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Female Concealed Carrier Kills Armed Robber, The Violent Offender Was Quickly Defended As The Real Victim (Video)

After pulling a gun on a woman, an armed robber was fatally shot when his victim unveiled her own concealed carry. Despite his lengthy criminal history, the violent offender was quickly defended as the real victim.

A woman fatally shot a man who was trying to rob her at a bus stop Tuesday morning in Chicago’s Fernwood neighborhood, Chicago police said.

The shooting and attempted robbery occurred at a bus stop in the 500-block of West 103rd Street at about 6:15 a.m., police said.

The incident was captured by surveillance video. The victim, a 25-year-old woman, was waiting for her bus when a 19-year-old man attempts to rob her at gunpoint.

The woman, who has a concealed carry license, was armed as well. Surveillance video shows as they struggle, she pulled out her gun and shot him in the neck.
The robber identified as Laavion Goings was later tracked down by police and transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center, where he died from his wound.
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Fortunately, his victim sustained only a minor injury and was released without charges. However, not everyone was glad that the young lady had the means to protect herself.


Zack Ford, is the editor of ultra-progressive online newspaper Think Progress.

Despite Ford’s popularity with his followers, his tirade encountered a swift backlash with nearly every commenter criticizing his defense of an armed criminal. Still, the response prompted Ford to double down on his unpopular stance.

“The punishment for armed robbery is not death, though. Of course I don’t think he should have had a gun either, but if she had let him rob her, even at gunpoint, both likely would have survived,” he replied. “It’s the praise for her gun ownership that bothers me.”

He was joined by many progressives who attacked the real victim and called her a terrorist.
However, the man Ford is defending has a history of arrests, which included violence. In fact, he had allegedly attacked a police sergeant and an officer during a drug raid. He was only out of jail for two months when he was fatally shot while attempting to rob the woman.