It’s never easy to write an article such as this one, but it’s the reality of the world that we live in. We can preach all day about the importance of personal protection, but in the ends it’s up to each person to decide whether or not they want to take that step to help them gain an advantage in a dangerous situation.
In this particular case, there’s no information as to whether or not the victim was even a fan of firearms. I’m not here to pass judgement or to say that she wasn’t prepared, because firearms simply aren’t for everyone.
No, the purpose of this article is to show just how ineffective a piece of paper is, when it’s purpose is to keep someone away.
Tabitha Birdsong had an order of protection folded in her back pocket when she was found dead Tuesday near Roanoke Park in Kansas City.
The man named on the order, Gene A. Birdsong, is charged with killing her.
Jackson County prosecutors on Thursday charged 42-year-old Gene Birdsong of Kansas City, Kan., with first-degree murder and armed criminal action.
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Source:: Concealed Nation