KHOU.com reported a May 18 robbery at another Houston Jack in the Box that took place in the parking lot, where an armed man shot and robbed another man outside the restaurant.
On May 13, just days after Jack in the Box asked law-abiding citizens to leave their guns home, GunsSaveLives.net carried a WKRN-TV report about a man who was shot in the parking lot of a Nashville Jack in the Box after refusing to buy drugs from a man who cornered him outside.
Does Jack in the Box still “prefer” that law-abiding citizens remain unarmed?
I think that if I lived in Texas, I would “prefer” not to patronize Jack in the Box until they do something about the dangerously unsafe conditions they’ve created in their stores.
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