Protester Says She'd Rather Die Than Use A Gun In Self-DefenseStephen Gutowski
Mar. 01, 2013
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During a rally at the Georgia state capital in Atlanta against so-called "stand your ground" gun laws, one protester declared that "self-defense is not an option."
A CBS Atlanta reporter asked, "What if someone is trying to kill you?" - to which the woman replied, "they'll just have to kill me."