A Louisiana woman was kidnapped and had been missing for two days when her family decided to do something about it. The woman’s relatives felt the police were taking too long and time was running out for their loved one.
The family grabbed their guns and went on a rescue mission looking for the kidnapper who was the woman’s ex-boyfriend and who also had a restraining order against him. Once again we have an example where a law does nothing to protect an individual from a violent criminal.
The armed family was checking out an abandoned home when they heard the woman scream. It was then that the kidnapper told the woman he would kill her if they tries to break into the house.
The ex-boyfriend began stabbing the woman the moment the family entered the house and one of the family members shot the man dead, saving the woman’s life.
By the time the police showed up the whole ordeal was over. The district attorney says he is not going to be pressing charges against the family at this time.
Like so many abused women the kidnapped woman kept filing police reports against her ex and he kept getting released on bond. In June she filed for this restraining order saying “He choked me until the point I couldn’t breathe.”
It was not a restraining order that saved this woman’s life, and it was not even the police that saved her life. Thanks to her family who owned guns and knew how to use them this woman is alive and safe today, even though gun control activists would have rather seen this woman die than to see a gun save her.
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