They were a relationship. It ended. But he wasn’t willing to leave it there. Man shot to death | The Lawton Constitution
Young-Dever said she was awakened with Stamper standing over her with a handgun pointed to her head and he made threats to kill her. She said she used a gun kept under pillow to defend herself. She said she doesn’t know how he gained entry to the house but that he didn’t have a key and wasn’t supposed to be there.
Cops found him “unresponsive” when they got there. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
The investigation continues.
So how would you respond to someone pointing a gun at you in the middle of the night? I would really like the gun-control groups to tell me how the hell this could have been better.
Self-defense is a human-right.
He charged her, and she responded appropriately. UPDATE: Man shot in Capitol Hill to be arrested – Capitol Hill Times
Seattle Police report a man hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his leg Monday morning will be arrested, after investigators determined the woman who shot him was acting in self-defense.
This appears to be a domestic violence issue, because “how dare you life without me” is still a thing in some people’s minds.
It didn’t work out for this guy, whatever he was thinking.
So how would you respond to an attack (or at least being “charged”) by an ex?
She left him. He was upset and went to threaten her (because he “loved her?). Woman apparently acted in self-defense in fatal shooting
She left him and went to stay with a friend. That friend was armed.
Sheriff Robert Jackson told The Denver Post the homeowner was housing a former girlfriend of 53-year-old Tony Alonzo Ferrara, who was barred from the area by a restraining order.
Ferrara, wielding a realistic-looking BB gun, was shot by the homeowner as he threatened her while trying to contact his ex-girlfriend Oct. 3. He died at the scene.
He thought he could intimidate a couple of women. He thought wrong.
Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0. Self-defense is a human-right.
He went back and violated the same protection order, and committed assault, and may have shot out a glass door. $90,000 cash bond set for man shot by Oxford homeowner after alleged assault
The sheriff’s office said Kahler entered the residence without permission to do so, went into the basement and confronted the protected party. Authorities said Kahler then began breaking things and screaming for his belongings.
The protected party went upstairs to show Kahler where his possessions were and he hit the woman across the face, police said. Another woman in the residence attempted to intervene and Kahler pushed her against a dishwasher and kicked the woman while she was on the ground, the complaints state.
After this fine-upstanding example of manhood beat up 2 women, he was ejected from the residence by the homeowner. At that point the glass door shattered. Since the homeowner thought he heard a gunshot, he grabbed his shotgun.
The homeowner then grabbed a shotgun and confronted Kahler, the sheriff’s office said. When Kahler allegedly made an “aggressive move” toward the homeowner, the homeowner shot the man in the leg with bird shot, authorities said.
Some of this is still under investigation, but after he got out of the hospital, he was hauled back to jail. If convicted of everything he is charged with, be may be in that jail for 20 years.
Father shoots and kills estranged wife and daughter, then himself. All in *gun free* England. Builder shoots wife and daughter before turning the gun on himself in Spalding
So does 3 dead count as a “mass shooting?”
He couldn’t take it that his marriage was over. So he became a murdering bastard. (Makes me wonder why the marriage fell apart.)
Predictably, neighbors were shocked. No one described him as quiet, but one neighbor did say he was “nice.”
Another neighbour said: “They were a lovely family I’m honestly shocked.”
No word on what firearm was used, which would be interesting given that handguns are illegal in the UK.
He must have been the worst at hide-and-go-seek ever. Tennessee woman shoots ex-boyfriend after he’s found hiding under bed | myfox8.com
She had a restraining order, which he violated multiple times. So she stopped counting on a piece of paper. She was having a security system installed when he sneaked into her home. But she also wasn’t relying only on an alarm system. She had a firearm.
Police say a woman shot her ex-boyfriend after he was allegedly found hiding under a bed at her home Tuesday afternoon.
He is in the hospital and will be charged with several things when he gets out.
If you need an order of protection, you also need a plan for you personal safety. A restraining order is only a piece of paper, and this incident marked the 4th time that this miscreant violated one.
A gun is not a guarantee. There are no guarantees in this life except for death and next winter’s snow. But relying on “the system” had let this woman down multiple times. As it is, there is a happy ending.
No charges are planned against the woman/homeowner because self-defense is a human-right.
I read too many domestic violence stories in the media. With depressing regularity, women are killed by men who claim to love them. This one has a better – though not happy – ending. ON THE RECORD: Belding woman acted in self-defense in fatal shooting
He had assaulted her on at least one other occasion. At least once, she had to go the hospital. He had a restraining order taken out by an ex-girlfriend. This time, she was afraid he was going to kill her.
Vincent went into the bathroom to get some of her things. Harrington then grabbed her and started hitting her and hitting her head against the wall, leaving a dent in the drywall.
Vincent told police she believed Harrington was going to kill her. She got away from Harrington, went into the bedroom and grabbed a handgun that was hanging on the wall.
She tried to lock herself in the bathroom, but that didn’t work out. She was in fear for her life so she shot the SOB. Until the gun was empty.
The prosecutor says “self-defense.” And a good thing too.
Self-defense is a human-right. Even when you know the person attacking you, it is still self-defense.