Ich zitier mal aus dem Artikel oben verlinkt:
"Even if you have a plan for an emergency, you don't know what you'll do out of fear," Wilkinson said in a brief phone interview Thursday. "You get so frightened and something happens like that so, everything happens so quick ... you just don't know what you'll do when, out of fear you do things that you wish you hadn't ever done."
hier, der ist doch auch "schön":
"NATCHEZ, Miss. (AP) - A Natchez man shot and killed his wife when he mistook her for an intruder in their home, according to police.
Police Chief Mike Mullins said Glenn and Deborah Mizell awoke around 4 a.m. Tuesday to the sound of their barking dog. Mullins said Glenn Mizell went to investigate, taking a pistol with him.
Mullins said Glenn Mizell began checking through the house and was unaware his wife had left the bedroom and gone into the kitchen. Mullins said when Mizell saw her figure in the dark, he fired his gun once.
Authorities said 49-year-old Deborah Mizell was shot once in the chest and died at the scene.
Mullins said a preliminary investigation shows the shooting was an accident."http://www.wmctv.com/story/7567855/man-looking-for-intruder-accidentally-shoots-wife
das ist doch auch "Vollpanne", oder?
pfiffi schrieb:Dui sagst ja, dass es typen gibt, die sixch nachgeradezu jklammheimlich nach "Einbrechern" sehnen, denen sie es dann mal so richtig gründlich besorgen können - gibt es dazu Untersuchungen?
Ich kenn keine, aber bestimmt gibt es die. Ich glaub in den USA hat sich ein Herr Kellermann viel mit solchen Fällen beschäftigt ....