Great-grandmother kills teen home invader who attacked her for the second time


The 16-year-old thug with a shotgun had already robbed a Shreveport, Louisiana great-grandmother several weeks ago in December, and must have considered her easy pickings again. He couldn’t have known that after the first attack, she’d hidden a handgun in her safe in case he came back. He reached out for the bag of coins she had in her left hand, and that’s when she made her move.

“He reached for the bag of coins, and that’s when I fired my gun and hit him with the first round, and he went back and then he tried to grab his gun to aim it at me,” Pipkins said. “I grabbed the barrel and I pushed the barrel up and I fired another shot and that’s when he broke and ran out of the house.”

At least one round struck Young in the chest, and caused him to drop his shotgun and run from Pipkins’ home. Pipkins followed Young outside and fired the remaining three rounds in her handgun, but missed Young with each.

Young ran from the home and made it nearly a block before he collapsed.

Young was taken to University Health where he was later pronounced dead.

“Just $55 in coins, and he lost his life, Lord Jesus I wish the young people today would just think, go to school, get an education and a good job and buy what you want,” said Pipkins. “Don’t try to take from someone who has worked all their life and still doesn’t have nothing to give.”



New 'RIP' Bullet Destroys Vital Organs And Kills Intruders, 'The Last Round You'll Ever Need' Says Creator G2

We all know that it takes too long for normal bullets to kill someone. Luckily a new bullet was just released, the R.I.P., which will put your enemies in the ground faster than ever before. G2 Research introduced the Radically Invasive Projective (R.I.P.) this month, which is designed to inflict maximum organ damage. The R.I.P. releases eight trocar angles (sharp, sheeted metal) upon contact with its target, which rip through vital organs and tissue.

G2 Research said that the bullets are designed to "penetrate the dermis layer more efficiently."


The bullet is capable of still killing its subjects after traveling through metal and wood, The Blaze reported. However, the R.I.P. "will not defeat level 3A body armor."


"It is capable of going through barriers such as sheet rock, plywood, sheet metal or glass and still performs its original intent," G2's website explained. "The bullet shreds through solid objects and only then, expands its energy."


The bullet was designed to sucessfully annialiate home invaders, said Cliff Brown, President of G2 Research.


"I've been in the ammunition business for many years and I wanted to create a round that would work well against a home intruder," Brown said. "There were so many stories out there about a woman trying to defend her home and having to shoot someone five or six times and they'd still come after her, we wanted to create an effective one-shot manstopper."


The bullet was apparently a big hit at the Las Vegas Shot Show in January. Brown said that they "went around and talked to several vendors and it knocked their socks off," and that hype over the new R.I.P. "went viral" soon after the show.


G2 Research has tested the bullet out on several different types of guns with great success.


The Blaze said that: "They claim to have zero failures when testing most well known firearms on the market including Sig, Glock, Beretta, Springfield, FN, Taurus, Walther, Khar, S&W and many others."