Alertness & Assertive Disengagement
By John Farnam
Ft Collins, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- Another success story, due to a constant state of personal alertness:
“We arrived at the Tesla Charger just before 9:00pm. It was in a downtown, underground parking garage. While the car charged, we walked to a local café for a burger. They closed at 9:00pm, so we just made it.
We noticed a group of noisy vagrants in the park across the street. No police presence.
When we returned to our vehicle, a vagrant appeared and started pounding on a glass barrier to our left, while screaming incoherently. This person was obviously agitated, aggressive, and violent.
Suddenly, this person starts walking toward us!
The person was wearing a gray hoodie sweatshirt, with the hood up. It looked like an elderly woman, but difficult to tell, because the sweatshirt hood covered her hair.
I stood next to my car, interview stance, and spoke loudly:
‘Stop now! Do not come any closer’
She stopped, almost falling over forward.
I then ordered:
‘Turn around and go away.’
I could now see if was a female, cigarette in her right hand and bag in her left.
She slowly turned around and walked …Read the Rest