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Monday, August 15, 2016

Tammi Erdman was raised believing no one should go into the southwest Florida Everglades without a firearm.
At her father’s house where she grew up, the nearest neighbor, who was once robbed and shot in his home, lived 15 miles away. Her mother cautioned her with stories of corpses being used to smuggle cocaine. As Ms. Erdman tells it, there’s nowhere to go in a bad situation, and, if you do get somewhere, nobody to help. She said the area is “the perfect place to get robbed.”

Read the complete article: Toledo Blade

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