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    SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. --
    The Spartanburg County Sheriff's office continues to investigate an attempted armed robbery that killed one person Saturday morning.The incident happened at the Waffle House on Chesnee highway just after 1:00am Saturday.According to an incident report, two suspects armed with a handgun entered the restaurant and tried to rob the Waffle House. A customer in the business, who is a concealed weapon permit holder, was also armed with a handgun and attempted to hold the suspects at gunpoint until law enforcement could arrive, deputies said.Deputies said one of the suspects began to point his gun at the customer and that customer then shot the suspect who died on the scene.The suspect has been identified by the Spartanburg County coroner as 19-year-old Dante Lamont Williams of Roebuck, SC. An autopsy is scheduled for later today.According to officials, the other suspect is still on the loose.No arrest have been made in connection with the incident. The Spartanburg County Violent Crimes Unit is investigating.

    Read more: Deputies: Waffle House Customer Shoots Armed Robber - Greenville News Story - WYFF Greenville

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    Can't wait for the 'Way to Go' from the Spartanburg County Sherrif.

    Awesome use of deadly force. I just hope the other guy keeps running and doesn't come gunning.

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    OoRah! This news made my coffee taste extra sweet this morning! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keykutter View Post
    Can't wait for the 'Way to Go' from the Spartanburg County Sherrif.

    Awesome use of deadly force. I just hope the other guy keeps running and doesn't come gunning.

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    Hoo-ray for our side! I think.

    Every time I read about a citizen defending themselves like this, I think of the gang reprisals, the law suites brought by the survivors of the "he was such a good boy" criminal and the repercussions from our own law enforcement agencies. I've read article after article about home owners that loose everything because they defended their castle. The same is said of the innocent bystander that defends against a would be robber.

    This all proves to me, at least, that there needs to be as much effort to change tort as we put into changing the restrictions on gun ownership.

    All this having been said.... I don't think it would change my response in a robbery situation. The article eludes to the citizen effecting a citizens arrest. A conversation I had with a neighbor got me doing some research on the Florida statutes regarding citizen arrest. Anyone else look into their states statutes? And does anyone think of the consequences before they act or do most of us act and then think?

    And just in case the Sheriff doesn't step to the podium... Way to GO!!!
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    Too bad a life had to be taken...but thanks to the ccp holder, many were spared. Good for him to act and to squeeze the trigger at the moment of truth. This is why we carry...the Sheepdogs!! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by walt629 View Post
    Hoo-ray for our side! I think.

    Every time I read about a citizen defending themselves like this, I think of the gang reprisals, the law suites brought by the survivors of the "he was such a good boy" criminal and the repercussions from our own law enforcement agencies. I've read article after article about home owners that loose everything because they defended their castle. The same is said of the innocent bystander that defends against a would be robber.

    This all proves to me, at least, that there needs to be as much effort to change tort as we put into changing the restrictions on gun ownership.

    All this having been said.... I don't think it would change my response in a robbery situation. The article eludes to the citizen effecting a citizens arrest. A conversation I had with a neighbor got me doing some research on the Florida statutes regarding citizen arrest. Anyone else look into their states statutes? And does anyone think of the consequences before they act or do most of us act and then think?

    And just in case the Sheriff doesn't step to the podium... Way to GO!!!
    A citizen defending himself? How was he defending himself? He only needed to defend himself because he decided to get involved. So many things can go wrong that sometimes it's best not to get involved. What if the BG sees your gun, opens fire in your direction, and hits innocent bystanders? What if he kills you? I would certainly be in a civill suit in my neck of the woods for shooting this guy. You need to think long and hard about these scenarios before leaving the house with a firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_S:262927
    Quote Originally Posted by walt629 View Post
    Hoo-ray for our side! I think.

    Every time I read about a citizen defending themselves like this, I think of the gang reprisals, the law suites brought by the survivors of the "he was such a good boy" criminal and the repercussions from our own law enforcement agencies. I've read article after article about home owners that loose everything because they defended their castle. The same is said of the innocent bystander that defends against a would be robber.

    This all proves to me, at least, that there needs to be as much effort to change tort as we put into changing the restrictions on gun ownership.

    All this having been said.... I don't think it would change my response in a robbery situation. The article eludes to the citizen effecting a citizens arrest. A conversation I had with a neighbor got me doing some research on the Florida statutes regarding citizen arrest. Anyone else look into their states statutes? And does anyone think of the consequences before they act or do most of us act and then think?

    And just in case the Sheriff doesn't step to the podium... Way to GO!!!
    A citizen defending himself? How was he defending himself? He only needed to defend himself because he decided to get involved. So many things can go wrong that sometimes it's best not to get involved. What if the BG sees your gun, opens fire in your direction, and hits innocent bystanders? What if he kills you? I would certainly be in a civill suit in my neck of the woods for shooting this guy. You need to think long and hard about these scenarios before leaving the house with a firearm.
    We're not responsible for the bad guy, just ourselves. If he kills an innocent, that's on him not us. What if I don't do something and he shoots my wife? In my neck of the woods, this lac would get a free lunch.

    I do agree you should think long and hard about scenarios, and decide who you are. Whoever you choose to be is fine, as long as you are comfortable with the decision.
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    I was waiting for Rich_S and his give them what they want post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_S:262927
    Quote Originally Posted by walt629 View Post
    Hoo-ray for our side! I think.

    Every time I read about a citizen defending themselves like this, I think of the gang reprisals, the law suites brought by the survivors of the "he was such a good boy" criminal and the repercussions from our own law enforcement agencies. I've read article after article about home owners that loose everything because they defended their castle. The same is said of the innocent bystander that defends against a would be robber.

    This all proves to me, at least, that there needs to be as much effort to change tort as we put into changing the restrictions on gun ownership.

    All this having been said.... I don't think it would change my response in a robbery situation. The article eludes to the citizen effecting a citizens arrest. A conversation I had with a neighbor got me doing some research on the Florida statutes regarding citizen arrest. Anyone else look into their states statutes? And does anyone think of the consequences before they act or do most of us act and then think?

    And just in case the Sheriff doesn't step to the podium... Way to GO!!!
    A citizen defending himself? How was he defending himself? He only needed to defend himself because he decided to get involved. So many things can go wrong that sometimes it's best not to get involved. What if the BG sees your gun, opens fire in your direction, and hits innocent bystanders? What if he kills you? I would certainly be in a civill suit in my neck of the woods for shooting this guy. You need to think long and hard about these scenarios before leaving the house with a firearm.
    This falls directly in the "you weren't there, you have no idea, put your bias away" category.

    The CCer made his choice, I think it was right, since I want there, and I would back him.
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