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150701-chuck-de-caro-lynne-russell_0af1f1110260d2de036769ab48ba9eb6.nbcnews-fp-360-360Though victimized, more in Albuquerque decided to be victors by defending themselves. Justifiable homicide rate spiked to 15% (normally is around 5%).

Note that one of the cases involved famous CNN anchor Lynne Russell:

Throughout 2015, similar scenarios played out over and over again across the city as civilians shot would-be burglars. Six of the eight justifiable homicides occurred during attempted burglaries or robberies – more than in the previous four years combined. In one case, a suspected burglar was breaking through a screen door when he was shot, and, in another, at least two men allegedly forced their way into a house and shot a resident before one of the intruders was killed. And, in June, a high-profile case caught national press when two ex-CNN staffers were involved in a gunfight at a hotel on Albuquerque’s West Side.Police say Chuck de Caro shot and killed a man who had forced his way into de Caro’s room and attempted to rob him and his wife, Lynne Russell, at gunpoint. De Caro was shot three times and suffered serious injuries.

Source: Self-defense shootings spike in Albuquerque – ABQJournal Online

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