Quote of the day–“NW”

Honestly, and as God as my witness, when I saw him shooting and as watched for a few seconds trying to figure out what he was going to do and what I should do, the thought that when through my mind was, “If I had a gun, I have a perfect shot.”

Yes, a perfect shot. I had a full side profile, I was close, and no one was visible behind him execept a wall. I had a clear shot during the second round of fire. I told this to every cop I came in contact with. The interviewer agreed.

When I realized that I had no gun, fear instantly struck me, along with anger, and severe panic.


I am very angry at the city of Omaha and the mall for their stupid laws that nearly cost me my life. The laws protected no one, and in my opinion, caused people to die.

A witness to the Omaha Mall mass shooting
Via Joe’s Crabby Shack, thanks to an email from Rob.
[People died because some anti-gun bigots didn’t even try to answer Just One Question before they passed criminal rules prohibiting firearms in the mall.–Joe]


2 thoughts on “Quote of the day–“NW”

  1. Find that man. Get him a lawyer. If he was otherwise allowed to carry a weapon and was disarmed by the mall’s policy, then he’s our “Heller” in this case.

    Here’s an open and shut case where someone could have stopped the carnage but was unable to. Why this doesn’t boil the blood of every American is beyond me.

    I guess the sheep would rather be slaughtered than have to worry about their own safety.

  2. I’m not a lawyer but my guess is he doesn’t have standing. He wasn’t physically hurt and therefore has only minor “injuries” to sue over. It is the people that were killed and injuried and their next of kin that need to sue. But then that makes the case much more complicated and likely to end up with an unfavorable decision.

    What is needed is someone that was prohibited from carrying, was injured, and had “a perfect shot” prior to getting injured.

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