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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

2nd Amendment Hero relies on assault weapon, piles of ammo, to keep his family safe

Raw Story: Officials in Tennessee say that a father and his 12-year-old son died over the weekend died after an AR-15 assault-style rifle accidentally discharged, causing a fire and then a series of explosions in a room full of ammunition.

WBBJ-TV reported on Monday that Tennessee State Bomb and Arson Investigators, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Henderson County Sheriff’s Department were all looking into the Sunday deaths 48-year-old Terry York and his son, Luke.

According to family members, York’s AR-15 rifle accidentally discharged while he was in a back room of their home showing it off to some friends. The discharge ignited a small fire, which “did not seem too threatening at first,” they told WBBJ-TV. The blaze apparently grew out of control after Luke entered the room to help his father put out fire.

That’s when witnesses started hearing explosions.
"It was just like one right after another," a neighbor said. "One explosion right after another. I just don’t have the words for it because I can not imagine having to go through something like this." The mother suffered second degree burns to her arms in trying to save the two. Sadly, she was unarmed and was therefore unable to shoot out the flames with her God-Given Second Amendment Freedoms.

Imagine a place where a clumsy moment can’t turn into a series of explosions that kill you and your twelve-year-old son and you’re imagining the nightmarish dystopia that Barack Obama and his gun-grabbing minions have in mind for America. Stand up for your right to own an AR-15 and a seriously stupid amount of ammunition. Stand up for your right to blow the living shit out of yourself and your children, because that’s clearly what the founders intended. If you can’t accidentally blow everyone sky-high, how can you possibly feel safe from hoodie-wearing gangstas and big gummint thugs?

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