE NUMBER ONE, KIDDIES: Never point a weapon at anyone or anything unless you really and truly, in your heart of hearts, plan to shoot it.

    • Had that discussion with the wife. A few years back a stranger opened the front door at 3 a.m. while the wife was in the living room doing some knitting. More recently she wanted to discuss what she should have done if she had a gun. She suggested she should use the gun to frighten the intruder away. I told her no way should she use a gun to frighten somebody. Either don’t show the gun or else aim the gun and shoot to kill. No in between.

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