|This is the granny who reportedly shot an intruder|
DAILYKENN.com -- As Britain turns browner it turns more violent. That is a thought you are not allowed to think.
The media typically refuses to include racial profiles of suspects, unless they're white. In this case the intruders were described as skinny and white; one estimated to stand 6' 6".
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Grandmother, 49, shoots machete-wielding thug with a CROSSBOW after he bursts into her home - but she won't be charged following outrage at arrest of pensioner who killed burglar
Anji Rhys, 49, shot the intruder at her home in Dunstable, Bedfordshire
Survivalist said she thought there was an explosion when her door was kicked in
Ms Rhys' son Dillon was pinned to the floor by the thugs but they quickly left
Unlike Richard Osborn-Brooks, she was not arrested as no one reported attack
A grandmother has revealed that she shot a masked thug with a crossbow after a gang wielding machetes burst into her home after mistaking it for a drugs den.
Anji Rhys, 49, grabbed the weapon, nicknamed 'Manstopper', when the four intruders broke in to her home in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, yesterday.
The weapons fan leapt into action after they broke in while she was watching TV.
The 49-year-old said: 'I had finished work at about nine o'clock and got home. My partner was asleep on the sofa, my 82 year old mum and my son were asleep upstairs.
'Ironically, I had put 24 hours in police custody on the television and it was 33 minutes in.
'I heard what I thought was a massive explosion and then I realised it was my front door that was being kicked in. I ran there and was met with a masked man with a hammer. He was about 6 foot 6 tall with a blue bandana hiding his face.
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