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Rapist’s Victim Grabs Gun And Shoots Him In The Face

October 19, 2015 First Responders, girls and guns, Self-Defense No Comments
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Rapist’s Victim Grabs Gun And Shoots Him In The Face

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Accused rapist Duane Portman Sr. kidnapped a woman, brought her back to his work where he was employed as janitorial service, and proceeded to rape her. It was about 3 a.m. at Labelz 4 Less in Springfield, OH, when Portman held a gun to the woman’s head and raped her.

However, this woman decided she wasn’t going to be an easy target for her assailant so she fought and wrestled the gun away from Portman. She then fired and shot him twice in the face. She then ran and drove herself to the hospital. The rapist also drove himself to the hospital but was “confused” and “unable to tell police the circumstances surrounding the shooting.”

Hmm I wonder if it was the bullets to the face that caused him confusion and difficulty confessing? Or the fact that he didn’t want to incriminate himself as a rapist to police. The answer became clear when he pleaded not guilty to the rape charges. Either way it only took the jury four hours to convict him with the evidence provided in trial.

He obviously survived the shots to the face with minimal injuries, and arrived to court with a bandage covering his eye.

It was incredible that the woman found it in her to fight back against a rapist who was holding a gun to her head. She refused to let a stranger gamble with her life. It must have been terrifying not knowing if her rapist would chose to let her live after victimizing her. Situations like this are examples of why our right to the Second Amendment is so important.

Rapes, robberies and murders are prevented every day by law-abiding citizens with guns. Not only do guns prevent crimes, they deter future crimes.

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