Gun-wielding wife saves youth football coach from beating over playing time

by Jessica Chasmar - The Washington Times  |  published on September 25, 2014

A group of men viciously attacked a youth football league coach during practice in Kansas Monday night before the coach’s wife fired a gun in the air to scare them away.

A man watching the practice at Linwood Park, in south Wichita, confronted the coach about his son’s lack of playing time, lifting his shirt to display a handgun tucked into the waist of his pants, The Wichita Eagle reported. That’s when five or six other men, one with brass knuckles, began beating the 37-year-old coach, Lt. James Espinoza said.

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