The gun-hating Left loves to say that a gun is likely to kill someone you know. And they say that like it’s a bad thing. Metairie woman fatally shot Tulane law student husband in self-defense against abuse, JPSO says.
A woman fatally shot her husband as he beat her and tried to strangle her in a Metairie home Friday, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office said Saturday. Investigators did not book her with a crime after questioning her.
They didn’t arrest her because she could provide “a detailed and well-documented history of physical and psychological abuse,” and they were convinced.
Self-defense is a human-right, even if you are defending yourself from someone you know.
It seems self-defense is legal in Ohio. (But then I thought it was.) Woman shot West Portsmouth man in apparent self-defense, Scioto County sheriff says.
The restraining order expired in September. He should have considered it to be permanent.
The woman caller told a Scioto County Sheriff’s 911 dispatcher Thursday afternoon that she shot a man who had been trying to break into her Blue Creek area home.
He had been convicted of “domestic threat” – a misdemeanor – in March. The restraining order was for July through September. She was wise to arm herself.
Self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.
But you knew that it was. And neighbors were shocked. Sheriff: Woman shoots, kills boyfriend in self defense.
He probably thought he was choking her because he loved her so much. Idiot.
The victim could be heard on 911 asking for an ambulance and telling the operator her boyfriend was coming at her with a big rock and tried to throw it at her head. She then told the operator she had a conceal-carry permit and had shot him in the chest.
The neighbors? They’re shocked because it is an over-55 community. (No youngsters allowed!) As if that would mean you don’t live in the Real World™.
The sheriff and the state’s attorney both agree that this was self-defense.
“This clearly appears to be, to us, a clear case of self-defense. Stand your ground is a defense that the shooter has to raise, we don’t raise it for the individual who did the shooting. So, If your question to me is, does it look like a Stand Your Ground, I would say that if she raises that as a defense, it would be a good one,” [Martin County Sheriff William] Snyder said.
Self-defense is a human-right.
Putting your faith in “The System” to guarantee your protection is little more than wishful thinking. Action, not condolences, the way to honor Aisha Fraser: Andrea Simakis.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – After Lance Mason got out of prison for choking and biting and hammering his wife Aisha Fraser in the face, he was hired by City Hall.
And Aisha? She drew up a will.
He “served nine months of a two year sentence for attempted felonious assault even though there was nothing attempted about it.” Her injuries were severe enough to require reconstructive surgery, and she suffered nerve damage. This is who the mayor of Cleveland thought was a guy who should work in city hall.
The politician who “gave him a 2nd chance,” the Mayor of Cleveland, is shocked to discover that abusive husbands will often kill their estranged wives, even in the face of restraining orders.
Mayor Frank Jackson told the cameras that no one could have predicted that Mason would be arrested for killing his estranged wife.
“Spin” doesn’t begin to cover it. Or maybe the Mayor of Cleveland is just completely clueless. (Are you lying, or are you just stupid Mayor Jackson?) Mayor Jackson isn’t responsible for this death; he’s only responsible for being an idiot.
A gun may not have saved this woman. “There are no guarantees in this life save for death and next Winter’s snow.” But “The System” seemed determined to ignore what this man had done. “If you make something less expensive, you will see more of it.” And so, since he had little punishment for severely injuring her, he killed her. Not exactly unexpected.
So exactly what did the “protective orders” do. Police arrest suspect in Kalihi for 22 restraining order violations.
She got the restraining order in March. It is good for one year. Exactly what it is good for eludes me.
Police said the man threatened his former domestic partner, a 24-year-old woman, in violation of a restraining order. The alleged offenses occurred between 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 1:30 a.m. today.
This is Hawaii, where it is all but impossible to defend yourself. (Firearms are bad. Or something.)
Still, the did arrest him, and no one died. Which is better than most of the stories of this type that I read.
And since Oklahoma has a “Make My Day” law, this will likely be ruled justified. TPD: Woman shoots ex-boyfriend who forced his way into her home.
The homeowner told officers her ex-boyfriend knocked on her front door. When she opened it, he pushed his way inside her house.
The woman told police he physically assaulted her, so she grabbed her pistol and shot him.
He is in a local hospital. He will have to answer some tough questions when the doctors are done with him.
Self-defense is a human-right.
Who would have thought it? Shooting of 59-year-old man in Austin ruled self-defense.
An investigation into a shooting that fatally wounded a man Sunday night during a domestic-related altercation in the Austin neighborhood has been closed after investigators determined it was committed in self-defense.
And that determination has been made at lightning speed.
Apparently it was a domestic violence thing.
Self-defense is a human-right, even in the People’s Republic of Illinois. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.