The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns
Indianapolis might be one of the last places you’d expect be a hotbed of political violence, the setting of a successful sitcom, or the locus of much excitement at all, but that wasn’t the case this week. On Tuesday, a man driving a Dodge pickup truck on I-465 in the Hoosier State capital was attacked by a passenger in a nearby car. The driver was unharmed, but the motive may have been political. The truck had two flags flying over its bed: Old Glory and a “Make America Great Again” flag from the 2016 presidential campaign.
The victim and a witness informed police that a sedan pulled alongside the pickup truck and a passenger held a handgun out the window and began blasting away, firing five to seven shots according to reports given to the Indiana State Police.
Most of the shots went wide, but one bullet lodged in…post was originally published on this site