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April 15, 2018



DAILYKENN.com -- Oddly, those who believe in equality and advocate women's causes (or pretend they do), fail to see the significance of the Second Amendment. 


Leftists are not blind.

They are blindfolded.



Police said a woman shot a man who allegedly threatened her with a hatchet outside of a store on Tucson's south side Friday night.

The Tucson Police Department said officers responded to the area of south 6th Avenue and east Pennsylvania Drive around 8:40 p.m. for a report of a shooting. Police arrived at the scene and located a man on the ground with an obvious gunshot wound, TPD said.

Officers provided aid to the man before paramedics arrived. He was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, TPD said.

Police said the woman who shot the man stayed on scene and complied with police.

Investigators said the woman was leaving a store in the 4400 block of south 6th Avenue. She entered her vehicle and as she attempted to close the door the man approached her and demanded her car keys while holding a hatchet.

TPD said the woman retrieved a handgun and told the man to leave. As the man raised the hatchet, she shot him, police said. She was able to keep the man from leaving the scene until officers arrived.

The man remains in the hospital and charges are pending his release, TPD said.





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