Saturday, December 06, 2008

Isn't Cooperation Supposed to Ensure Safety?

Police: Robber shot deli owner over size of loot It seems that the Left, when they are saying how we don't need to be able to defend ourselves, mention that if we just give robbers what they want, we will be safe. (The never say a woman should do when confronted by a rapist. Convenient, that.)
ST. PETERSBURG -- Narendra Patel did everything the gunmen who robbed his store Monday night asked. But police believe they know what motivated one of them to shoot the store owner anyway:

The gunman was angry that the victim didn't have enough money.
Of course it turns out that the Left is wrong anyway. Being nice to violent criminals doesn't stop them from being violent criminals. Cooperating with them won't make you safe.
Patel cooperated, police say, but apparently what he handed over wasn't enough.

"Is this all the (expletive) money?" the robber asked. "I'm not playing with you."

Police say the gunman fired a warning shot at the owner, then shot him in the foot, then shot him twice more as he fled the store.
You are of course free to do as you please. I will resist whenever I can.

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