Texas Man Admits To Disposing Of Dismembered Body, Claims Self-Defense
By Tom Knighton
Thanks to rhetoric from anti-gunners and the media, a lot of people may have gotten the impression that claiming self-defense is a “get out of jail free” card when it comes to murder. After all, there’s been plenty of talk about how self-defense laws and Stand Your Ground laws basically just give people permission to murder folks, so it’s not surprising that some people might start to believe it.
Maybe that’s what happened when a Texas man murdered a Florida woman, then dismembered her body for disposal.
Christopher Lee Takhvar, a 43-year-old Texas man, was arrested for the murder of Florida native, 63-year-old Robin Lee Upson.
According to the Marion County (Florida) Sheriff’s Office, an investigation started when Upson’s dismembered and decapitated remains were found in the Ocala National Forest in June 2018.
Authorities later found out that that Takhvar, Robin’s business partner and friend of about 20 years, had murdered her, and dismembered and disposed of her body.
On June 11, 2018, MCSO deputies were called to an area near the intersection of NE 115th Avenue and East Highway 40 in the Ocala National Forest in reference to human remains being found there by a hiker.
When they got to the scene, …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms