This is a discussion on detroit man attacked with screwdriver within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I know this has nothing to with cc but i hope this guy might consider carrying now. a detroit man was stabbed several times in ...
I know this has nothing to with cc but i hope this guy might consider
carrying now. a detroit man was stabbed several times in the head
by a would be carjacker. police said mr.xxxxx xxxxxxxxx received
15 stitches and gashes on his head while trying to fight off carjackers
whowere trying to steal his minivan from his driveway.
the attack happened on his driveway where he lived for 15 years.
(story cut short) he was stabbed a few times in the head while
his wife and kids watched from inside the house. thats when his
wife xxxxx decided to take action with a baseball bat. eventually
thecarjackers ran away without the minivan. mr. xxxxxxxxxx said
he is tired of feeling threated in his own home and said many of his
neighbors have had their cars stolen. sad story and sorry for the
newsflash but thank god for the castle doctrine law. i just hope that
the guy gets going on a ccw class so he can better protect himself
and his family. just got to be a horrible site for your kids to see that
(SHERIFF BUFORD T. JUSTICE) "what the hell is
the world coming too"
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Goes to show - not only the potential for things happening but - just about any darned thing can be a weapon ...... plenty of things other than guns, and lethal too.
Carry is essential - well I think so. No point folks burying heads in the sand these days.
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The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
When the anti's here about this,you will need a license for concealed carry of toolsOf course,like any other law,it will not affect criminals.The law is for honest people.
It's hard to believe what so many dirtbags will do for a 'ride', a wallet with $2, or an accidental stare...
Time to shut 'em all down ...permanently!
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- JanqMan Attacked With Screwdriver In Car Jacking Attempt
updated 5:53 p.m. ET, Tues., Dec. 4, 2007
DETROIT - A Detroit man was stabbed several times in the head with a screwdriver by a would-be carjacker, police said. Police said Frank Fitzgerald received 15 stitches and gashes on his head while trying to fight off carjackers who were trying to steal his minivan from his driveway.
The attack happened on the driveway of Fitzgerald's Detroit home of 15 years, on the 8200 block of Patton Street.
Fitzgerald said he came out of his house when he heard his car start in the driveway.
"He was taller than me, so he had a direct line to my head. He stabbed down on my head a few times with the screwdriver and then we fell onto the ground," Fitzgerald told Local 4 News.
Fitzgerald's five young children and wife were watching the attack from inside the home, said Fitzgerald.
"My son thought that somebody hurt me very bad. He was very upset and very shaken," said Fitzgerald.
That's when his wife, Vickie, decided to take action. She grabbed a baseball bat from the closet and went outside.
"My husband was bleeding really badly at that point and he was trying really bad to fight," said Vickie. "The guy was stabbing him on top of the head at that point, so I went out with a baseball bat and tried to fight them."
Eventually both men ran off without the minivan.
Fitzgerald told Local 4 he is tired of feeling threatened in his own home. Many of his neighbors have had their cars stolen.
"It makes me very angry, to take something that you don't own, that you didn't work for," said Fitzgerald.
Fitzgerald said he did not get a good description of the carjackers.
The story can be found at; http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22101967