A Nurse with a Gun

Sunday, April 06, 2008

Houston Shooting

11 P.M. April 3, 2008. Houston Texas. Peter Quang Dan, owner and operator of the Colony Express Market, lay pistol whipped on the floor of his convenience store, wondering if he was enduring his last moments on Earth. Two vicious bandits quickly bagged all the money from his cash register. As the two men tried to exit the store, Dan grabbed a handgun he kept behind the counter, rose, and fired. He struck one robber in the head, killing him. The other criminal escaped.

When police arrived, they found the dead criminal with Dan's cash and a handgun. "Two suspects walked in the store and attempted to rob, or did rob the convenience store. The store clerk discharged a firearm and hit one of the suspects, and one suspect fled the scene," Sgt. J. Rubio said.

Dan was not seriously injured in the attack, but a grand jury will decide whether the killing was justified.



Blogger phlegmfatale said...

Of course the killing was totally justified. God bless Mr. Dan, and may he steady the hearts of the grand jury to do what's right and bring no charges.

10:08 PM  
Anonymous beth said...

This is the right way to do it. When somebody shoots someone else a jury should decide if they go to prison. Murder should not be allowed.

5:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beth...your Liberal VIEWPOINTS should'nt be allowed...
but due to that annoying first ammendment..they are

and that WASNT MURDER,beth...
that was self defense...
juries dont stop crime,armed people do.

Xavier...you have a troll in this "beth"

12:31 PM  
Blogger Not Too Pensive said...

Now here's a case where it's perfectly justifiable, assuming the statement of the facts is accurate.

1:26 PM  
Blogger GreatBeefalo said...

Two men enter, one man leaves!

Sorry, couldnt help myself.

1:28 PM  
Blogger JHardin said...

The grand jury should give Mr. Dan a medal.

6:56 PM  

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