Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Brooklyn Man Shoots At Street Gang...Mother Of Girl Slightly Injured Praises Him

A Brooklyn gunman who opened fire on a pack of noisy teens was hailed as a hero Monday by the most unlikely of allies - the mother of the woman he inadvertently wounded.
Larisa Kaprovskaya said Thomas Dunikowski was just trying to protect them from local teens terrorizing their block.

"He shot because he wants to protect us," said Kaprovskaya, 50. "I don't know what would have happened to us if he didn't try to protect us. I appreciate him."
Kaprovskaya's 21-year-old daughter, Yana, was hit by shrapnel in her left leg when Dunikowski opened fire about 11:30p.m. Saturday.

Yana Kaprovskaya was not badly hurt, her mother said. She said Dunikowski stood up for them after the cops disregarded their pleas for help.

"It was so dangerous," the mom said. "I didn't know what was happening."
Dunikowski, 30, was slapped with a raft of charges for using a semiautomatic hunting rifle to open fire on the teens in Marine Park, cops said.
The wounded youths were identified as 17-year-old Francis Ruan and David Mahoney, 15, police said.
Kaprovskaya said Dunikowski is a family man who lives with his wife, Kimberly, and their 2-year-old son.
Another neighbor, John Westbay, felt sorry for the shooter.
"I can understand why he did it," Westbay said. "It's not the first time we've had this trouble."
Police said Monday they had no record of previous 911 calls from the shooter's home on Stuart St.

This is how the NYPD rolls.

Takes a day or two for them to "lose" the 911 calls, but lose them they most certainly do. 

Call it job security. Because when law abiding people have finally taken enough from street gangs they should take matters into their own hands. Not the law into their own hands, as some liberals would whinge about, but the RIGHT to fight back. Parts of Los Angeles...and larger and larger parts each year...are forever lost to the street thugs, and praise should be given anytime someone says no to such monsters.

Back when I grew up in NYC, each neighborhood took care of itself. Almost each neighborhood but that's neither here nor there. Lets just say each neighborhood worthy of the name. Men didn't need to shoot at the night scum but if they had to they would have and gladly so. Most of the time all it took was a father to race down the stairs and begin kicking ass. He'd be followed by another then another until the beasts were either beaten to the ground or ran for their lives.

The cops were different back then too. If they arrived at such a scene they'd usually jump right into the slugfest to help clear the sidewalks of the dog shit that had stained it.

Now they spit on their vows and help the criminals.

Mr. Dunikowski is going to pay dearly for his courage. In NYC and other dirty places, men aren't allowed to protect their families so Mr. Dunikowski is going to do time no matter how many ambulance chasers jump in to "help" him and get their names in the papers.

Its my fault and your fault; all men of otherwise good will must share this shame. We let the country sink this low and as penance it would be a good idea to stop the craziness where it was born and at the very least keep it away from our side of the wall.

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