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Heroic West Virginia Woman Uses Legally-Owned Pistol to Stop Gunman at Graduation Party




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A courageous woman from West Virginia is being praised as a hero after she effectively stopped a criminal armed with an AR-15-style rifle at a graduation party, Your Content has learned.

The incident took place last week at the Vista View Apartment Complex in Charleston. The woman, who remains unidentified, used her legally-owned pistol to shoot and kill the attacker, identified as Dennis Butler, a 37-year-old convicted felon.

Details surrounding the motive behind Butler’s actions remain unclear, and it is uncertain whether he had any connection to the event.

However, when he began shooting, the brave woman swiftly drew her firearm and successfully neutralized the threat.

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The swift response from the woman prevented further harm and loss of life.

It is worth noting that this incident has garnered less attention compared to the tragic Uvalde school shooting in Texas, where 19 children and two teachers lost their lives.

The incident has sparked intense political debates concerning gun reform in the United States, according to FLIPBOARD.

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