Is it right to say that when a pharmacist shoots a potential robber, it is of self-defense?”
The stranger who had been loitering in the parking lot had walked into the pharmacy carrying a black revolver and a note demanding the narcotic drug OxyContin and some money, according to authorities. Once inside, the gunman handed the note to a clerk behind the counter, Police Chief William McManus said. The clerk was one of three people inside the pharmacy at the time of the robbery attempt. The others were the pharmacy owner, 62-year-old Bill Wynn, and his wife. The details about what happened next are unclear, but McManus said the clerk was able to inform the pharmacy owner of the attempted robbery. Wynn, who had been robbed before, somehow managed to arm himself with a gun. That’s when McManus said the robber uttered his last words: “Let’s get it on.” Police said Wynn reacted quickly, shooting the gunman in the chest. “I was scared to death,” Wynn later said, declining to comment further. Police arrived to find the gunman, whose identity wasn’t released Wednesday, lying on his bac
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- A store owner shoots at a robber, misses, and kills an innocent bystander. Would this be classified as a criminal homicide?
- How is the right to self-defense applied under capitalism?