Grays Harbor County, Wash. – Gun control advocates seem to believe that a piece of paper from a judge is going to stop an armed attacker.
If we just pass one more law or get a judge to make one more judicial order, then magically criminals will begin to follow the law. Time and again this method has proven ineffective at stopping attackers.
A dead suspect in Grays Harbor County found out the hard way that a firearm is a rather effective means of putting an end of stopping an attack.
The suspect, whose name has not yet been released, went to the home of a 36-year-old woman who had a restraining order against him. Another individual living in the house confronted the attacker who was armed with a knife.
As the suspect attacked the man, the woman retrieved a firearm and killed the suspect.
The sheriff’s office says they do not intend to charge the homeowners in the shooting as it was done in self-defense.