BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – When three young men pointed guns at Juliette Lockett last month, they took her car, a ring off of her finger and items from inside her Birmingham home.But family members of the elderly woman said they took so much more. They took the life of Lockett’s 53-year-old neighbor, who died in a hail of gunfire trying to protect Lockett. And ultimately, they said, they took Lockett’s life as well.Lockett died from a massive heart attack Saturday, one month and five days after the attack outside her home on Third Place Southwest. “Her life was never the same,” Lockett’s daughter, Yvette Sims, told AL.com. “She relived it over and over and over again. The situation was just so stressful for her.”Lockett’s pastor at Trinity Baptist Church agreed.