It's a story not even anti-gun media outlets could ignore. Matthew
Murray allegedly wrote online, "All I want to do is kill and injure
as many [Christians] … as I can." Police say he made good on his
word, first by killing two young students at a missionary training
center outside Denver. His next target was a gathering of 7,000
people in and around the New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colo.
With a rifle and a backpack full of ammunition, Murray entered the
church and opened fire. Sadly, two sisters were killed. One man
yelled to distract the gunman and was shot in the arm. That's when
volunteer security guard Jeanne Assam, who has a concealed-carry
permit and once worked in law enforcement, yelled, "Surrender!"
Armed with a handgun, she walked toward Murray and shot him several
times. "It seemed like it was me, the gunman and God," Assam
recalls. His twisted plan foiled, the immobilized gunman killed
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