The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on GunCarrier.com Legal
An employee of a company contracted with General Motors has claimed to be fired after he pulled his concealed handgun from its holster to prevent a woman from being continuously stabbed.
Please note here, that she was already in the process of being stabbed by her attacker.
Wait, in which foreign world does a hard-working man lose his job because he saved someone’s life?
Though GM denies it, the man was reportedly told: “You shouldn’t have had a firearm here. After this is done he needs to be escorted off the property. He’s not welcome back here.”
Here is GM’s response, via Fox News 2:
It turns out that, the man’s former employer had a very strict no-guns policy that he was never told about when he was hired. Of course, another way of looking at a “no guns policy” from our point…post was originally published on this site