Saturday, August 27, 2011

This story counts for two points:

First, what kind of damage even an unfocused knife attack can do.

Second, just what damage a determined sort can do even when sliced up and hemorrhaging all over the place.

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

There is an important lesson here for the anti-self-defense sickos:

"the conductor's door slides open. Standing in the entryway are two New York City police officers, their hands on their still-holstered pistols, demanding the man back up slowly and put his hands in the air."

The fight ensues.

"After a short but bloody duel, police officers board the train and three cops jump in and grab Gelman."

Where, pray tell, were the two cops in the conductor's cabin who were, moments before, demanding that the murderer put his hands up?

"The doctors who stitched him back together again couldn't understand how this guy was even still conscious – let alone beating the shit out of a knife-wielding murderer in a fight for his life."

An awful lot of damage can be done in a very short period of time.
In this case, when nanoseconds counted, the police were merely seconds away.

I'm having trouble keeping my words temperate regarding Sara Brady, Josh Sugarman, the subhumans resposible for the Sullivan Law in NYFC and the subhumans responsible for the NFA et al.

A monster was out that day, and if not for the miracle of Joseph Lozito, more people would have died, aided and abetted by the people I mentioned in the previous paragraph.