Letter to the editor: A way to defend our freedoms

Posted 4/7/21

To the Editor:

Beginning with Cain killing Abel men have always been in danger from other men and needed a way to protect themselves. There is danger from those who envy the possessions of others …

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To the Editor:

Beginning with Cain killing Abel men have always been in danger from other men and needed a way to protect themselves. There is danger from those who envy the possessions of others and would do whatever it takes to steal those possessions. Some men/women are born with a violent nature and enjoy inflicting pain on others.

Serial killers and those who kill because it gratifies their sexual desires are high on the list of those to fear. First on the list of most dangerous are men/women with Narcissistic Personality Disorder who believe others should be in their servitude, for these people would eliminate Constitutional and Civil Rights plus disarm their victims.

Should anyone succeed in eliminating the U.S. Constitutional and Civil Rights and disarm Americans, I believe American Citizens, with all their power and might, will step forward and do whatever it takes to regain freedom — even if they have to use clubs and throw rocks.

Carol Gene Good
Conover

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