An Aposhian defense

Published June 8, 2013 1:01 am
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Re "Aposhian, Utah's top gun spokesman, to lose firearms based on civil stalking injunction" (Tribune, June 4):

A great opportunity for poetic justice was missed recently in the situation of Utah's "top gun spokesman": When, according to allegations contained in news reports, Clark Aposhian "invaded" his former wife's property and threatened "to bury" her and her current husband, she should have drawn her pistol from concealment and in defense shot at Aposhian instead of calling the police.

Whoa, lady! You say you don't carry a concealed weapon? Didn't Aposhian teach you the right way to handle situations like this?

Roy Keir

Salt Lake City

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