Good dads protect their families. Great dads prepare them to defend themselves.
This here is a story about a great dad.
A great dad who raised a courageous kid.
No, not the sack of human debris that was choking the fifteen-year-old girl’s mom. We mean the REAL dad.
When she saw her mom in trouble, with Steven Kelley’s hands around her mom’s throat, the well-prepared young lady took action that probably saved all of their lives.
WBTV reported that Kelley and the mother, Chandra Nierman, got into a quarrel, and Kelley began choking her. Investigators indicate that Kelley said he “was going to cut her throat and kill everyone in the house.”
Nierman’s 12-year-old son retrieved a gun, which his 15-year-old sister used to shoot Kelley.
The girl fired two rounds, one of which hit Kelley in the chest.
Deputies noted that “Kelley had threatened Nierman repeatedly and that on August 4, he assaulted her and fired a gun several times inside the home to threaten and terrorize her.”
Deputies also pointed out that Kelley was a felon who maintained possession of firearms and even carried one on his person, although he was legally barred from doing so.
Maybe you’re wondering how dad figures into this story.
Their dad lost his battle to cancer, but not before he’d passed along what they needed to know about keeping themselves safe.
A relative told Newsweek that it was thanks to the girl’s father, who imparted to her and her siblings safe gun-handling techniques before losing to a bout of cancer in 2017.
“Her dad, when he was healthy, he taught them the respect for guns and how to use them,” the relative, who asked to remain anonymous, said. “She wasn’t an avid user of guns, but she did enough to feel comfortable.”
The hero didn’t flinch that night.
Even after he was dead and buried, their loving father was still — in a sense — looking out for them.
By the way. Make sure all those media types and gun-grabbers who don’t believe in the ‘good guy with a gun’ principle get to see this story.
Ask them if they’d rather be sharing the tragic news story of an armed felon (who cannot lawfully even OWN a firearm) made good on his threat to murder the mom and three kids. After all, he’s fired his weapon in anger before. And he DID threaten to kill them all.
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