The owner of a market in Columbus, Ohio, Theodore
Patsioures, pretended to follow the orders of two bandits who had
entered the store and demanded money, but instead he triggered a
homemade alarm system which was wired to a doorbell in the living
room of his home adjoining the store. His 63-year-old wife heard
the distress signal, picked up a pistol, and ran to the scene. One
of the yeggs had fled when the alarm went off, but the other was
still there when Mrs. Patsioures arrived. She held him at gunpoint
until police took her prisoner away.
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It’s important to celebrate that law-abiding Americans are now closer than they have been in nearly half a century to being able to exercise their firearms freedom in our nation’s capital. That is real progress.
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