A brave 75-year-old woman from Oakland faced a harrowing ordeal when two criminals invaded her home late at night. These heartless thugs went straight to her bedroom, wielding guns and menacingly demanding her valuables.
It appears they had likely been stalking her, knowing she was an elderly woman living alone. However, this courageous woman remained composed and quick-thinking. With remarkable presence of mind, she retrieved her trusty .357 magnum from her nightstand, discreetly concealing it under her blanket, biding her time for the perfect moment. When she saw an opportunity, she fearlessly unleashed the power of her firearm, protecting herself and thwarting the threat.
After the courageous woman fired the first shot, the cowardly thugs immediately fled the scene, desperately firing a hail of bullets while making their escape. Astonishingly, despite the barrage of 17-20 rounds, this resilient elderly lady managed to evade all the bullets, emerging unscathed from the terrifying encounter. Her remarkable composure and determination in the face of danger allowed her to defend herself and avoid any harm, turning the tables on her attackers and proving her remarkable strength and resilience.
“This woman is a hero, I really admire her,” one neighbor said.
Another one said:
“[Criminals in Oakland] are really playing with their lives. All these people around here are armed.”
Praise the Lord and pass the ammo.
If you have young, armed, violent men stalking and home-invading a 75-year-old woman in your neighborhood, obviously ready to kill her, you better have yourself a gun, too. And you better be more proficient with it than the bad guys. Just something to think about.
The home invasion robbery happened around 2 a.m. on July 26 at a residence near the Oakland Zoo in the hills on Ettrick Street in the Chabot Park neighborhood, according to the Oakland Police Department.
Her actions demonstrate incredible bravery and resourcefulness in the face of danger.
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