"After he start kicking the door, that’s when I got my gun. And that’s when he stood there. And that’s when I fired my shot, you know. The Lord was with me, I never got scared," said Turner.He ran like a rabbit. But he didn't get far. He was arrested, and charged with second-degree burglary.
Turner told KCCI that she was aiming at McAlpine.
"The next thing I knew, he was in here. Right there. And that’s when I grabbed my gun and I stood right there in my bedroom door with my gun and I said I’m going to kill you!" said Turner. "I was trying to hit him in the head, but I guess my bullet missed him. But if it had cocked him again, I’d have got him."
Turner told police that McAlpine quickly left the home.
This is the part I love best.
"This is a .22. And the police reloaded it for me," said Turner. "I know how to work that gun. I just hope and pray to God it don't happen again."So, do you think those cops are opposed to the law-abiding defending themselves? Neither do I.
Self-defense is a human right.