That way makes it very hard to break out of their stereotype.
Two suspects, wanted by Denver police on suspicion of homicide, for allegedly beating 73-year-old Torrance woman during a home invasion robbery.
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Badly beaten, 73-year-old Judie Turner told CBS2’s Andrea Fujii that she could not recall everything that happened but did remember blood all over her bathroom, CBS Los Angeles reported.
“Just panic is what it is. I mean, it happened so quick that you don’t have a lot of time to think,” Judie recalled.
It was Monday night when Turner said she heard strange noises and woke up to find two men in her bathroom.
“I guess he punched me in the face; he did something terrible,” she explained.
Police arrived after they were called by a neighbor who had seen two men trying to break in.
Police caught an 18-year-old suspect immediately. The other suspect, a 17-year-old, got away but police found him hiding in Turner’s garage rafters.
He told them he came to California because of Proposition 57, a law that allows for early release from prison.
Turner said she has lived in her house for 45 years. Her husband, a former Los Angeles police officer, died a couple of years ago.
“I’m doing as good as I can do. It takes a while to recover from a home invasion,” she said.
Black lives matters? Humanity matters!!
I don’t understand why people still think it’s ok to be unarmed even while at home.
Californians really need to stand up for their gun rights.
What do you think about this?
Michelle is an American conservative author she is committed to the constitutional principles of individual freedom, economic liberty, limited government, personal responsibility, and traditional values. She is a libertarian and provocateur who believes in freedom and liberty for all Americans. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington, while exposing politicians and individuals who wish to do us harm.