Actress Kelly Carlson: Speaks about how she got a gun when she was stalked

This beautiful woman will get a few people to listen about guns.  From Fox News:
“Nip/Tuck” actress Kelly Carlson began training in Kali, a form of martial arts from the Philippines, when she was 19. But despite her extensive self-defense training, she found herself in a life-threatening scenario where her martial arts background wasn’t enough. 
"Owning a firearm...was life changing for me because women for sure, but even men too can be in a very, very vulnerable position with no options if you have intruders or any scenario where you're being dominated physically," Carlson told FOX411. "[A firearm] is the only equalizer you have." 
The 39-year-old revealed a person in her past began stalking her in 2012 and even hired people to break into her home and tap her phones. After several break-ins and being followed on the streets, she contacted law enforcement who were not sympathetic to her situation. 
“Law enforcement, they didn’t take me seriously. probably because I’m an actor but also because my situation was a little crazy,” she admitted. 
One good thing came out of the scary ordeal: Carlson met her husband Dan after hiring him to teach her counter-surveillance. . . .



Blogger Unknown said...

Always worth a read John! Thanks! We have a video blog project to create an oral history and commentary on firearms control in Canada at www.the1000.ca - Hope you will drop by

8/01/2015 5:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with your story. No matter what the training, a gun is the equalizer.

8/13/2015 11:41 PM  

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