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Crime Victim’s mom, sister use golf club and knife to kill attacker

06:15  30 november  2020
06:15  30 november  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Domestic violence suspect is fatally stabbed with golf club after victim ' s mother, sister come to her aid in South Pasadena. (KABC) -- A man who broke into a home in South Pasadena and attacked his estranged girlfriend on Saturday morning was fatally stabbed and beaten with a golf club after the

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A man attacking his estranged girlfriend was killed when the woman’s mother and sister came to her rescue brandishing a golf club and knife.

a close up of a logo: The 37-year-old domestic violence victim was treated for facial injuries and released from a hospital. Her mother and sister will not be charged. © Jeff Bachner The 37-year-old domestic violence victim was treated for facial injuries and released from a hospital. Her mother and sister will not be charged.

The wild incident took place Saturday morning in South Pasadena, Calif., the Los Angeles Times reported.

Justin Goss, 40, of Glendale, smashed a window, entered the home and began choking his former girlfriend, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Lt. Barry Hall told the newspaper.

That’s when her mother and sister stepped in.

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The mother of one of the victims took photos of her daughter' s wounds and her in good spirits Two massive knives and a black backpack were discarded in the car park following the alleged attack on At one point a police officer drew his taser, but officers managed to arrest the teen before it was used .

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“They tried to pull him off, and it didn’t work; he was too strong,” Hall told the L.A. Times. “So they had to resort to using weapons.”

By the time law enforcement officers responding to a domestic violence complaint arrived, Goss was dead from the beating and stabbing, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release.

The 37-year-old attack victim was treated for facial injuries and released from a hospital. Her mother and sister will not be charged.

“They were well within their rights to defend her by using deadly force against him,” Hall said, according to the L.A. Times.

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