Originally Posted by KansasCandR
What a brave young lady. I hope that she's recognized for keeping her composure and making good decisions. She has every right to be very proud of herself. It would be a tragedy if she's criticized for her actions. She's already A PTSD victim but I suspect that with the proper support from family, friends and her religious leaders , she'll do just fine.
Let's hope that her actions inspire other ordinary citizens to learn how to avoid become a victim of those who seek to take her rights away (both criminals and criminal organizations).
+100 on that one! It would be a tragedy, but if she had killed the guy, that tragedy would be a lot more likely. I'm glad for her sake that it worked out the way it did.
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