The grand jury made the right decision on this case.
A grand jury in Texas made the decision to not make an indictment against Jack Wilson who fatally shot Thomas Kinnunen who shot two people at a Fort Worth church in December.
Thomas Kinnunen walked into the West Freeway Church of Christ disguised in a beard and a whig and opened fire on congregants of the church.
Before Kinnunen could do more damage, Jack Wilson who is the head of the security team at the church was able to shoot the church shooter right in the head.
A Tarrant County grand jury took no action against Jack Wilson, the volunteer security guard and firearms instructor who stopped the deadly shooting inside the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement this past December. https://t.co/cqP3YrC7Ci
— FOX 4 NEWS (@FOX4) September 29, 2020
Jack Wilson fatally shot an armed man who killed two people in late December at a Fort Worth-area church. https://t.co/XUR0ECPzfO
— WAFF 48 (@waff48) September 29, 2020
Gov. Greg Abbott awarded Jack Wilson with the Governor's Medal of Courage for his actions, the highest civilian honor in the Lone Star State. https://t.co/5Ns43mEZZT
— CBS 17 (@WNCN) September 29, 2020
ABC News wasn’t silent see what they had to say:
A grand jury in Texas decided Monday to take no action against a man who fatally shot an armed man who killed two people at a Fort Worth-area church in late December, prosecutors said.
Jack Wilson, a firearms instructor who trained a volunteer security team at the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, fatally shot Keith Thomas Kinnunen during a Dec. 29 service after he shot and killed 67-year-old Richard White, another security volunteer, and 64-year-old Anton “Tony” Wallace, a server.
As the attacker shot the two men, congregants scrambled for cover. The gunman was heading to the front of the sanctuary as Wilson searched for a clear line of fire. His single shot quickly ended the attack.
This is just one of the many instances showing us that we must protect the 2nd Amendment at all costs.
Just imagine if Jack Wilson wasn’t allowed to carry his firearm into the church even more lives would have been lost.
Jack Wilson is an American hero
He stopped a church shooter in 6 seconds, saving countless lives
The mainstream media practically ignored him
I wonder why?
I guess his story doesn’t fit their narrative
RT so they have to cover this HERO!
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) January 19, 2020
Fox 4 News stayed busy and covered the story too:
A volunteer security guard has been cleared of wrongdoing for his actions to stop a gunman inside a North Texas church.
This past December, Keith Thomas Kinnunen pulled out a shotgun and opened fire inside the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, west of Fort Worth.
The attack killed 67-year-old Richard White, another security volunteer, and 64-year-old Tony Wallace, who had just finished handing out communion.
Jack Wilson, a firearms instructor and the head of the church’s security team, ended the Kinnunen’s rampage with a single shot to the head.
Jack Wilson, the hero who stopped the Texas church shooter, was trained and prepared to diligently defend himself and his community.
No gun control law can provide this kind of safety. pic.twitter.com/yHrE2Bniws
— YAF (@yaf) December 30, 2019
Heroes don’t always wear capes.
Sometimes they are sitting right next to you without you even knowing.