Posted July 24, 2015 3:00 pm by Comments

By Robert Farago


“The motorist said he was stopped at a red light on 1st Ave and S. Lander Street, next to a black Ford Expedition,” reports. “When the light turned green, a third car blew through the intersection, cutting off the victim and the Expedition. The victim honked at the third car as it sped away, and continued on. Moments later, the victim told police the driver of the Expedition pulled alongside him and displayed a handgun.” Really? Did the Ford driver really brandish his firearm simply because another vehicle honked at him? And did this happen then? . . .


The victim pulled behind the Expedition and drove through SODO until both vehicles stopped near the Krispy Kreme doughnut shop at 1st Ave and Holgate Way. At that point, the Expedition driver got out of his vehicle, approached the victim’s car and began shouting at him while displaying the handgun, according to police.

The victim drove away, flagged down an officer and reported the incident.

Here’s the alternative account from the Expedition driver.

Officers later found the Expedition at 18th Avenue South and S. McLellan Street and made contact with the driver, a 35-year-old Burien man, who was accompanied by his …read more

Source:: Truth About Guns

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