The Armed Citizen® November 12, 2021

Two women engaged in a physical altercation at a youth sporting event, but it didn't end there.

by posted on November 12, 2021
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Two women got into a physical altercation at a youth sporting event. One woman sustained an injury from the fight and went home. However, the other woman—who inflicted the injury—went to the victim’s home later that night and began aggressively banging on the door. Fearing for her safety, the resident armed herself before answering the door. Once the door was opened, the aggressive woman immediately charged into the house. The victim fired her gun once, hitting the intruder. The resident rendered aid and called 9-1-1, but the intruder was pronounced dead. The county prosecutor, Joe Deters, said that the intruder “came to this woman’s home, after physically harming her once already that night, and made this woman fear for her life. This is clearly self-defense.” (cincinnati.com, Cincinnati, Ohio, 09/21/21)

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