Two teenage thugs from Missouri brutally murdered a woman while she was vacuuming her car. The most gruesome aspect of this story is how they took the victim with them for a joyride afterward.
Tanya Chamberlain, 43, was vacuuming her car at a the Quick Clean Car Wash in Kansas City when the two killers attacked and murdered her on Nov. 1, according to KSLA.
Video surveillance showed the two black teens approaching Chamberlain’s car. The teens then climbed into the front seat. Footage did not show the car leaving the car wash due to a glitch caused by daylight saving time.
Around 20 minutes later, police pulled over Chamberlain’s car for swerving, believing the driver might be intoxicated. The teens fled on foot. The officer gave chase but was unable to apprehend them.
Upon returning to the car, the officer saw Chamberlain’s body in the passenger seat. The teens had repeatedly stabbed Chamberlain in the face, neck, chest, and hands. They propped her body up in the seat with her feet placed on the dashboard. A blood-soaked knife allegedly wrapped in Chamberlain’s hair was discovered in the back seat.
The teens wore hoodies, which apparently led locals in the area to identify them as students from Bernard C. Campbell Middle School.
Two eighth-graders, 13 and 14, were later arrested and, according to police, implicated each other in the crime and revealed details to the police that only the killers could have known.
This story demonstrates why, more than ever, we need to fight for our Second Amendment rights. President Barack Obama and his ilk are working hard to take our protections away, but when there are monsters like these teens on the street, the only protection a woman — or anyone — might have at any given moment is a gun.
These kids needs to get the maximum punishment the law allows.
H/T Mad World News
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