A crowd of people rallied against gun violence at the Georgia State Capitol in honor of Trayvon Martin Tuesday, the one year anniversary of his shooting death. Many of the protesters were speaking out against so-called "stand your ground" laws, which allow gun owners to use deadly force if they feel as if their lives are in danger.
During the rally, one female protester -- wearing an Obama hat -- told WGCL-TV that using a firearm in self-defense "is not an option."
"It's not an option," she repeated.
The reporter then asked her, "But what if someone is trying to kill you?" She replied, "They'll just have to kill me."
"What an incredible admission on this woman's part," CNSNews.com's Stephen Gutowski writes. "She's willing to let everybody know that she'd rather be murdered than use a gun in self defense. She'd rather be a victim than be armed."
Another protester said gun control only hurts law-abiding gun owners, not criminals.
"I think that people should have the right to defend themselves. It's our Second Amendment right and any sort of legislation on guns or any sort of gun control, all it's doing is hurting the victims."