VIDEO: Surveillance Video Shows What Happens When Thugs Mess With the Wrong Concealed Carry Permit Holder

VIDEO: Surveillance Video Shows What Happens When Thugs Mess With the Wrong Concealed Carry Permit Holder

Firearms in the right hands save lives every day. Period. Calls for so-called “gun control” are purely emotional ones that remain divorced from any semblance of logic. According to a new report from the Blaze, thugs recently discovered the hard way what a well-armed, law-abiding populace can do when they violently confronted a concealed carrier who was simply minding his own business.


Florida officials have determined that a concealed carry permit holder who fatally shot a man earlier this year acted in self-defense — and a newly released surveillance video showed how the scary scene unfolded.

The clip from a Fort Myers Waffle House showed the shooter, 28-year-old Jehrardd Williams, sitting in the restaurant about 2:40 a.m. Jan. 5. Williams was legally carrying a .40-caliber Smith and Wesson pistol, the News-Press reported, and employees knew him as a frequent customer.

But Williams was “immediately verbally confronted by a group of males who were drunk,” the News-Press said, citing a report from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office. The most aggressive was Dakota Fields, 24, who brought beers into the restaurant and had removed his shirt.

The report noted Williams recalling Fields saying, “I am talking to both of you (n-words)” when addressing him and a Hispanic customer; Williams and the other man ignored the remarks. Fields abruptly exited the restaurant after employees told him to leave, the report added.

The video showed a friend of Fields, identified as Robert Black, shaking the Hispanic man’s hand — but when he tried that with Williams, it was a no-go, and Williams was seen shaking his head back and forth in refusal.

After Black punched Williams in the head, Williams pulled out his gun.

“(Williams) did not fire at Black …” a deputy wrote in the report, the News-Press said. “Instead he showed extreme restraint by taking several steps back and held the gun down at his side.”

The video then showed Fields rushing back into the restaurant toward Williams.

“(Williams) began to fear that all four males were going to attack him … (and) felt there was no other options but to shoot at Fields to prevent his attack,” the report said.

So Williams shot Fields three times.

And Fields ran out of the Waffle House with his friends walking after him.

Williams then dialed 911 and told the dispatcher he had shot at someone who made him fear for his life — added that he would place his handgun on the restaurant’s counter and deputies would find him lying on the floor, the News Press added, citing the report.

Fields died six miles down the road after the SUV he and friends left in struck a car at the foot of a bridge, the News-Press reported.

Good for this law-abiding citizen!

Every day, I put on my pants; I grab my cell phone, wallet, keys, too. I put on my shoes and then grab my carry piece, drop the mag, check the chamber, replace the mag and holster the weapon and I’m out the door. While I fully intend on using the wallet, the keys, the cell phone, I hope to never pull my weapon with a need to use it.

But make no mistake- trouble often never announces itself and we should all be ready when and if it finds us. The more “good guys” out there with the means to protect themselves and others from criminals, the more instances of violence and theft will drop. The stats show it and it’s high time for universal reciprocity of concealed carry laws throughout all fifty states so that those in Chicago are as well-equipped to defend themselves as those in Texas.

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