The Armed Citizen® September 3, 2021

A mother was getting her three children ready for school when her abusive husband showed up at the house unexpectedly.

by posted on September 3, 2021
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A mother was getting her three children aged 8, 12 and 16 ready for school when her abusive husband showed up at the house unexpectedly. The man began physically attacking the mother, causing her to fear for her and her children's lives, forcing her to draw her handgun and shoot him multiple times, fatally wounding him. The aggressive husband had been out on bond for a previous attack on his wife. “We don't know what his intention was," Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said. "It quickly escalated." The case was referred to a grand jury to see if charges will be filed. However, the woman and children are safe thanks to her brave actions. (khou.com, Harris County, Texas, 08/16/21)

A man showed up at his estranged wife’s house to pick up some of his things. The couple got into an argument, and the man pulled a gun on her. In fear for her life, the woman then drew her firearm and shot him, hitting him twice. The man succumbed to his wounds. However, the woman was safe and cooperated with police. (kptv.com, Washington County, Ore., 09/23/19)

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