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Company Fires Employee For Fending Off Armed Robber with Gun

ecruz Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 12:54 PM
Are the people that come up with these policies for real? The Zero tolerance policy on weapons inside the stores did not stop the robber from bringing a weapon into the store, and never will stop anyone. So, who are they trying to stop from bringing weapons into the premises, people who follows and obeys the laws? This employee was only responding like any concern and reasonable person will. He did not walk into the store willingly in violation of the policy. People forget very quickly to mention incidents where the presence of someone with a weapon would have save lives, like the night of the shooting at the theater during the Dark Knight premiere. It would probably minimize or stop the assailant. Or would the legal system imprison someon
DWinch Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 1:18 PM
That poor robber could of gotten hurt by that gun.
Maybe next time the employee will do his job and help pack out all the contents of the store and load them in the back of the robbers get away van. Only when there is nothing left to steal will crime stop forever and we can all live in peace.
That's what obama is doing to America so it must be a good idea!

When an armed robber entered a Virginia AutoZone store demanding that the manager unlock the store’s safe, employee and Air Force veteran Devin McClean snuck out of the store to grab his legally-owned gun from his vehicle. When he returned with his weapon, he was able to scare the robber away, thereby saving his manager’s life and the company $2,000. How was McClean rewarded for carrying out such a heroic act? Because he violated company policy by bringing a personal weapon into the store-- he was fired. The Blaze has more:

But although the store’s manager was...

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