Stalked and Defenseless:

Stalked and Defenseless:

by Nikki Goeser

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Overview

For Nikki Goeser it was a day like any other ... with one exception. Her husband, Ben, had only 16 hours to live. On that fateful day in Tennessee, the man she loved would be murdered by a demented and evil coward who was stalking her. In compliance with state law, Nikki had left her legal firearm locked in the car. With the help of legislatively created pistol free zones, one evil man gunned down Nikki's husband as she was forced to look on, alone, defenseless and disarmed by an ill-conceived law designed to protect her. Read this inspiring story of courage through remorse, as one woman struggles to seek justice for the man she loves. Follow Nikki Goeser as she fights to ensure that others are never held victim to the same terrible fate.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578622170
Publisher: John Lott
Publication date: 12/22/2019
Pages: 136
Sales rank: 210,479
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Nicole “Nikki” Goeser lives in Tennessee and is a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Knoxville where she earned her degree in Psychology. Nikki became a Second Amendment Activist and Victim’s Rights Advocate after the brutal murder of her husband “Ben” by a man that had been stalking her. She is the executive director of the Crime Prevention Research Center. She has been featured on programs such as Nightline, Fox Business with John Stossel, ABC News, CNN, the Sean Hannity Radio Show, The BBC, NRA News and The Investigation Discovery Channel. Nikki was awarded the Sybil Ludington Women’s Freedom Award by the National Rifle Association in 2012 for her activism.

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Stalked and Defenseless: 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
John Lott 3 months ago
No one should suffer the horrible tragedy Nikki Goeser faced with the murder of her husband and the legal system that failed her. This powerful book explains how to avoid such tragedies, and how so many gun control laws only make things worse. My only hope is that enough people read this very moving and personal book and take it to heart. Nikki is my hero.