Good video. Thanks for sharing that Bud.
I just bought the book Outdoor Life Ultimate Survival manuel saturday. The book has ideas for all kinds of situations and many real life stories. One subject is Live Through a Workplace Shooting. They give the example of how a worker, Dave Ciarlante, at the Kraft Foods factory in Philadelphia responded to a coworker Yvonne Hiller who walked in and killed a co-worker and was looking for others. One thing they mentioned was that he radioed intel to supervisors and security personel and helped dozens of co-workers make their way to safety. Something he did which was not recommended was that although unarmed he followed someone he knew was homicidal and packing a gun. He radioed details of Hillers mission to supervisors and securtiy personel. When Hiller locked herself into an office, Ciarlante directed police to the room and she was taken into custody.
Given the enormouse size of the plant, Ciarlante's courage, knowledge of the factory layout, and use of his trusty walkie-talkie saved lives and helped law-enforcement officials end the rampage. Only one person was killed.
Edited by junglebob, 30 July 2012 - 08:21 AM.
Disarming the people (is) the best and most effectual way to enslave them. George Mason
Remember the 1991 Luby Cafeteria Massacre of the Unarmed (Kileen, Texas before Texas Concealed Carry) Do we need 23 people to die in a similar incident before we're allowed effective self defense?
Three school masacres have been stopped by civilians with firearms. Two with handguns and the third by a guy with a shotgun. (Pearl, Ms; Appalacian School of Law; Edinboro,Pa)