"I am here to tell you there was no ground to stand, there was no threat," Ms. McBath said Tuesday. "No one was trying to invade his home, his vehicle, nor threaten him or his family."
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"I couldn't understand what or who he was defending himself against," she said. "In this regard, there was no credible threat to him whatsoever."
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