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Topic - Kari Bird
An Indianapolis woman turned the tables on a group of would-be carjacking teenagers after she met one of the the suspect's barrel with a gun of her own.
"I really didn't think too much about it, one of [them] was smiling," Ms. Bird said — that is, until the smiling man pulled out a firearm.
The law student wasn't ready to advocate for gun ownership, but she did say people, especially women, should keep aware of their surroundings.