The Armed Citizen® August 7, 2020

A woman was asleep in her bed at 1 a.m. when a man forced entry into her home.

by posted on August 7, 2020
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Two women and two young children were at home in Scott County, Va., one Tuesday, in a neighborhood that has been described as “Mayberry.” A man gained entry into the home, and one of the women, fearing for her and the other occupants’ safety, shot him, causing a fatal injury. No one else was harmed during the incident. At the time of this report, no charges had been filed. (WJHL.com, Scott County, Va., 06/17/20)

A woman was asleep in her bed at 1 a.m. on a Saturday night when a man forced entry into her home. Barely awake, the woman was rising to investigate, when the intruder barged into her room, grabbed her and threw her onto the bed. Her instincts took over, and she was able to grab her handgun and shoot the attacker. The intruder was dead when police arrived. (KSLA.com, Shreveport, La., 06/06/20)

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