7 Year Old Stephanie Nicole Ella Shot Dead by Responsible Gun Owner on New Year’s Eve

7 Year Old Stephanie Nicole Ella Shot Dead by Responsible Gun Owner on New Year's Eve

To random people, responsible gun owners are far greater a threat than armed gangsters. You never know when a gun snackbarist could take you out and as their numbers around the world grow, so does the danger of getting killed by one. 7 year old Stephanie Nicole Ella from the Philippines could tell you all about it but won’t get a chance cause the bullet from a snackbarist killed her while she was watching the New Year’s Eve fireworks with her family in Quezon City, the Philippines.

Stephanie Nicole Ella was hit in the head by a stray bullet. She was taken to the East Avenue Medical Center but was pronounce dead on January 1, 2013 with the bullet still embedded in the left side of her face.

That’s a thing with responsible gun owners – they have a gun, might as well use it. Even if by just adding to the noise on the New Year’s Eve.

This wasn’t the only New Year’s Eve gunshot death in the Philippines. A boy from Mandaluyong city was accidentally shot in the back with a shotgun by an intoxicated man and also died.

7 year old Stephanie Nicole Ella was a decorated Grade One student at the Tala Elementary School in Caloocan City, north of Manila.

Philippine Police forensic experts said the bullet that killed Stephanie Nicole Ella was fired from a .45 caliber pistol. Based on the physical evidence that the police gathered, the gunman was likely near the child when the shot was fired. The investigation is ongoing, the case is rather big in the Philippines.

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34 thoughts on “7 Year Old Stephanie Nicole Ella Shot Dead by Responsible Gun Owner on New Year’s Eve

    • First off whoever shot this girl was NOT a responsible gun owner. So I guess because some people can’t own a gun without doing something stupid then we should get rid of all guns. In that case we need to get rid of all alcohol since it makes people drunk and they drive and kill people and more than likely that is what the person who shot this girl was drinking.

  1. Where I was on new years I heard ALOT of gun fire. Pistols, automatics and I was outside too. I started to think about those bullets coming down and I ran inside.

    • Someone needs to tell Buffsmom that in 30 to 70 years, when the US has turned into another Mexico, people will need their assault rifles to battle off corrupt police, government officials and drug cartels who’ll inevitably end up taking over. A fully armed public is probably going to be the only thing to keep these bastards in check.

      Dear Buffsmom, guns don’t kill people. Sick freaks with red hair do.

  2. gravity wins everytime…this is utterly idiotic, the only time my handcannon leaves the house is when i take it to the range…completely irresponsible behaviour.

    • Seconded.

      the seriousness and tragedy of the original topic aside…

      “hand-cannon” tickles my funny-bone for some reason. I must now use that in a sentence today.

  3. Allahu Charlton Hestonbar!!!

    Allahu From my cold dead handsbar!!!

    I know this didn’t happen in the U.S., but I think a gunman in the Philippines could share those sentiments. People, and their guns. Geez.

  4. This is why you’re taught in gun courses to shoot away from any houses. Of course, add in alcohol, that doesn’t matter.
    The man shouldn’t have been firing a gun within a (I’m assuming) rather crowded city or town.

    On another note, I’ll be surprised if this reaches any news station here in Canada, because why would anything that happens in the Philippines matter to us, only stuff like tsunamis or massacres in first world countries get any attention…

  5. Idk if that qualifies as him being a responsible gun owner. Being a responsible gun owner to me is someone who uses there gun as protection Who am I to judge though ?

    • Well according according to some responsible gun owners are worse than armed gangsters so I would I guess that any person that owns a gun is automatically a criminal in there eyes…how judgmental, it doesn’t seem to matter to them how you use it, it doesn’t matter if you do the right thing and keep it locked up, it doesn’t even matter that you know better than to do things like shoot up in the air, to them its all the same and according to them just having a gun will tempt you into doing bad things which is just ridiculous, either way its this kind of close mindedness that’s the real reason why anti gunners have gotten no where in their quest to ban guns, what surprises me is that there is so much talk of being anti sheep this and anti sheep that yet some how I’m suppose to be convinced into getting rid of my firearms so that I can depend on someone else to protect me and my family..forgive me if mistaken but isn’t that what sheep do depend on someone else? No thank you id rather be in control of my own life and my own protection than have to depend on someone else and if that makes me worse than an armed gangster so be it.

  6. I remember something like this during some festival I attended. Some jackass fired a pistol into the sky multiple times. Next day, I heard some kid got his hand shot clean through while he was sleeping in his bed. Turns out one of those bullets landed through the roof and into the boy’s hand.

  7. studies actually show that children taught how to shoot at a young age are far less likely to have an accident with a gun………. but hey who likes facts????

    • Guns and drugs are similar in that regard. It doesn’t matter how hard you try to keep them away from people, the demand is still there and they will get what they want. Might as well face these issues head-on and teach responsible use early in their lives instead of letting people figure it out the hard way. But morons like this will always be around and there isn’t much we can do about them, unless we pass a law to allow the extermination of idiots.

        • Though, in most places, you can get a “permit”–i.e. prescription–for many opiates, narcotics, and their facsimiles. Liquid drugs (alcohol) and OTC drugs don’t even require that much. Many of the aforementioned induce changes in brain chemistry and endocrine function–just as much as illicit drugs–on their own, and combining substances further broadens the spectrum. Just as people misuse guns, they also misuse drugs, regardless of legality.

        • Though, in most places, you can get a “permit”–i.e. prescription–for many opiates, narcotics, and their facsimiles. Liquid drugs (alcohol) and OTC drugs don’t even require that much. Many of the aforementioned induce changes in brain chemistry and endocrine function–just as much as illicit drugs–on their own, and combining substances further broadens the spectrum. Just as people misuse guns, they also misuse drugs, regardless of legality.

          Now whether either should be legal is another matter entirely; I’m just fartin’ around with the gun/drug analogy.

        • Though, in most places, you can get a “permit”–i.e. prescription–for many opiates, narcotics, and their facsimiles. Liquid drugs (alcohol) and OTC drugs don’t even require that much. Many of the aforementioned induce changes in brain chemistry and endocrine function–just as much as illicit drugs–on their own, and combining substances further broadens the spectrum. Just as people misuse guns, they also misuse drugs, regardless of legality.

          Now whether either should be legal is another matter entirely; I’m not directing my commentary one way or the other about that right now…

          I’m just fartin’ around with the gun/drug analogy. :D

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