I suppose even a blind squirrel can find a nut, sometimes. Not, mind you, that I blame the gun in this case, either, but it just goes to show that it is possible for a gun to shoot someone without needing a finger on the trigger.
Basically, creep breaks in and steals stuff. Stashes stuff behind a barn. Goes and steals a pickup to haul it all away in. And somehow, manages to get shot by the guns he stole, with nobody pulling the trigger. Turns out, the way he'd set them up caused one of the guns to use the other to kill the thief.
How many times must a shotgun use an assault rifle to kill someone, before we ban the shotguns? After all, the AR-15 wouldn't have shot him of it's own volition--the shotgun is the one that pulled the trigger.
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