While I disagree with not letting employees carry legally, if he actually violated company policy that he knew about before he carried, then its kinda his fault. If I walk into an establishment that says no carrying guns, and I get busted, it's my fault. Is it actually company policy or are they lying about that as well? Do I agree with not letting employees carry on the night shift, especially after being robbed? No. I also think it is asinine for a state to assume that I am responsible enough to be issued a carry permit , but just not responsible to carry everywhere. Anyway,with the lie they did tell that there was no robbery attempt, and their policy of not supporting the right to carry, I will no longer do business with them. Not because he was fired though.
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