You gotta love this. Note that the story originated from Associated Press, not FOX.
The recent shootings in Omaha left the media reeling from reports that the mall was a gun-free zone and that nothing would've stopped the kid from his rampage. Shootings followed quickly in Colorado, only the body count was low because someone on the scene (a female security guard) was armed with a handgun. Not only does the guard save the day, but she credits divine assistance in calming her nerves.
How can the media cope with this? The idea that someone other than a cop stopped the guy is devastating to the media message that mass murderers can't be stopped until they take their own lives or are killed by police. Even worse in their eyes, a woman with a gun stopped the guy.
The answer: discredit the messenger, as they've done with everyone else who has poked holes in left-wing BS. So today the news headlines are making it a point to say that the Colorado gunman took his own life -- glossing over the fact that the guard had already hit him several times, and that "killed himself" was a matter of autopsy definition of the most fatal round. Obvious question: did she shoot him repeatedly after he was dead, or did he shoot himself after realizing the game was over and being shot several times?
Then they followed it up by discrediting the guard because she had been fired from the Minneapolis police force for lying about swearing at a bus driver.
So in one fell swoop, they managed to spin the story to say that she didn't kill the guy, is a liar, and a hypocrite for swearing and claiming to be religious. That way, they can discredit the incident as an anomaly and stick to the mantra that the killer went on a rampage until he took his own life.
Facts don't mean much to the media anymore. Look up the definition of "propaganda" sometime.