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    The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday it has determined that the shooting death of an Eglin airman by his wife was a “justifiable use of deadly force.”

    No charges will be filed against Febia Wyza, 32, in the death of Eglin Tech. Sgt. James Wyza. The incident took place on March 9 around 8 a.m. at 6114 Magnolia Lane in the Crestview area.

    The decision by the Sheriff’s Office was made based on evidence at the scene, the findings of the medical examiner, information gathered during the investigation, statements from Febia Wyza, and a history of domestic violence between the couple. Investigators say Febia Wyza had been a victim of domestic violence for several years.

    On the day of the shooting, Febia Wyza said James Wyza came home from work, struck her, slammed her into a wall, and attacked her with a knife, according to a Sheriff’s Office news release.

    Febia Wyza hit James Wyza in the groin, went to a bedroom to get a gun, and then went into a bathroom where James Wyza confronted her, the release said.

    Febia Wyza said she then shot James Wyza four times with a .357 magnum revolver. Febia Wyza said she and James Wyza had been arguing over her plans to move to St. Augustine with their two children, according to the release.

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    Febia Wyza said she then shot James Wyza four times with a .357 magnum revolver.
    Ultimate marriage counseling.
    Always sad that ended up this way. But she is alive and will be able to take care of her kids.
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    No reason for abuse of wife...verbal, hey that can be a two-way street...physical, the man had no excuse for putting his hands on his wife in anger...and it cost him dearly...

    Sounds like there was a paper trail of trouble...glad she's ok!

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    St. Augustine it is. Dang.
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    another one bites the dust....

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    I don't have any pity for a man who beats up on his wife or girl friend. This jerk got what he deserved

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    Blam, Blam, Blam, Blam!!!

    Q: What do you telll a woman with two black eyes?
    A: Nothing, she's allready been told twice.

    Q: What do you tell a husband with 4 .357s in his chest?
    A: You shouldn't beat your wife.

    As mentioned, it's always sad when it ends like this, I have a special hatred for women abusers, hate to say it, but he got what was coming to him...

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    Everyone has their breaking point and he found hers. Nice shot, Febia. Rot in Hell, James.
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    While the outcome is good for her. Its important to remember that every spouse who kills in self-defense there is a much greater number of spouses who murder the other spouse.
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    What is the first thing a battered woman does when she gets home from the shelter?

    The dishes if she knows whats good for her.


    Seriously though:

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    I don't have any pity for a man who beats up on his wife or girl friend. This jerk got what he deserved
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    todays paper has her story.

    sad story, but at least she's alive to tell it.

    http://nwfdailynews.com/article/2900

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    In the case of a true abuser I would say he got what he deserves but I don't know the whole story and the way things are nowadays the anti-abuse system can be abused like any other.

    Look around at work for people who abuse FMLA whenever they don't feel like going to work.

    Look at friends, neighbors and others you know going through a divorce, first thing the woman does after talking with her friends is file a PFA.

    This list can get quite lengthy.
    Good programs gone wrong.

    Unfortunately I know this program abuse first hand. Thirteen years ago my ex didn't actually file a PFA but threatened me with one for no good reason. About 3 months later my son came to visit me and had bruises all over his body. I called the PD and my son informed the officer who arrived that the bruises were from his mother beating him, the officer refused to file a report.

    Case2- My brother won custody of his daughter but had to continue paying his ex child support for the girl for the year after he won custody and he was not in arrears but she knew how to play the system. Years later and after much money spent on lawyers, my brother has not received a dime of child support, his ex skips the hearings. If she were a man she would have been put in jail long ago.

    My point is that I do not know this case first hand.
    Was this guy an abuser?
    If so then he got what he deserved.
    Or was he played by someone who knew how to work the system?

    Criminals who are made to look like saints and good people made to look bad. That's the way of the world nowadays.
    It seems we're becoming a society of victims.

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