As her 78 year old father ate the breakfast she had prepared for him, she picked up the family shotgun, pointed it at the back of his head, and pulled the trigger. She then poured kerosene in the living room, kitchen, and on some of her clothes tossed on the floor, and set the house ablaze. She later recalled she had every intention of dying in the fire along with her father. Death was the only way out of the dilemma she had created as she saw it.
The lack of gun violence in Israel and Switzerland probably has more to do with culture and government than gun ownership.
The “good guy shoots bad guy” theory assumes that the public will accept at least one gun related injury or death.