By Tom Knighton
Anti-gun zealots love to present domestic violence as all the reason they should need to enact further gun restrictions. After all, some people are dangerous and those people tend to engage in violence early and often. Sutherland Springs is a prime example. That killer had a history of domestic violence, after all.
But there’s a flip side that the gun grabbers miss. They forget that women use guns to defend themselves, kind of like this one:
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man accused of attacking his ex-wife as he tried to break into her home.
The victim told police she shot Randolph Bishop in the face before he ran away.
Police said Bishop tried to break into the victim’s home with a crowbar.
According to a police report, Bishop said he wanted to talk, and when the woman agreed, he attacked her.
The Sheriff’s Office said the woman had a gun and fired at Bishop, hitting him in somewhere in the face.
Action News Jax crime and safety expert Ken Jefferson said she had every right to protect herself.
“She was in fear and her fears came to life when he assaulted her outside. She did the next best thing and protected …Read the Rest
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