Robbery victim wants to thank Good Samaritans who came to his rescue.

“I don’t believe in guns,” said Dorsey. “I don’t own a gun. I’m totally at the mercy of my saviors. They obviously sent two angels to help me. These people protected me when I couldn’t protect myself.”

via Robbery victim wants to thank Good Samaritans who came to his rescue | khou.com Houston.

OK, so now get a clue and take steps to protect yourself. The Blanche DuBuois School of Life is not the way to go.

And as for the cherry on top:

After the robber had been shot, police say he jumped over a fence and was attacked by a German Shepherd. That attack prevented him from getting away.

In my book, the doggie gets a big juicy steak and whatever female poodle is available in the neighborhood.

6 Replies to “Robbery victim wants to thank Good Samaritans who came to his rescue.”

  1. No atheists in foxholes…no hoplophobes post-home invasion.
    A reality bitch-slap has that effect on the unicorn-fart snorters.
    Rely on the police and they get to draw the chalk outline around you.




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  2. Sad part is, most of the anti-gun crowd that I know of would thank the saviors, and then continue to believe in the miraculous powers of tighter gun restrictions.

    Kudos to the Good Samaritans and the German Shepherd, though!




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  3. Further thoughts… While I commend the Samaritans, what they did was dumb. There was no NEED for them to confront the crim when no one was in danger; doing so put them at risk legally.

    ‘course, it’s Texas…. God Bless ’em. In my state of Kali, the criminal would — unfortunately — end up owning the good guy’s house.




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