Walmart employee fatally shoots armed robber. 

According to officials, the man who fatally shot the subject is a Walmart employee. Police said he was walking to his car in the Walmart parking lot, when he was approached by a man with a gun. That’s when police said, the victim, who has a concealed weapons permit, pulled out his gun and opened fire.

Source: Walmart employee fatally shoots armed robber in Sunrise – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

Another example of poor victim selection. We stand-by to hear the lamentations of the criminal’s family about how a good boy he was, leader of his church, family man, etc. but in the meantime they can go ahead and order the necessary supplies for the internment at the same location.

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  1. There are worse ways to go than “shot by Walmart employee,” but it’s not what I’d want on my obituary.

  2. I do believe this is the second defensive shooting at a Walmart this week. What was refreshing to hear was this comment from a family member of the Walmart employee,

    “Jones added that her entire family has concealed weapons permits.”

    http://wsvn.com/news/local/walmart-employee-fatally-shoots-armed-robber-in-sunrise/amp/

    A family you definitely don’t want to mess with.

  3. Coffin suggestion for the attacker was a nice touch.

  4. The part you didn’t mention: that this guy was probably fired for defending himself. Walmart has a pretty strict “don’t fight back” employee policy.

    • I know they do, but Florida has the “Guns in Parking Lot” law, so WalMart may face criminal and civil prosecution if the guy is fired.

    • It was before his work shift, in his personal vehicle. Walmart should have no reason for disciplinary action.

      • Walmart owns the parking lots, so they can enforce their rules about no guns….unless you have legislation protecting workers from being fired because they have a gun in the car.

        • I think this might cover it,

          “(4) PROHIBITED ACTS.—No public or private employer may violate the constitutional rights of any customer, employee, or invitee as provided in paragraphs (a)-(e):
          (a) No public or private employer may prohibit any customer, employee, or invitee from possessing any legally owned firearm when such firearm is lawfully possessed and locked inside or locked to a private motor vehicle in a parking lot and when the customer, employee, or invitee is lawfully in such area.
          (b) No public or private employer may violate the privacy rights of a customer, employee, or invitee by verbal or written inquiry regarding the presence of a firearm inside or locked to a private motor vehicle in a parking lot or by an actual search of a private motor vehicle in a parking lot to ascertain the presence of a firearm within the vehicle. Further, no public or private employer may take any action against a customer, employee, or invitee based upon verbal or written statements of any party concerning possession of a firearm stored inside a private motor vehicle in a parking lot for lawful purposes. A search of a private motor vehicle in the parking lot of a public or private employer to ascertain the presence of a firearm within the vehicle may only be conducted by on-duty law enforcement personnel, based upon due process and must comply with constitutional protections.”

          http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0700-0799/0790/Sections/0790.251.html

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