WL 377 – 911 MISTAKES: THE CALL THAT SAVES YOUR LIFE COULD PUT YOU IN PRISON! (To avoid a self-defense shooting turning into a nightmare, you need to know how to avoid common mistakes that START with your 911 call after an incident.)

So here’s the scenario:

Someone breaks into your house and attacks you…

…you shoot him in self-defense…

…and like a good civilian, you call the cops to report the incident.

What happens next?

Well hopefully, Officer Smiley shows up alongside an ambulance… they remove the garbage from your living room floor… and you show up on the next day’s news as the “hero of the day”.

Except sometimes they put YOU in jail instead!

To avoid a self-defense shooting turning into a nightmare like this, you need to know how to avoid common mistakes that START with your 911 call after an incident.

In this this week’s podcast episode, warriors, we cover the 3 most common errors people make when they dial 911… and how you can avoid them while setting yourself up to better defend and justify your actions!

Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:

  • A secret about 911 call recordings you may not know.
  • The one thing a 911 operator is TRAINED to do to you when you call!
  • Why you should (or shouldn’t) HANG UP on 911!
  • And much, much more!

As always, I’d love to hear from you on our blog regarding YOUR thoughts on this topic.

Share your tips, tricks, and thoughts with me… and help us build our Warrior Life community.

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The Lost Ways prepares you to deal with worst-case scenarios with the minimum amount of resources just like our forefathers lived their lives, totally independent from electricity, cars, or modern technology.

So pay chose attention because this video will change your life forever for the good!

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