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AutoZone Fires Employee That Stops Armed Robber with His Own Gun

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    Default AutoZone Fires Employee That Stops Armed Robber with His Own Gun

    Here's a good one that should be put on 'The List'--- I know I won't be going back there due to their corporate policy

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    Be sure and email them with your comments: AutoZone.com | Contact Us

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    I sent them a message telling them I would not shop there and the no gun policy says, "Please rob me!"

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    Hopefully a gun friendly local business owner will give this guy a job.
    If it doesn't fit, FORCE it! If it breaks then it needed to be replaced anyway.


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    FWIW, I'll do the same. That's just wrong.

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    I recently quit my job at AutoZone. This story demonstrates one of the reasons why I quit. They just don't seem to care about their employees. I heard about several robberies at other AutoZones that usually happened around closing time. We have also had several robberies lately in my area. Therefore, whenever I worked a closing shift, I would carry my concealed carry handgun (I do have my CPL). I think the guy in the story put it very well, “If I can save somebody’s life, I put that way above a store policy, says McClean." I would be glad to lose my job if it meant saving my or someone elses life.

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    Default AutoZone Fires Employee That Stops Armed Robber with His Own Gun

    I'm done with autozone, won't buy another thing from them

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    I never did buy things from them. Their gunbuster sign said FU pretty loud and clear so I took my money elsewhere.

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    Shouldn't this be in the "Businesses AGAINST...." section?

    My shadow will not cross an Autozone threshold ever again. Of course, once the same thing happens in a Checker, a NAPA, an O'Reilly... where will I get parts?

    Welcome to corporate America, where workers are just a resource. Really, when did the Personnel departments become Human Resources departments? That should have told you something.

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    This is just another case of dirt bag criminals that have nothing to lose vs. hard working citizens that have everything to lose. I work for a major retailer and the same would happen to me if I did what he did. I hope he finds work soon- hopefully with a competitor.

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