Thug Puts GUN To Marine Daughter’s Head, Then Gets A NASTY Surprise

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At around 1am one day last week, Carolann Miracle was walking to a convenience store in Glendale, Arizona with her sister and her boyfriend when a man approached them asking for a cigarette. However, when he got closer to the trio, he put a gun to Miracle’s neck.

“He put the gun up to my neck and said, ‘It’s loaded, don’t move,'” Miracle recounted, according to Right Wing News.

He didn’t realize Miracle’s father is a proud Marine.

Standing at 4’11” and weighs only 85 pounds, Miracle had a gun of her own strapped to her hip, and she thinks the thief wanted to steal it.

“I think he thought, ‘She’s a little girl. Maybe she doesn’t know how to use her weapon,'”

He turned out to be dead wrong.

Though she admits she was “terrified,” she made a move to grab her gun.

“I dropped my soda, released my gun from my holster and cocked it. I shot him and ran in the opposite direction,” Miracle recalled.

Fearful that the people at the gas station were friends with the robber, Miracle ran home to call the police. What she asked the 911 operator shows just how fall Obama’s America has fallen.

“Am I going to go to jail for defending myself?” she asked the operator.

Glendale police spokesman Sgt. Scott Waite said that while her story has checked out, the department may still decide to charge her.

“As far as charges being considered, we take any shooting incident serious,” he said. “We will complete the investigation and submit the report to the county attorney for review. I know the Maricopa County Attorney will take it serious, as well, and review everything before making a determination.”

Miracle said that her father, a Marine veteran, taught her how to shoot a gun, but that she doesn’t use it very often.

“I’ve been to the shooting range two times,” she said. “And, uh, that was actually the third time shooting my gun — him.”

The thief has been identified as Frank Taylor, who died at the scene. Miracle told ABC 15 that though she feels bad about his death, she thinks it was a “kill or be killed” moment.

“I didn’t want to hurt him. I’m thanking God I’m still here for my daughter. I just feel bad that I took him away from his baby,” she said, adding, “he shouldn’t have been out robbing people at one in the morning.”

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