Clint Spear, 10, was at home with a group of eight children
and their baby sitter when a man knocked on the door and claimed car
trouble. As Spear was getting his father's two-shot deringer, the
man forced his way into the house. The boy fired the first barrel,
which missed the man, who then grabbed a girl, who was also at the
house. Spear's second shot hit the man in the neck, causing him to
drop the girl. The man fled while Spear was trying to reload the
pistol, but was later found at a local hospital undergoing
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