Is it just me...or is this discussion just going around in circles?
If this case makes ever makes it into court, which doesn't look like is going to happen, it will be up to the jurors to decide if the woman is guilty of brandishing, excessive use of force or what ever.
So far, the local prosecutor's inaction pretty much indicates that he/she doesn't think the woman committed a crime. How about we just chalk this one up to the good guys/girls?
NRA Life Member (2003)
I think that one of the notions common to the anti-gunner is the idea that being a victim is 'noble'; as if it is better to be noble in your suffering than disruptive in your own defense.