“Jennifer Paulson, a 30-year-old special education teacher at a Tacoma elementary school, knew she was in danger this week when her alleged stalker was released from the Pierce County Jail, three days after she had him arrested. She started staying away from her home in an attempt to avoid him.It didn’t work. When she showed up for work Friday morning, he was already there — and had been waiting for hours, according to reports neighbors gave police. Paulson was shot more than once as she walked into the school. Her body lay near the base of a large evergreen tree with blood seeping from her mouth.”
She did everything the “experts” tell us to do: Go to the cops, file a restraining order,got him arrested when he violated the order. Yet she is dead today and a family and a community grieves.
In the meantime her killer Jed R. Waits, is now occupying a slab at the local morgue while his accomplices are alive and well and still dispensing killer advice to many women out there. Janet Paulson is dead but she died a moral death: she never resorted to violence, she didn’t have a gun, she never had a chance to defend herself. This has to be one Sarah Brady’s proudest achievements.
Gun Control: The theory that a woman found dead in an alley,
raped and strangled with her panty hose, is somehow morally
superior to a woman explaining to police how her attacker
got that fatal bullet wound.