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Subject: [Spridgets] Open Carry - Cat and the 9mm
From: robertduquette at sympatico.ca (Robert Duquette)
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2011 10:31:56 -0500
References: <AANLkTinZnNf3==AmWFDdcCcd015Di-4osbVcU-fc-j1M@mail.gmail.com>, <374147.91925.qm@web161220.mail.bf1.yahoo.com>, <AANLkTinuasu+0W_3ZCorkwmhG1MKWC_q-DuePLJ7Cqd5@mail.gmail.com>, <4D65D306.7000506@tx.rr.com>, <AANLkTi=xJmNpsHRDNXbJMArqVooHFQMPU4DQoPEy5Uzs@mail.gmail.com>
Then again, if he hadn't rolled down the window, they may have shot him
through the glass ...

> Yeah, I work for a Village on the NW edge of Chicago. One of our
> police personnel used to drop off the money bag at the bank every
> morning. not a "real" officer, so he was not allowed to carry.
> Apparently some guys scoped out the bank for a while, noticed who
> brought money bags in on a regular basis, and walked up to his squad
> at a stop sign a couple blocks from the bank one morning to "ask
> directions". When he foolishly rolled down the window to be helpful,
> they stabbed him in the shoulder, shoved a gun in his face and took
> the bank bag. I think they got about 5G. Oh wow. He might never come
> back to work. Would he have been better off if he had carried? I doubt
> it. Situational awareness would have helped as well as a more
> suspicious nature. Yes, we went back to an armored car service. You
> should see all the special laws protecting THOSE guys. Don't even
> think of bumping one of those armored cars in traffic!
> David L

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