Welcome to this episode of our ONLY open-access content, our weekly News/Q&A Show. A transcript of the show is available at the Law of Self Defense Blog (http://lawofselfdefense.com/blog), with links to all relevant content mentioned.
In today’s News/Q&A Show for September 2, 2021 we did things in a different way than normal, and focused exclusively on discussing and answering live questions about the Ashli Babbitt shooting of January 6, 2021.
I decided to use today’s News/Q&A Show to wrap up my coverage and analysis of that tragic event, and tie up any last questions that folks might still have in their minds.
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