The Way it's supposed to Work!

by Nancy :)

The Way it's supposed to Work!
Date: May 20, 2007 7:38 PM
This is the way society is SUPPOSED TO WORK!!!! I suspect it will srart
working this way more and more, the more people who arm themselves and train
properly so they know the law of self defense before attempting to use a gun
to defend themselves and others. This guy was clearly justified even though
the robber wasn't showing a weapon because he was committing a forcible
felony. Pancho V.
Sunday, May 20, 2007

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Armed pharmacist stops robbery in progress
Police say a 35-year-old Salt Lake man didn't really have a gun when
he walked into a pharmacy and handed an employee a note demanding
painkillers. But a pharmacy co-worker did.
According to charges filed against the man Friday in 3rd District
Court, surveillance video at the Millcreek Pharmacy, 1260 E. Vine St.,
showed the man pulling his hoodie over his head and putting on a pair of
cotton gloves before entering the pharmacy last Monday.
A pharmacy worker told police the man handed her a note stating "This
is a robbery. Give me 2 bottles of Oxycontin ... Do NOT make a scene and no
one will get hurt. I have a gun."
When another pharmacy co-worker showed his gun, and the suspect
attempted to flee. The suspect, however, "deferred to suggestions" made
by a
passer-by armed with a golf club to wait for police, according to the
charging documents.
A search by police revealed the suspect was armed with a hunting
knife. He has been charged with first-degree aggravated robbery and a
misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed weapon.
As of Friday, he remained in the Salt Lake County Jail on $50,000

James D. "Mitch" Vilos
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 1148
Centerville, Utah 84014
Local Tel.No.: (801)295-3340
Mobile: (801)560-7117
Practice Concentrating in Accidents and Personal Injury, Insurance Law,
Medical Malpractice, Defective Products, Workplace Injuries (not Worker's
Compensation), and Firearms Law (representation of gun owners in criminal
actions, and expungements).

The Second Amendment IS Homeland Security !

Posted on May 20, 2007, 8:36 PM

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