By Tom Knighton
For most folks, having to shoot someone in self-defense is horrific. It’s a traumatizing affair all on its own, completely separate from the attack that necessitated an armed response.
But it’s something that has to be done or else you’re going to die at the hands of a maniac.
Imagine, though, sometime later you find out that the man who attacked you, who tried to strangle you, was being held up as a victim of “gun violence.” How would you respond?
Well, that’s the reality facing one woman right now.
You may recall, a few months ago, we had a young motorcyclist on the shownamed Aubrey Bowlin.
Earlier this year, Aubrey was in a deadly road rage incident on I-5 in Pierce County with a 60-year-old man named Bruce Jones, who was driving a large car. This man forced her off the side of the road. Then he got out of his car amidst the heavy traffic of I-5 and began physically attacking this young woman.
Aubrey Bowlin is a somewhat petite woman, 23 at the time, and she was afraid that this much-larger man was going to kill her. He hit her and shook her, she described, like a dog shaking …Read the Rest
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