“Not Going To Go Out Like A Punk” This Law-Abiding Jamaican Gun Owner Just Showed Us Why Everyone Should Be Armed
(Tea Party 247) – A Jamaican man living in Miami who is a member of the NRA and lawful gun owner just reminded Americans exactly why it is so important to be armed, and that we can and must always take the self-defense of our family into our own hands.
The man, 60-year-old Donovon Stewart defended his wife and son when a rifle-wielding intruder, killing him in the process.
The incident happened Monday when the assailant broke into his van, where he’d been sleeping with his wife and 11-year-old.
“The guy I killed last night, he put an AK-47 to my damn face,” Stewart said in an interview with CBS Miami.
“Well, he opened the door like this and pointed his AK-47 and I reached around like this and got my gun. That is how I did this to him,” he continued.
The way Stewart told it, it didn’t take long for the intruder to realize the gravity of the mistake that he’d made.
“I am from Kingstontown in Jamaica,” Stewart said, “and I am not going to go out like a punk. So I emptied my Glock in his chest. This man tried to get in my van while I was sleeping and he was surprised to see what I did.”
Stewart attributed his success at defending his family with his quick reflexes, adding that he is a licensed gun owner and a registered member of the NRA.
Good for him!
“So I thought you are you going to kill me so now I have to act quickly because I am trained,” Stewart said. “You know I have a security license, I have a G license and I have a state firearms license and a concealed weapons permit and I have a gun and I am a member of the NRA.”
He’s clearly a prudent man, and is quite open about the need to defend ones’ family.
“I am going to defend my life and those I love,” Stewart stated. “My family is innocent and just don’t put an AK-47 in my face. I will not allow that to happen. This guy also hijacked a woman in a van and was found with her car key. He robbed another woman at gunpoint.”
“You want to come looking for trouble?” Stewart asked. “Come to me. Come to me. I wouldn’t do anything like this to anybody and they picked the wrong person in this case.”
Miami police say the incident is still under investigation, but that currently, it looks like a case of self-defense.