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The woman told the dispatcher that Bellah previously attacked her and left her hospitalized a few weeks prior to the latest incident. The dispatcher stayed on the phone with the woman for more than 10 minutes before the sexual assault took place.
“Once again it’s unfortunate you guys don’t have any law enforcement out there,” the dispatcher said, according to Oregon Public Radio.
The woman responded: “Yeah, it doesn’t matter, if he gets in the house I’m done.”
Police say Bellah choked the woman and sexually assaulted her. He was arrested by Oregon State Police following the incident.
“There isn’t a day that goes by that we don’t have another victim,” Josephine County Sheriff Gil Gilberson told Oregon Public Radio. “If you don’t pay the bill, you don’t get the service.”
The sheriff’s department had to cut 23 deputies and the entire major crimes unit after it lost a multi-million dollar federal subsidy, according to Oregon Public Radio. There are now only six deputies left.
no need for anything fancy like that, a simple $200 shotgun would have saved her.
Originally posted by Abstruse
I do agree with the rest of you guys though. She should definitely buy an AR-15/tank/predator drone/tazer/EMP bomb/depleted uranium ammunition ASAP.edit on 23-5-2013 by Abstruse because: Monsanto is poisoning your family.
Originally posted by g146541
reply to post by Abstruse
The city, county, state, feds, Etc. are not liable for our safety.
This sort of a lawsuit has taken place before and failed miserably.
As far as mixing chems and using them, that is illegal and will get you arrested! (figure that)!!
This is why we have a 2nd Amendment, and why we should fight for its full reinstatement, full auto, silencers, Anything the military can have short of explosives.
Those of you saying that if she had a gun this wouldn't have happened are still blaming the victim if though it is unintentional.
You do not know her circumstances and why she didn't have a gun or use a knife.
For all we know she may have had a gun, but fear and panic could have have interfered with her thinking clearly causing her to forget about it.
She may have felt ill-prepared to use a gun she just purchased and feared that he could over power her and take the gun making things worse.
She may be afraid of guns.
The woman told the dispatcher that Bellah previously attacked her and left her hospitalized a few weeks prior to the latest incident.
"It is well-settled fact of American law that the police have no legal duty to protect any individual citizen from crime, even if the citizen has received death threats and the police have negligently failed to provide protection."
It was the most shocking thing I learned in law school. I was studying Torts in my first year at the University of San Diego School of Law, when I came upon the case of Hartzler v. City of San Jose. In that case I discovered the secret truth: the government owes no duty to protect individual citizens from criminal attack. Not only did the California courts hold to that rule, the California legislature had enacted a statute to make sure the courts couldn’t change the rule.