University of Washington Police Seek to Indict Woman in Milo Shooting Incident for Protecting Her Husband
I think most of you remember the shooting outside of a Milo Yiannopoulos event at the University of Washington around 3 months ago. There were conflicting reports about which group fired the shots, antifa thugs or Milo supporters. As it turns out, some antifa nutter attacked a Milo supporter and ended up catching a hot one from the guy’s wife (it was originally thought to be the husband who did the shooting). If you ask me, this was a fully justified shooting. The guy ended up living, which is fine. I’m not going to wish him dead, although I will say had he died, it would have been on his own head. You would think this would be the end of the story. However, progressive authorities there on campus now want to lock the poor woman up for protecting her loving husband.
University of Washington police are recommending a felony assault charge against a woman who they say shot a protester outside a hall where “alt-right” provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos was speaking on campus in January, according to two sources familiar with the investigation.
The recommendation was submitted Wednesday by UW police detectives to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, where senior prosecutors will review the investigation and make a charging decision, possibly as early as next week, according to the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity…
The prosecutor does have the option of rejecting this recommendation, which I really hope ends up being the result here. Perhaps you should reach out to the local prosecutor, especially if you live in that area. This woman acted in defense of her husband and should not be charged with a crime.