Juvenile Robber Shot Dead By an Off-Duty Sheriff’s Deputy Waiting For Chicken

A male suspect shot dead by an off-duty sheriff’s deputy during an attempted holdup at a fast-food restaurant has been identified as a local high school student.

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office identified the dead suspect Wednesday as 17-year-old Elijah Mark Cobb.

Cobb was shot dead and two others suffered minor injuries during a Nov. 22 holdup attempt at a Raising Cane’s chicken strips restaurant in the Houston suburb of Shenandoah.

Witnesses told investigators that an armed would-be thief entered the restaurant, grabbed an employee and demanded money. The deputy ordered him to drop the weapon, then shot the gunman when the gun was pointed at him.

Family members told the Conroe Courier that Cobb had attended Spring Dekaney High School.

This little aspiring thug walked into someone else’s place of business, threatened to murder an employee, and get’s his skull creased for his trouble.

This is a downright heartwarming story. Society is made safer and the taxpayers’ money is saved.

What’s interesting is that young Elijah is featured prominently featured on a website called “gunmemorial.org” as a “victim” “lost to gun violence.”

“Lost to gun violence” = “Threatening to murder law-abiding people who work in fast food trying to make a living.”

In its FAQs, it addresses this concern.

Why do you call all these people “victims” when some of them are criminals?

We believe that every loss of life is a tragedy, and we know that even those who did horrible things have friends and family who miss them and wish that they made different choices in life. However, we do not try to hide or obscure the facts. We provide links to news articles that describe each incident.

Elijah Cobb’s death is not tragic. It is a wonderful tale, showing that the right to keep and bear arms is not about sport or heritage, it’s about utility. It’s about having the most cost-effective and efficient means of protecting your own life against people who have no regard for it.

Anyone who would take your life for a handful of green government scrip with no inherent value should be removed from the gene pool at the earliest possible date.

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One thought on “Juvenile Robber Shot Dead By an Off-Duty Sheriff’s Deputy Waiting For Chicken

  1. The second amendment has two chief purposes:
    1. To ensure that the states are able to call forth their militias (irregular soldiers) to defend them from aggression;
    2. To ensure that the federal government can call up a mass of troops if the small standing army and the navy need help resisting invasion or putting down rebellions and insurrections within the USA.
    To make this meaningful it had to be an individual right else if forces of evil gained power in a state or states, or in the federal government, the militia arsenals could be seized by said force of evil.
    In Miller v. US (1937) the Sup. Ct. found that the arms protected by the amendment from governmental infringement are the ordinary arms and armor of the infantryman.
    Today this is the M16/M4 selective fire rifle, the automatic pistol, launched and hand grenades, light machine gun, etc., or their equivalent. The Light Antitank Weapon missile might also fit the Court’s prescription.
    The plaintiffs on appeal did not appear. One was dead and the other plea-bargained to a minor offense and disappeared. Their attorney was unwilling to shoulder the burden and expense of contesting the government’s attorneys at the Court, so they presented both sides of the case. As you might expect, they did a mediocre job of presenting the other side’s case.
    So we end up with BAD LAW.

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