Your Tennessee Feel-Good Story of the Week

After Army veteran Patrick Shields attended his local high school’s homecoming football game in Brownsville, Tennessee, Friday night, he became the hero of the evening by stopping a shooter, USA Today reported.
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4 Responses to Your Tennessee Feel-Good Story of the Week

  1. mrgarabaldi says:

    Hey Kenny;

    After reading the victims names, I played the game "Guess the Race", ....LOL Props for Mr. Shields running toward the sound of gunfire where many would have fled.

  2. crazyeighter says:

    Police are charging the suspect with criminal attempt to commit first-degree murder, aggravated assault, and reckless endangerment.

    What, no illegal weapons possession charges??

    • Ogrrre says:

      The US Attorney for the area should also file federal firearms charges against the punk. That would be, what, 5years, 10 years federal time? Project Exile worked. Institute it nationwide, and watch what happens to crime rates.

  3. pigpen51 says:

    Some people are just born to run to the danger. It is why America is still existing today as a country. The second World War was a big demonstration of this trait. Not only did the men serving on the front lines carrying guns ensure our way of life, but also the men AND women back home, in factories, proving our industrial might, who also were instrumental in winning that war. I wonder just how our nation would fare, if we had to depend on the entire population as a whole to oppose evil.

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