It’s generating a lot of “if only the good guy had a gun” armchair quarterbacking and 20/20 hindsight – ignoring that the security guard was shot in the leg through the door without warning due to the a-hole having video of the hallway, and when police arrived they were greeted with 200 more shots (due to video). The good guy with a gun would have still lost to the bad guy with many guns and surveillance video. The guard radioed for help, which was the right thing to do and he should probably get some kind of commendation. Whatever the a-hole’s Plan A was, it fell apart when the guard radioed.
I’m unhappy with the idea, but perhaps police should have WiFi jammers for these situations?
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