Armed Robber's Family Angry at Customer Who Shot Him for No Reason

"What gives him the right to think that it's okay to just shoot someone?”


No word on whether the armed robber had any Skittles or iced tea on him.

The family of a suspected thief is lashing out after their son was shot during an armed robbery. Relatives of Adric White, 18, believe the Good Samaritan who opened fire should have “just left the store.”

Sure. Also if the police stopped carrying guns and responding to calls, that would make life much easier for Adric White and his clan.

The Good Samaritan, who we are not identifying, told FOX10 News he was shopping at the Family Dollar on Stanton road when he noticed a masked gunman leading one of the employees to the front of the store.

“He had the gun to his head. He had him on his knees,” said the man. “I drew my gun on him and I said 'Hey don't move.' At that point he swung around and before he had a chance to aim the gun at me I fired. I didn’t want to shoot him.”

White was transported to USA Medical Center, where he remains in police custody.

But... but... we're been told repeatedly that delusional mall cops think that you can just stop something like this by carrying a gun. Everyone knows that a good guy with a gun can't stop a bad guy with a gun.

It takes a team of trained professionals to do that.

A family member who did not want to be identified said White should have never been shot to begin with.

“If his (the customer) life was not in danger, if no one had a gun up to him, if no one pointed a gun at him - what gives him the right to think that it's okay to just shoot someone?” said the relative. “You should have just left the store and went wherever you had to go in your car or whatever.”

If only he had done that, this armed robbery could have gone smoothly and the relative might have gotten a cut.

But out of curiosity, what gave White the moral authority to rob a store at gunpoint?

Court records show that White was out on bond for robbing The Original Oyster House at gunpoint a little more than a month before the Family Dollar robbery.

This was the most unjustified shooting ever.  And doubtless motivated by some combination of white privilege and an unholy love of guns.