I am sure this has been covered somewhere in so many other comments, but Rachel Marsden has demonstrated only that she does not have the ability to take another life, no matter the circumstances. She assumes that because she could not kill to save her own life or the life of someone else, that no one else could possibly have the ability and willingness. She cites a WWII study on soldiers in combat. Training was part of the problem in WWII not just inability to kill the enemy. Are the statistics the same now? She mentions the spray that she carries. How does she know that while she is under stress that she could hit anything with it? Has she practiced? Rachel is very ignorant of the subject!!!