Alone in her Phoenix, Ariz., home, Ethel Juniel heard
someone trying to break in. On his second attempt, the intruder
smashed a rear window with a bumper jack. When he reached in to
undo a door latch, Miss Juniel shot him dead with a .22 pistol.
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