Dayton Dollar General Clerk Shoots and Kills Would-Be Armed Robber

Dayton Dollar General Clerk Shoots and Kills Would-Be Armed Robber

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    Dayton Dollar General Clerk Shoots and Kills Would-Be Armed Robber

    More evidence that the inmates are trying to run the asylum.

    https://concealednation.org/2019/10/...d-gun-at-work/

    "He’s got some responsibility, but not all. Right and wrong is wrong, that was wrong for that clerk to shoot my brother in the chest. Yes, he’s robbing them. Oh, well! Call the police, that’s what you’re supposed to do. You’re not supposed to take matters into your own hands. "

    You just can't make this stuff up!!!
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    ...and if the police had shot him, the family would still be crying out just as loud.
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    A beautiful way to clean out the jungle. Sounds like there are more of his siblings that deserve the same fate. That's a branch of Homo sapiens that isn't capable of domestication.
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    The sister is living proof of the old saying that "When head is screwed on backwards all thinking is backwards." Obviously the brother had the same problem.
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    I'd be willing to bet the other brother's death was tied to some form of illegal activities.

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    "Yes, he’s robbing them. Oh, well! Call the police, that’s what you’re supposed to do. "

    - she never had a father
    - momma was on welfare
    - no concept of responsibility OR consequences
    - the result of that upbringing is this sort of mental illness
    - hipsters and incels have the same mentality ironically...



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    Another Darwin award winner .................. the gene pool thanks the clerk!
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    While I don't fault the clerk for defending his life, I think we need to take a step back and look at this from a more general perspective in regard to the mother's feelings.

    Whether a person is white, black or any color or race when a child dies it will normally rip one's heart out and cause anger that will circumvent rational beliefs and logic. When someone you love dies all you want to do is hurt the person that caused it.

    On a related note, this reaction by the mom is the reason why carry insurance costs so much more if you include both civil and criminal defense. For example I have CCW Safe and I pay something like $140 or so per year for criminal. If civil is included it basically triples it. (These are very rough numbers, but you get the picture). You take a shot even in the most justified cases and even if you are not charged criminally, civil wise you likely will be attacked by the family with their main interest in hurting you for what you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alabamaguy View Post
    While I don't fault the clerk for defending his life, I think we need to take a step back and look at this from a more general perspective in regard to the mother's feelings.

    Whether a person is white, black or any color or race when a child dies it will normally rip one's heart out and cause anger that will circumvent rational beliefs and logic. When someone you love dies all you want to do is hurt the person that caused it.

    On a related note, this reaction by the mom is the reason why carry insurance costs so much more if you include both civil and criminal defense. For example I have CCW Safe and I pay something like $140 or so per year for criminal. If civil is included it basically triples it. (These are very rough numbers, but you get the picture). You take a shot even in the most justified cases and even if you are not charged criminally, civil wise you likely will be attacked by the family with their main interest in hurting you for what you did.

    Not saying it's right. Am saying it is.
    In my state, if your actions are found to have been justified, the chance of being sued by the perp, or the perp's family, is quite rare. I once posed this question to a commonwealth's attorney and a man running for sheriff and they both told me that they could recall such an incident.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBoyVA View Post
    In my state, if your actions are found to have been justified, the chance of being sued by the perp, or the perp's family, is quite rare. I once posed this question to a commonwealth's attorney and a man running for sheriff and they both told me that they could recall such an incident.
    O.J. Simpson.

    "Writing one of the final chapters in O. J. Simpson's long legal case, a civil court jury here ordered him today to pay a financially debilitating $25 million in punitive damages to the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman."

    The thresholds for conviction in a criminal case are far different than a civil case. This is why it is entirely possible for the criminal case to be tossed and the civil to inflict considerable damage. And it's no secret that if one is involved in a civil suit, even if you win you loose.

    Do you have any stats on it being rare, from a national perspective?

    The chance of me having to use my carry weapon is also pretty rare. But I still carry.
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    Anyone know how many and which states protect victims from liability when involved in a lawful shooting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockymonster View Post
    Anyone know how many and which states protect victims from liability when involved in a lawful shooting?
    Missouri is one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raytracer View Post
    Missouri is one.
    You can add North Carolina to the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alabamaguy View Post
    O.J. Simpson.

    "Writing one of the final chapters in O. J. Simpson's long legal case, a civil court jury here ordered him today to pay a financially debilitating $25 million in punitive damages to the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald L. Goldman."

    The thresholds for conviction in a criminal case are far different than a civil case. This is why it is entirely possible for the criminal case to be tossed and the civil to inflict considerable damage. And it's no secret that if one is involved in a civil suit, even if you win you loose.

    Do you have any stats on it being rare, from a national perspective?

    The chance of me having to use my carry weapon is also pretty rare. But I still carry.
    People who have reason to fear civil suits are people that have assets. I really don't believe someone working in a Dollar General store has many assets.

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