Concealed Carrier Arrested After Shooting Man Who Charged Him


CHICAGO, IL – Early Thursday morning, a confrontation between two men escalated, leading to a 35-year-old CCL holder shooting a 48-year-old man who allegedly charged at him.

The altercation, which began with an argument around 5:30 a.m., took a dangerous turn on the 300 block of South Michigan Avenue. According to FOX32, the younger man used his firearm to defend himself as the older man ran towards him. The 48-year-old man was subsequently transported to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and is in fair condition.

Despite possessing a valid CCL and FOID card, the 35-year-old shooter was arrested at the scene. This arrest raises questions about the use of deadly force and the circumstances under which it is considered justifiable. In Illinois, as in many states, the law allows for the use of deadly force in self-defense if there is a reasonable belief of imminent danger of death or great bodily harm. However, the specifics of each situation can complicate these determinations.

One critical factor in this case appears to be whether the 48-year-old posed a legitimate threat to the life of the CCL holder. Without a weapon, the perceived threat level becomes a grey area, subject to interpretation. This incident underscores the importance of understanding the nuances of self-defense laws and the responsibility of gun owners to make split-second decisions that align with legal standards.

As the investigation proceeds and charges are pending, we await further details.

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