Posted August 14, 2018 12:37 pm by Comments

By John Falkenberg

SELMA, AL — A woman was thrown behind bars after shooting and killing her estranged husband in front of her home July 31, AL.com reports.

It’s not very clear why, but let’s break down what happened:

  • Jacqueline Dixon, now behind bars, had a protection from abuse order against her husband, Carl, which was requested in 2016.
  • AL.com reports that Ms. Dixon didn’t ask for the enforcement of the order on a couple of occasions.
  • Jacqueline Dixon was awarded custody of their two children.
  • Carl Dixon, according to Jacqueline, charged her in her own driveway, and she shot and killed him with a “small caliber” handgun.

That’s pretty darn cut-and-dry, but she was arrested on a warrant for “murder-domestic violence.”

Now, my question is simple: what kind of victim-blaming, nonsensical, unjust malarkey is this?

Woman shot, killed estranged husband in driveway, police say https://t.co/r9yamZNIOz pic.twitter.com/fqIZNcAOAX

— AL.com (@aldotcom) August 1, 2018

If this woman used her firearm to defend herself against a documented abuser in the middle of posing himself as a deadly threat to her or her kids, exactly who has the right to bring her up on charges? That goes doubly so for anyone living within a “stand …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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