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Fake-News - "Ex-Army Sniper Takes Out Neighbor’s Home Intruder From Bedroom Window"


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Fake-News - "Ex-Army Sniper Takes Out Neighbor’s Home Intruder From Bedroom Window"

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Ex-Army Sniper Takes Out Neighbor’s Home Intruder From Bedroom Window

Fake-News - Ex-Army Sniper Takes Out Neighbors Home Intruder From Bedroom Window

Jeremy Elmore, a 42-year-old retired Army Sniper currently residing in El Paso, Texas, is being hailed a hero after he saved a neighborhood family from 3 violent home intruders late Tuesday evening.

Elmore, who retired from the Army at 41 after giving 21-years of service was spending the night home alone as his wife and 3 young children are visiting family members in Indiana.

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