Robber shot dead at walmart

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    David Abbot's sister, Tina, made a comment to the local paper that sounded a lot like "nephew's" comment. She suggested her brother might have been collecting drug money owed.

    And, rather obviously, found nothing wrong with dealing drugs.

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    One bright side though. The perp won't be getting away with anyone else's stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillep Harding View Post
    David Abbot's sister, Tina, made a comment to the local paper that sounded a lot like "nephew's" comment. She suggested her brother might have been collecting drug money owed.

    And, rather obviously, found nothing wrong with dealing drugs.
    I didn't see the article where she commented, but one has to wonder how many "good shoots" are over drug debts. You're late with the money, the other person comes at you when they happen to see you (while walking down the street, waiting at a bus stop, grocery shopping at Walmart), thus making them a threat and creating a justifiable shoot since nobody seen you initially create the situation or see you be the "aggressor" due to it being a personal matter (the drug/money arrangements happening out of the public's eye).

    Also makes me wonder how many "good shoots" are over other personal matters in general. For example, you robbed somebody, screwed their wife, etc. yet they bump into you, again at a random place and time, and are witnessed as the aggressor and you shoot in defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZX9RCAM View Post
    Sucks that one can't shoot somebody that just stole your paycheck at "knifepoint".....
    This is why you pull your gun before your wallet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by finnman1 View Post
    This is why you pull your gun before your wallet.
    I remember in my CC class the instructor mentioned that he keeps a small revolver in his right side back pocket, where most guys keep their wallet. He said that way if he get mugged for his wallet his response can be, "sure thing, here's a nice warm one for you buddy".

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    Quote Originally Posted by finnman1 View Post
    This is why you pull your gun before your wallet.
    This is why you carry a decoy wallet.
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    Take a chill pill. If someone is committing a CRIME, serious consequences can follow. Robbery is a crime, the last time I looked. Relative or no relative, criminal acts should not be tolerated by anyone, including family. So, if you don't like what is being said here, don't come here and read it.
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