Yes, self-defense rights ARE women’s rights

The ex wanted did not want to let go, she got a  restraining order, which is pretty much worthless. Thankfully, she also had a firearm, which worked very well

CINCINNATI — A woman who police said shot her ex-boyfriend as he was trying to break into her East Price Hill home Thursday morning won’t face any charges.

The shooting happened at about 4:30 a.m. at Ring Place. Dante Ruff is accused of breaking into the woman’s home through a front window. She shot him in the abdomen, Sgt. Andrew Fusselman said.

First responders transported Ruff to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He was seriously injured but is expected to be OK

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said the woman won’t be charged with a crime.

“Thank goodness she had a concealed carry permit and was able to defend herself and her five children,” Deters said. “It is hard to image what might have happened to her or her children if she had not been able to protect herself and her family.”

Likely something terrible would have happened

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