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Woman, 72, foils burglary

Holds suspect at gunpoint for police

March 29, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN — Police say a 72-year-old South Side woman on oxygen held a man at gunpoint in her home Wednesday evening after he crashed through her porch window and onto her couch....

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liemonger

Mar-31-13 5:21 PM

How about militia, retard?

Can't handle it?

LOL.

ZOMG, there's a pucking surprise!

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reallytiredofit

Mar-31-13 4:35 PM

I understand what LIE means, I also know what MONGER means. So a LIEMONGER would be a person who SPREADS UNTRUTHS. Just like you!

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liemonger

Mar-31-13 11:10 AM

"It is pretty evident that you use the slander technique..."

It's pretty evident that in addition to being illiterate that you don't even know what simple words like "slander" mean.

Better get someone to reprogram you, bot.

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reallytiredofit

Mar-31-13 8:37 AM

It is pretty evident that you use the slander technique to mask the fact that your arguments are weak from a lack of documented evidence, liemonger. Sooner or later though, you will discover that behaving like a 4th grade potty mouthed kid won't get you very far in life. In the mean time enjoy your Easter Holiday.

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liemonger

Mar-30-13 9:12 PM

Ohh.... and have fun at whatever rub and tug you work at or at home in whosever basement you live in.

Hope you stop spreading the clap either way.

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liemonger

Mar-30-13 9:10 PM

"What does the gun being given to her have to do with any laws being considered in congress."

LOL.

Forget what a question mark is, illiterate?

Don't understand transfer fees, transvestite?

"Nine shots WOW so what's your point there lie man?"

That "your" illiterate and don't know anything.

Understand that the woman had ZERO (like your idle) funds?

Nah... you wouldn't because you live off of everyone else.

Now, go learn something instead of worshipping Madcow and Chris "tingle down his leg," bot.

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reallytiredofit

Mar-30-13 8:13 PM

Very intelligent comments you just madliemonger. It just goes to show your inability to rationalize, but then everyone already knew that.

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reallytiredofit

Mar-30-13 8:09 PM

What does the gun being given to her have to do with any laws being considered in congress. As long as Mrs. Underwood could pass a background check she would have no problem. The FACT is lie spreader there ARE NO LAWS PENDING IN CONGRESS THAT WOULD BAN WEAPON TYPES. got it now. Nine shots WOW so what's your point there lie man? ARE you suggesting that Mrs. Underwood didn't need a 30 round clip to subdue the intruder?

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liemonger

Mar-30-13 7:09 PM

Dear Duumaaas,

Hopefully, you have big booobs as you are one and you'll never amount to anything more than a leech.

Of course, you'll more than syak the blood and life out of him.

Slurp away, sunshine.

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reallytiredofit

Mar-30-13 5:25 PM

My dear lie monger, one again your name is appropriate. First there is NO legislation being considered in Congress that would have denied Mrs. Underwood a gun of her choice. Secondly, Mrs. Underwood used a REVOLVER to fend off her intruder. A REVOLVER does NOT have a magazine. Maybe YOU should have read the story lie my friend.

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liemonger

Mar-30-13 12:15 PM

"Just HOW would the pending legislation have interfered, or would interfere, with what this lady did to protect her self and her property?"

Well, stupid.

1. She would be limited on the magazine capacity.

2. She would not have had the gun.

All of which wouldn't have stopped Sandy Hook, bot.

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reallytiredofit

Mar-30-13 8:21 AM

Congratulations to you, Mrs. Underwood for a job well done.

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reallytiredofit

Mar-30-13 8:17 AM

Well then liemonger Just HOW would the pending legislation have interfered, or would interfere, with what this lady did to protect her self and her property?

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ohcwby

Mar-30-13 12:11 AM

Mrs Underwood needs to have her weapon cleaned for next time...Sorry I agree with PoohBear...Cuzz : (

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ksmith

Mar-29-13 8:14 PM

My only regret concerning this story is that when she shot she didn't say "That was your warning shot son, now move and see where the next one lands"

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henryviii

Mar-29-13 7:19 PM

Now, if she could only buy ammo to replace what she used...

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liemonger

Mar-29-13 6:43 PM

"The legislation discussed in Washington would in NO WAY interfere with this woman's right or ability to protect her home with a firearm "

Really?

Maybe you should know what you're talking about before you post because it most certainly would.

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PoohBear

Mar-29-13 5:46 PM

The legislation discussed in Washington would in NO WAY interfere with this woman's right or ability to protect her home with a firearm from a forced invasion by this or any other scumbag.

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Rickyb

Mar-29-13 4:57 PM

She should have unloaded on him, Now she has to replace the broken window.

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Daniel

Mar-29-13 4:22 PM

The Anti gun people seem to be absent from this article.

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Twinkles

Mar-29-13 3:57 PM

Hurray!! This is the way it should be.

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Herewegosteelers

Mar-29-13 3:16 PM

So this was textbook because she "didnt use the gun until she felt threatened"!? Well guess what, if someone I dont know is in my house, they are getting shot immediately as their presence in MY HOUSE constitutes a threat to me. Who defines when a person should or shouldnt feel "threatened". That is a matter of opinion when I feel threatened by an unknown person being in my house. PS: Good thing she didnt live in a state with one of those idiotic strict gun laws, she would have been the next homicide victim I'm sure. Good for her.

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Daniel

Mar-29-13 1:05 PM

That Crackhead really did break into the wrong house! Love it! Although totally up to her, I would have put one right between the eyes.

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Blessed1

Mar-29-13 12:06 PM

My kind of lady!!!

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mycommonsense

Mar-29-13 10:31 AM

Trib, please put this story on the national wires. Everyone should read this story. Thanks.

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