A home intruder was fatally shot in a Kentucky home by 92-year-old farmer and World War II veteran Earl Jones, who reportedly said he had no fear of the man and aimed “right for his heart.”
Jones he heard a noise in his basement around 2 a.m. on Monday and grabbed his .22-caliber rifle. He said the intruder, 24-year-old Lloyd Maxwell, came up the stairs and kicked open the basement door to his home in northern Kentucky’s Boone County.
“I aimed right for his heart,” said Jones, who served in the military from 1941 through 1946. “I didn’t go to war for nothing. I have the right to carry a gun. That’s what I told the police.”
Source: CBS News
A home intruder was fatally shot in a Kentucky home by 92-year-old farmer and World…
by Tactical-Life / Sep 12, 2012