Good Guy With A Gun Saves Mother & Daughter (Video)
A good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun…
If Democrats had the gun control they so badly want, these two women would be dead. There are numerous stories like this one that goes unreported each day and we are glad that the mom and her daughter won’t have to worry about this criminal threatening them again.
Law enforcement officials in New Mexico are praising a man who stepped in to save a mother and her daughter after the woman’s estranged husband rammed her car and began shooting at them.
Albuquerque Police say that 66-year-old Qian Ming intentionally crashed into the woman’s vehicle on Sunday and then opened fire, hitting his daughter in the shoulder, KRQE News 13 reported.
Officer Simon Drobik says that a 34-year-old good Samaritan, who is not being named since he has not been charged with a crime, saw the attack unfold and intervened.
“Once he started walking up, he saw that there was a male violently pistol-whipping a female in the street,” Drobik said. “He got out of his vehicle and had his firearm on him and told that male to stop.”
Upon telling Ming to stop, the good Samaritan told police that he pointed the gun in his direction and that’s when he opened fire on Ming, hitting and killing him.
“Mom in the hospital said, ‘He saved our lives’,” Drobik continued. “You can’t get a stronger statement than that. So she knew it. Daughter knows it and good thing he took that type of action.” More
Good guy with a gun saves a mother and her daughter who were being violently attacked by her estranged husband.https://t.co/Mwkt4OuW1q
— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) February 20, 2018
Justifiable Lethal Force / Defense of Another… Chalk one Up for the Good Guys! Stay Alert, America. https://t.co/gKdxq7255U
— Patriot Outdoors (@PatriotOutdoors) February 21, 2018
#ICYMI: The Sunday Gibson/Yale shooting turned out to be a very intense, scary domestic violence situation that a good samaritan is credited with deescalating. https://t.co/RHKVrmsQy6 from @MarissaKRQE
— Madeline Schmitt (@madelinedenise) February 20, 2018
— Paul Wright (@PaulNo155) February 20, 2018
It will still be very traumatic for the two victims for a long time to come, but sometimes angels come bearing… https://t.co/GPMJ8ZioCh
— J.B. Mordecai (@Cobra_Cai) February 20, 2018