Dept. Of Righteous Shootings

Ho, yuss.  From my area in North Texas comes this pleasing news:

One person is dead and another was taken to the hospital after an attempted robbery Tuesday night in northeast Dallas. The two had tried to rob a pizza delivery driver around 10:30 p.m. in the 8100 block of Southwestern Boulevard, Dallas police said.
The driver was armed and shot both suspects, police said. The driver was not wounded in the incident.
One suspect was 15 years old and the other was 17 years old, according to police records. One of them allegedly tried to run away during the incident but was later found. Officials had not identified the person that was killed as of Wednesday morning. The surviving suspect was arrested on a charge of aggravated robbery.
“After examining the totality of the evidence and interviews, the driver was released,” Dallas police said.

[pause to let the cheers and applause die down]

No doubt, the dead scumbag’s mother will have appeared on local TV proclaiming her grief and describing her  progeny as a choirboy who had his whole life ahead of him and how Krool & Hartless it is that he’s now dead.

Just once, I want to see a parent show up on TV and say, “I told  him all the time that if he did this shit, he’d end up dead one day.  And here we are.  As much as I mourn my loss, he had it coming, and I’m just glad he didn’t kill an innocent person.”

And pigs will fly past my window.


  1. Back when I was in the sheriff business I helped with a search warrant for stolen property. The bad guy worked for Home Depot and “lost” a bunch of higher end power tools before they got on the shelves. We arrested the guy and went looking for the tools. Showed up at his mother’s house and she said that she knew exactly where the swag was. She let us into a garage full unopened Dewalt boxes and told us that her no good son was a thief and needed to go back to jail. Then she pointed out where the guy kept his pistol hidden.

    A great day with super cooperation from a basically decent older lady who wanted her POS son out of the house. He’s now a long term guest of the state of Oklahoma. Those kind of stories never make the news.

  2. “… and what do you want on YOUR Tombstone?”

    /old pizza advertisement, applicable here.

    Sunk New Dawn
    Galveston, TX

  3. The article is blocked for we gunless Limeys, but I’m guessing it’s a case of ‘Texas wins again’.

  4. Even money says both (alleged) assailants’ Christian names could be mistaken for something spelled out by tossing a handful of Scrabble tiles onto the floor.

  5. Very nice shooting in a real time, high stress circumstance.

    Kim needs to teach him the Mozambique method to ensure future perps are not left wounded on the battlefield.

    These times, even in Texas, ain’t like those in Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls in which someone finishes off the wounded.

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