Bought a Gun and Killed Herself in Parking Lot of Gun Store
A pastor's wife bought a gun and used it to kill herself while still in the parking lot of the gun store. This happened in Texas.
This is from the article:
This person wanted to kill herself. A "waiting period" would have either made her change her method of suicide or would have just delayed her actions by the length of the "waiting period". There is no evidence which proves that a "waiting period" will prevent suicides.
Considering that no note was left at the scene — and taking into account Deison’s role in the community — many questions remain. Some are asking whether the weapon accidentally went off in the car. Others are delving into questions surrounding Texas’ gun laws and whether a longer waiting period might have saved the woman’s life.
As for this latter point, the process of receiving a gun, background check included, only takes about 20 minutes. After going through the rather quick acquisition process, customers like Deison can simply walk out of the store, firearm in hand.
Considering that the pastor’s wife took her life in the McClelland Gun Shop parking lot right after purchasing a gun, it’s likely that criticism of this process will abound. The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives plans to investigate whether the shop followed protocol in selling the weapon to Deison.
The rest of the story here: Pastor’s Wife Buys Gun From TX Shop — And Shoots Herself Dead in the Parking Lot | TheBlaze.com
Re: Bought a Gun and Killed Herself in Parking Lot of Gun Store
Maybe we should just outlaw pastors wives from buying guns instead of more gun laws
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