Welcome to Aftermath, a portion of our First Line email newsletter where Attorney Anthony L. DeWitt walks you through a real-life self-defense incident and shares his key takeaways.
Down But Not Out
WYFF Channel 4 News reported that when a man appeared at a woman’s door one morning asking for jumper cables, the Taylors, South Carolina, homeowner told him she couldn’t help. The man left but returned a few minutes later. Forcing his way into her home, the assailant grabbed the woman’s neck and threw her to the ground. Whatever evil intention he planned was cut short when the homeowner pulled a pistol and pointed it at the intruder. He ran for his life, leaving her doorbell camera with a good look at his face. Police were notified.
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