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In today’s turbulent political climate, the true intention of the Second Amendment has never been more clear, in that it protects us from the possibility of true, sweeping tyranny.

The nation over, We The People are growing concerned of a coming Civil War.  Much of this is due, of course, to the mainstream media’s reliance on conflict to drive advertising revenue, and their finely honed ability to keep the citizens of this great nation on their toes.

On the other hand, however, the Second Amendment has provided homeowners with a little extra piece of mind, especially in far more domestic situations.

A home invasion suspect in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood got shot in his stomach and fled to a hospital, where he was apprehended.

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The Seattle Patch reports that the 35-year-old suspect allegedly entered “along the 6700 block of 25th Avenue Northeast around 4 a.m. Sunday.” He was confronted by an armed homeowner who fired a single shot, striking the suspect in the stomach.

The suspect fled the home, got into a vehicle with two other people and drove to Swedish Hospital to have his wound treated. He was eventually taken to Harborview Medical Center.

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Seattle has been in the news several times in recent weeks regarding gun laws, as the city considers new ordinances that are aimed at decreasing the probability of accidental discharge shootings.

This means a possible mandate that all firearms be equipped with a trigger locking mechanism when not in use…something that can compromise reaction times in situations similar to the one described earlier.

 

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