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This is about the lady, Jenne Assam, who was the Security Guard  Who shot the intruder entering the Colorado Springs Church. She is commenting on the Sugarland Texas shooting. Short and interesting. Watch it. 

https://kdvr.com/2017/11/06/former-guard-who-killed-gunman-at-colorado-springs-church-reacts-to-texas-shooting/

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I found it interesting that the narration seems to indicate she was carrying an unloaded gun.

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Unloaded gun.

My take on that was, he was trying to add all the drama to the story as he could. 

Fact remains this lady was on the job. She looked the elephant in the eyes, and stood tall. Tuff lady and so was the man/neighbor in the Summerland Texas, who shot the church shooter there, as he was leaving the church. And fact of the  matter the guy in Antioch TN who tackled the shooter in that church. These all were courageous individuals.  

The news media is notorious for using a lot of sensational descriptive words in their stories.  After all they have an agenda…..paint firearms in the most bad light as possible. 

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