The wrong tool for the job

The wrong tool for the job

Der­rick Mosley kept the base­ball bat firmly pressed against his leg and walked into the shop. The guy at the counter had one of those wind-​breaker jack­ets on over a white shirt and was talk­ing to the sales clerk. The sales clerk gave Der­rick a glance over. Der­rick with that atti­tude, attract­ing atten­tion. He swung the base­ball bat in an arc and slammed it into the dis­play cab­i­net. The one with all the Smith and Wes­sons laid out: fif­teen hand­guns. He fan­cied the Colt .45. The sales clerk pre­ferred the .38. The .38 he had point­ing between Derrik’s eyes.

By Vin­cent Holland

Inspired by the case of Der­rick Mosley rob­bing the Gun Dis­count Store — http://​dai​ly​mail​.co​.uk

Derrick Mosley kept the baseball bat firmly pressed against his leg and walked into the shop. The guy at the counter had one of those wind-breaker jackets on over a white shirt and was talking to the sales clerk. The sales clerk gave Derrick a glance over. Derrick with that attitude, attracting attention. He swung the baseball bat in an arc and slammed it into the display cabinet. The one with all the Smith and Wessons laid out: fifteen handguns. He fancied the Colt .45. The sales clerk preferred the .38. The .38 he had pointing between Derrik’s eyes.

By Vincent Holland

Inspired by the case of Derrick Mosley robbing the Gun Discount Store – http://dailymail.co.uk