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Episode 299: JUSTIFIED SAVES – Police Officer Shot and Killed in Apparent Self-Defense

Topic: JUSTIFIED SAVES – Police Officer Shot and Killed in Apparent Self-Defense

Today Riley and Matthew cover the latest stories from around the USA of JUSTIFIED SAVE events, situations where regular citizens were forced to stop violent attacks, robberies and sexual assaults by using their own lawfully possessed and carried firearms. Today's JUSTIFIED STORIES are no different especially in one story where a one man was justified in shooting and killing an Idaho police officer, and we also share the tough lesson learned by one man who tried to confront car thieves. What are your thoughts? Join in and listen!

Press PLAY above to hear our analysis of these incredible JUSTIFIED SAVES!

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