Hero doctor keeps job
POSTED: Monday, July 28, 2014 - 6:27pm
UPDATED: Thursday, August 7, 2014 - 3:55pm
Tyler (KETK) — Maybe you didn't hear this story last week since it doesn't fit in the the anti-gun message most of the media propagates. Last week, a mentally deranged man came in for treatment at Pennsylvania hospital.
During a meeting with the man's doctor and case, the patient seems agitated. He became a gunman. The man went to his waistband and pulled out a .32 caliber revolver. The man shot his caseworker point blank in the head.
I'm sure the gunman got the surprise of his life when his physician went to his pocket and pulled out a .32 semi-automatic pistol, aimed at the shooter and emptied his magazine into him. When it was done, the mentally deranged gunman had two shots in his torso and one in his arm. He was dead.
One more thing, they found 39 more bullets in the shooter's pocket, meaning he was possibly going on a killing spree.
Reportedly, the patient was really agitated, if not downright mad there was a "no guns allowed" sign at the hospital. You notice the sign just made him angry and never stopped him from carrying a gun.
After all this, I was afraid the doctor would lose his job because even though he had a license, the hospital was a gun-free zone. A hero would be looking for work.
After consideration, the hospital will let the doctor continue working there. Since things worked out like this, I'm sure not a lot was reported.
That's my point of view, what's yours?