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    Dad chases down gang who tried to kidnap his daughter

    Amber Brackney, 17, was leaving the family home on Preservation Path, Crestview on Tuesday evening, when she found the end of her driveway blocked with barrels.

    Suspecting foul play, the teen stayed in her car and was able to maneuver around the obstacles to escape down the street - without ever leaving her vehicle.

    Amber's funeral director father Terry Brackney heard the commotion, grabbed his gun and ran outside to find a group of teens trying to force their way into his garage.

    Cops believe the teens had 'concocted a plan to kidnap the teenage daughter' by trying to force her to leave her car to move the barrels, so they could grab her.

    Mr Brackney, 51, opened fire on the group who fled into the woods, according to Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office.

    He later discovered they had been unscrewing some of his security lights, possibly for a second kidnap attempt.

    A neighbor, who witnessed a 'suspicious car' fleeing from the scene, called the cops who stopped the 2016 White Jeep Liberty on Highway 4 and made a felony traffic stop.

    Inside they found Keilon Johnson, 19, Austin French, 17, 16-year old Tyree Johnson, and 15-year old Kamauri Horn, along with a knife, guns and a roll of tape.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-daughter.html
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    But did he really *have* to use a gun? Why couldn't he have just asked them nicely to not kidnap his daughter? Did he even try that? Or did he just reach for his toxic masculinity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    But did he really *have* to use a gun? Why couldn't he have just asked them nicely to not kidnap his daughter? Did he even try that? Or did he just reach for his toxic masculinity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    But did he really *have* to use a gun? Why couldn't he have just asked them nicely to not kidnap his daughter? Did he even try that? Or did he just reach for his toxic masculinity?
    I think that is a question he better have a good answer for. The article said he heard them "trying" to enter the garage. Never says they entered the house, never says they brandished a weapon of any kind, and he opened fire. Lucky he is in Florida, in Md. he would have been in jail that night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    But did he really *have* to use a gun? Why couldn't he have just asked them nicely to not kidnap his daughter? Did he even try that? Or did he just reach for his toxic masculinity?
    Funeral-director father. You do the math.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blister View Post
    I think that is a question he better have a good answer for. The article said he heard them "trying" to enter the garage. Never says they entered the house, never says they brandished a weapon of any kind, and he opened fire. Lucky he is in Florida, in Md. he would have been in jail that night.
    Not necessarily.

    The Investigation revealed that the victim/home owner was in the residence, when he heard several loud bangs on his front door. The victim/home owner retrieved a handgun and went to the front door. The victim opened the door and there were two suspects standing there. One of these persons brandished a weapon (not a gun) and both persons made aggressive movements and statements towards the victim/home owner. The victim/home owner was in fear for his life and subsequently fired at the suspects. One suspect was struck from the shots and succumbed to his wounds. The second suspect fled in a vehicle.
    http://smnewsnet.com/archives/56590/...n-huntingtown/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blister View Post
    I think that is a question he better have a good answer for. The article said he heard them "trying" to enter the garage. Never says they entered the house, never says they brandished a weapon of any kind, and he opened fire. Lucky he is in Florida, in Md. he would have been in jail that night.
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    Are you guys discussing the same incident? Seems jurisdiction differences between the two stories is significantly important in the outcome of the discussion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris0nllyn View Post
    But that was a cop so not the same, Chris.

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