When officers arrived and spoke to Zalk, she admitted to telling the women she had a gun, but said she only did it because she felt threatened and trapped, the report said. She said she doesn't own a gun, and there wasn't a gun in the car.Just as well. She may not be too clear on the difference between legitimate self-defense and felony menacing either.
September 22, 2011
Boulder News: Yoga, Accupuncture . . . and Dog-Walking
But if Joan Zalk's accupuncture technique is similar to her "dog-walking" technique, I would look for a different practitioner.