A few days before Christmas, a white truck rumbled into the parking lot of a Hunters Ridge apartment complex.
Inside was a man wearing a mask and a hunting rifle.
“I’m hunting for deer,” he told the resident.
He was the leader of a group of hunters who had gathered in the parking lots of Hunters Ridge Apartments.
They had come to help protect the city from a violent attack by a group that has become a symbol of anti-government sentiment.
One of the hunters, Andrew Smith, had heard the attack was imminent.
“This is going to be a real bad day,” Smith said.
Smith, who has a concealed-carry permit, had his rifle raised.
He wanted to protect himself, and not his neighbors, from what he thought was a “frightening” attack by armed men.
Smith and the other hunters who’d come to the Hunters Ridge apartments were part of a new movement to counter the resurgence of anti togun violence.
In the wake of a string of violent attacks and other high-profile incidents in the U.S., many Americans have become more wary of guns.
Gun-rights activists, who have organized protests, have mobilized, and some politicians have promised stricter gun control laws.
And even as many Americans feel safer with guns, many Americans still believe the nation’s violent crime rates are far too high.
And many are wary of having their property invaded by armed groups.
Smith told the woman he was hunting for that she should take precautions.
“Do you have a safe place in your home?”
Smith asked her.
“Absolutely,” she replied.
“It’s my property,” she said.
“And we’re not going to take it.”
“You can’t go into that home,” he said.
He said he wanted to get to his gun.
Smith was about to shoot when a masked man approached from behind, and he thought he was about hit.
But he was able to duck and duck under the man’s car, and his gun jammed.
He felt a pain in his right shoulder, which was connected to a gun that had jammed in the gun’s safety.
“The next thing I know, I’m getting shot in the head,” he says.
“You don’t see people that scared and you don’t hear people that are afraid, and that’s what you do in these situations.”
A couple of days later, Smith and others from the Huntersville Anti-Fascism Collective held another vigil in the city’s downtown, which is a popular gathering spot for anti-fascists.
The vigil was held after a masked gunman attacked two white men and wounded two others in a parking lot.
The two victims were shot by police.
Smith says he and others were angry that the attack on white men in the park had been covered up by the media.
He also says that a white man he knew had been shot and injured in the same area.
He believes the attack in the plaza was planned by the same group of armed men who attacked Smith.
He says that the police officers who arrived at the scene after the attack had no time to evacuate the area, and they told the people gathered there that the group of attackers had entered the park.
“There were a lot of people that said, ‘Oh, you need to evacuate,’ ” Smith says.
Smith remembers one person telling him he had to get out of the park because there were masked men outside.
He and other people began walking out of their parking lot to try to get away from the group.
They ran into a nearby apartment building, where a man and a woman were arguing about the police.
They pulled out a gun and started shooting.
The police returned fire, and a masked attacker was hit by a bullet, Smith says, and was taken to a hospital with serious injuries.
He told Fox News he had been hit by gunfire in the shoulder, shoulder, leg, and ankle.
“My friend was shot in his face,” Smith says of his friend.
“We just lost a friend.” “
The man who was shot, whose name has not been released, was shot once in the back of the head and is in a stable condition, Smith said, and has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. “
We just lost a friend.”
The man who was shot, whose name has not been released, was shot once in the back of the head and is in a stable condition, Smith said, and has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
He does not know if the other man who died was wearing a bulletproof vest, or if he was wearing protective clothing.
Smith is now suing the city of Huntersville and the men who shot the men in his neighborhood, saying the city and the officers who responded failed to properly evacuate the parking area, leaving him with a bullet wound to his head.
“They should have just gone,” Smith told Fox.
The city says it will appeal the ruling.
The group of anti–fascism activists, which includes several local churches, are now pushing for gun control legislation in the wake the attacks.
They are also urging residents to get