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July 30th, 2010 09:21 AM
Always a tough decision. Shooting someone in the back makes it tougher. Protecting life is a must! Couldn't live with myself if he ended up shooting and killing the clerk. Also have to ask yourself if you are prepared for the court battles (criminal and civil) and thousands...maybe hundreds of thousands in legal fees.
What are the odds you could take this guy out with a large can of baked beans to the head?!!
Best Regards from Minnesota,
July 30th, 2010 01:32 PM
Bang bang, I shot him down.
Bang bang, he hit the ground.
Bang bang, I shot the bad guy down.
And then, I slipped in another mag, just in case.
And called 911
This is a convenience store... there is video (by law in many states). Badguy has shown intent of causing great bodily harm or death by firing into wall at/near clerk.
My shots come as soon following his as possible.
As to the consequences of the mother's version of the video tape... That's for the civil suit after... and there isn't jail time for civil action (just ask OJ). Besides which, with no charges pressed for a reasonable shoot... the civil suit will be frivolous and counter suit on that basis a given.
It could be worse!
July 30th, 2010 01:55 PM
Wow you guys are all pretty confident of your shots!You had better pray to God you put his lights out and he doesn't have enought to put the clerk out before he goes down!!Wouldn't it be more adviseable to draw aim and be ready,just let him get money turn away from clerk know she was totally safe before putting his lights out that way when LE came you dont have a dead bg with a bullet in his BACK!That's a civil suit waiting to happen from the BG's family if I ever saw one.Called GUN HAPPY CCW
July 30th, 2010 03:20 PM
I wasn't sure if it was a treat or a bug in the service we called crabs,I'm gonna introduce him to lead chewing gum,He has shown a propensity for violence and In my mind if I wait he will kill the cashier,at 5 yards I can give him another orifice in his head
"Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
--Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC .
July 30th, 2010 03:42 PM
Lean out from cover and light him up
When the threat has been neutralized, yell for the clerk to call 911. Remain alert, checking the store for hidden goblins. Holster up when the police arrive, being prepared to comply with instructions.
July 30th, 2010 03:56 PM
I'm very inclined to agree with this. Safe is probably on the floor, so the clerk is stooped down, BG probably doesn't have his gun on her. Her life is obviously in jeopardy, and anyone waving a gun around is putting me in jeopardy, firing a shot seals the deal. If I feel confident he's not going to inadvertently shoot her on his way down, I'm putting one in his cranium. Fairness went out the window when he pulled a gun on a female clerk and started shooting.
Originally Posted by MattInFla
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July 30th, 2010 09:59 PM
Originally Posted by ECHOONE
Badguy has shown intent to cause grave bodily harm to another by firing his weapon in the direction of that person. If clerk is able to open safe, and comply with BG... she (or he, it doesn't matter) could, and probably would, get shot anyway... If unable to open the safe (likely, as most clerks can only drop envelopes into a slot, not open the thing) Badguy is likely to shoot... after all, he shot in "irritation" at a ladies' lack of composure over having a gun stuck in her face... this guy is a dangerous loose cannon. He's probably tweaked on some substance.
Only change in this scenario, might be... if the gun is not pointed at the clerk at the safe... an order to drop the weapon from behind. Failure to comply INSTANTLY= fusilade.
It could be worse!
August 1st, 2010 12:21 AM
If your carrying, you better be confident or leave it at home. As soon as he fired a round, that's enough intent for me. The rest, if it happens, is where good lawyers earn their money.
Originally Posted by ECHOONE
"In a republic this rule ought to be observed: that the majority should not have the predominant power." -
-- Marcus Tullius Cicero
August 1st, 2010 06:57 AM
Revoke his birth certificate..
Originally Posted by Yeti
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all
men are created equal...
Alabama Constitution of 1901 - That every citizen has a right to bear arms in defense of himself and the state.
August 1st, 2010 08:33 AM
No, no, no! It's short for "Nabisco"!
Originally Posted by paramedic70002
Back to the OP:
Unlike many, I am protective of my fellow man. Blame it on upbringing or miltary service, but I don't think I could stand by in any case of threat to another's life and do nothing. I hope that others would do the same for me.
Shot fired or not, the mere presense of his gun demonstrates a threat to life, and deadly force is legal. My humane side says tell him to drop the gun; my protective side says drop him in his tracks. I don't know which side would take precedence until I'm in that situation.
And for the call 911 and let the cops pick him up from my expert description, my personal opinion is that the majority of these BGs get away, despite video films and witnesses. And who's to say this guy isn't hitting another store down the road. That happpened here in FL just a couple of weeks ago. Guy robbed store, killed clerk and customer. Drove a few miles down the road, attempted to rob another store but was shot and killed by an armed clerk. Some much for good witnesses and letting cops pick him up (other than in a body bag).
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