The victim was collecting money for charity when the Palestinian terrorist followed him into a wine shop and stabbed him multiple times in the upper body.
Police say the man came to the house already agitated and armed with a knife, but after the homeowner asked him repeatedly to leave, things got ugly.
The Anaheim police chief said even though most disagree with the group’s beliefs, they still have the right to lawfully gather and not be met with violence.
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A young boy was shot and killed outside of a Juliette, Georgia, home over the weekend and authorities said the man that pulled the trigger was acting out of fear.
Four suspects broke into the home, while a fifth remained in a vehicle outside, but once gunfire erupted, the getaway driver fled from the scene.
Didarul Sarder heard a woman screaming for help as she was being stabbed repeatedly, so he unholstered his weapon and told the suspect to freeze.
Witnesses told authorities they feared being shot, but when police arrived on the scene, they found the man had a toy gun and a plastic knife.
The suspect put a knife to the woman’s throat and forced her into her car before she grabbed her gun and shot him.
The man’s wife said she believes it was their Second Amendment right to carry that saved their lives.