Ignore The Man with The Gun

Posted: November 27, 2013 in Uncategorized

Today I want to take a little trip in the news down to Mobile Alabama. It is a classic good guy stops a bad guy with a gun story but with an awesome twist at the end that makes you want to pound your head against the wall. You can find the story here but I will give you my normal commentary.

Eighteen year old Adric White was seen by a Good Samaritan in the Family dollar (who the news is keeping nameless for good reasons) holding a store employee on his knees with a gun to the back of his head. The Good Samaritan drew his firearm and came to the aid of the store clerk ordering White to not move. White, who is not known for making great decisions, first for robbing the Original Oyster House at gun point and secondly for swinging his gun towards the Good Guy with the gun aimed already aimed at him. Good Guy shoots bad guy and clerk is saved, bad guy heads to hospital where he remains in police custody. All is right in the world right? Sure is, but remember there is a twist.

White’s family is a little upset. Not because they failed as parents or as a family unit put young Adric on the right path as a contributing member of society… but because Mr. Good Samaritan came to the aid of the store clerk. That’s right folks. The quote from Mr. White’s relative that really puts things into perspective is as follows,

“You should have just left the store and went wherever you had to go in your car or whatever.”

Don’t mind the gunman getting ready to execute a minimum wage Family Dollar employee. Move along, nothing to see here! Why is it that every low life who catches a case of lead poisoning from a law-abiding citizen or cop was on the mend according to their family? We always find out that Johnny The Crackhead was in the process of turning his life around right after he is loaded up into a coroner’s van because he broke into the wrong house. Just to sweeten the deal police are not pursuing charges on the Good Samaritan stating that he broke no laws. Just for reference in Ohio you can come to the aid of another if the victim could meet all three conditions of Ohio’s law for justifiable use of self-defense.

When I ran across this story I literally stopped reading and asked myself if this whole story was a huge joke. I want to lay this out there to all the families of people who pull on the facemask and hold guns to the back of victim’s heads don’t cry foul when your loved one gets what they deserve.

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