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Saturday, September 16, 2006

In a followup to the last post, it turns out that they "burglar" was actually hired to kill Susan by her exhusband

Michael James Kuhnhausen Sr. first hired Edward Dalton Haffey to mop up the mess at Fantasy Adult Video.

Police say he then hired Haffey, a convicted felon with a long criminal history, to kill his wife.

Kuhnhausen, the estranged husband of the emergency room nurse who strangled an intruder in her Southeast Portland home last week, was charged early Thursday with criminal conspiracy to commit murder and attempted murder.


from: OregonLive

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

When I first read this on a conservative website, I have to admit I cheered this woman on:

Susan Kuhnhausen, 51-Year Old Nurse Kills Intruder with Bare Hands
By Jack Kramer
Sep 11, 2006

Susan Kuhnhausen, a 51-year old nurse fought off an intruder with her bare hands. Kuhnhausen was returning from work and discovered an intruder armed with a hammer in her home and instead of becoming a victim strangled him with her bare hands, police reports have concluded.

"A violent struggle ensued, resulting in the death of the intruder and non life-threatening injuries to Kuhnhausen," said Officer Catherine Kent with the Portland Police Bureau.

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AP reports that she then ran to a neighbor's house after the confrontation. Police found the body of Edward Dalton Haffey 59, a convicted felon with a long police record.

Police said there was no obvious sign of forced entry at the house when Kuhnhausen, an emergency room nurse at Providence Portland Medical Center, got home from work shortly after 6 p.m.

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Under Oregon law people can use reasonable deadly force when defending themselves against an intruder or burglar in their homes.

Haffey, about 5-foot-9 and 180 pounds, had convictions including conspiracy to commit aggravated murder, robbery, drug charges and possession of burglary tools. Neighbors said Kuhnhausen's size 5-foot-7 and 260 pounds - may have given her an advantage, wire service reports claim.



I'm very glad that Susan was able to protect herself and that, for once, a woman's size wasn't used against her. From what I've read she won't be charged, as it was self defense.