When Williams pulled his piece and demanded cash from the cashier, a bystander with a conceal carry permit put four holes in him. For Williams’ family, Dante went from perp to victim, and his family members called him a “respectable” man.
Williams’ case is not isolated, where the family paints a much different picture than reality.
In 2013, two men robbed a corner store at gunpoint but were then both shot and killed by a private citizen. The sister of one of the men described her brother as being “a good kid”.
Again in 2013 in a similar incident, 18-year-old Adric White was shot and killed while robbing a Dollar Store. White had his gun to the head of a store employee and was warned to drop it by a good Samaritan that was also packing. When White swung around to drop him, the Good Samaritan dropped White. A family member was later quoted as saying “If no one had a gun up to him….what gives him [good Samaritan] the right to think it’s okay to just shoot?”.
The black Liberal lesson: It’s okay to point a gun at someone, just not hold it to their head.