21 Feb 2015

Watch As This Gun-Toting Pharmacist Saves Seven Of His Customers From An Armed Robber

It was just a regular morning at the Good Family Pharmacy in Pinch, West Virginia until a masked man walked into the pharmacy attempting to rob it. 
Unfortunately for the man, one of the pharmacists on duty was armed.  According to news reports, the pharmacist actually joked with the man when he first came in about robbing him and that’s when the suspect pulled out a gun to rob them! 

That was a deadly mistake. 

A Kanawha County pharmacist shot and killed a masked, would-be robber who walked into his business Wednesday morning and pulled out a gun.
Good Family Pharmacy employee Chris Monk said pharmacist Don Radcliff first attempted to “feel the guy out.” Monk said Radcliff pointed at the man, who was wearing a bandanna over his face, and was “just kind of joking with him,” saying “Are you here to rob me?”
The suspect pulled out a gun in response.
Radcliff, who had already started reaching for the gun under his white pharmacy coat, just in case, opened fire.
He fired three shots. The first hit the suspect’s chest, the second hit his gun, jamming it, and the third hit the suspect’s abdomen. One employee said the suspect was trying to shoot back during that time.
The whole incident happened within a matter of seconds.
Radcliff and a pharmacy intern tried to render aid, but the suspect later died of his wounds.
As Radcliff tried to stop the bleeding from the suspect’s chest, he said ,“Why did you make me do this?” and “I didn’t mean to do this,” according to employees who were there.
The incident occurred at about 9:45 a.m. at the small but busy pharmacy, located at 242 North Pinch Road. It did not close after the incident. The employees swept up the glass from a broken window, then returned to assisting a steady stream of customers.
Watch the attempted robbery here:
This is obviously a case of ‘good guy with a gun takes down bad guy with a gun.’  This is why people concealed carry. 

 Read More:http://www.wvgazette.com/article/20150218/GZ01/150219310

5 comments:

  1. Award that guy both ears and the tail. Nice work.

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  2. We need to see more of this.
    The Police are never there when you need them and they are killing the wrong people.
    We need to abolish all police department and arm up!

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  3. This is outrageous! That pharmacist, instead of drawing a gun, should have pulled out his cell phone and called the police. Then, while he was waiting the two minutes to an hour for the police to arrive, he should have talked gently to the poor innocent person, explaining to him the error of his ways, and asking him to change his behavior. Maybe invite him out for a beer after work or something.

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    Oops, sorry. For a minute there I must have been channeling a liberal. (Just thought I'd explain for those who are sarcasm-challenged.)

    THIS is the way armed robberies should end more frequently. After a few of these, maybe those who would threaten the lives of others to obtain something they are not deserving of, might re-think their careers.

    Unfortunately, there are many of our "leaders" and "officials" who would move to take our UNALIENABLE God-given right (and duty) to protect ourselves and others from vermin. (While walking in the safety and comfort of their ARMED bodyguards and hiding in their gated communities.)

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  4. disqus_3BrONUAJno21 February 2015 at 16:55

    A clear shot to the chest was observed. If that had been the first, the criminal should have gone down there and then. PCP wasn't mentioned.

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  5. This kind of reaction to armed robbers or potential armed attackers is what is required by the people to take back this country.

    We have heard enough fear porn by the Department of Homeland Security about the possibility of ISIS arriving at the Mall of America and other mall outlets to harm our citizens.

    Let this serve as an example to the Governments, both State and Federal, that it our responsibility to arm and protect ourselves in every place we seek to be, in our homes, our malls or the ice cream store.

    The Governments should be busy making deputy's out of law abiding citizens and allowing them to "open carry" their weapons to any area threatened by ISIS so as to let them know what they can expect when the try to attack any American.

    What we do not require is any more fear spewed out by the officials in government.
    Moreover, we do not need any more useless attacks on our rights to own and use weapons by the Government itself or misguided fools like Michael Bloomberg to seek and disarm America as the totalitarian cowards have done in England, Canada, Australia and other so called "nations" under what little remains of that British Commonwealth joke.

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