Carjacking is a serious offense. Carjacking someone while their child is in the car is even worse. That’s why we consider it a serious accusation to level against a man who showed up to San Antonio’s University Hospital with a gunshot wound.
Police are claiming that the man was shot while attempting to carjack a man on Culebra Road and will not charge the man who may have shot him.
We all know what really happened: The shootee was simply hopping out of his car to tell the shooter something or other, possibly regarding traffic.
The fact that the now-wounded man got out of a passenger seat of the vehicle he was riding in, tried to pull the “victim” out of the SUV, and pointed a weapon at the “victim” when he resisted is entirely irrelevant to the grave injustice he suffered at the hands of yet another gun-humping Texas bumpkin who “felt threatened” and had to prove his manliness by shooting an man who didn’t deserve it.
Lols! No. We’re kidding. According to the police report, the man who showed up to the hospital with the gunshot wound did, as Penal Code Chapter 9.31(a)(1)(B) says, unlawfully, and with force removed, or was attempting to remove unlawfully and with force, the actor from the actor’s habitation, vehicle, or place of business or employment.
The driver of the SUV, the victim in this, shot the man in self-defense and defense of his 15 year-old and continued to fire in an effort to prevent the escape of the man who had just committed a violent felony.
If this isn’t the definition of a Good Guy With A Gun, what it?
Someone pass this to the President when he gets done with his performance tonight. He may want to know that his has happened for the first time, ever, and he’ll need to adjust his arguments for violating your rights.