The Armed Citizen® June 26, 2020

A woman managed to retrieve a gun after her estranged husband, who had broken into her home, began to assault her and her boyfriend with a knife.

by posted on June 26, 2020
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A man plotted to attack his ex-wife and her new boyfriend in their home, where two children also lived. After strategically parking his car down the road, he walked to the apartment, armed with a knife. Once inside he used the blade to assault his ex-wife and her boyfriend. The woman managed to get away while her estranged husband continued to attack her boyfriend. She retrieved a firearm and shot the intruder multiple times. When police arrived, they administered first aid but the aggressor later died at the hospital. The woman's boyfriend was also taken to the hospital where he was treated for multiple injuries. The two children in the residence were unharmed. kark.com, 4/27/20, Texarkana, Ark.)

A 23-year-old man climbed up a balcony and broke into his child’s mother’s home on a Sunday morning. He assaulted the woman, but she was able to retrieve a firearm and fire at him, hitting him with a fatal wound to the chest. As of this date, the mother is not facing charges. (wjtv.com, 6/7/20, Jackson, Miss.)

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