Bitch made pussy ass mark. A CCW holder with his weapon provokes an issue over a parking spot and can't get it from the shoulder so he shoots and kills a man.
Don't get into a confrontation with someone because they park in a handicapped spot. Especially don't create a confrontation over a handicapped parking spot when you're carrying your fuckin gun.
He was TALKING to a woman when someone came and PUSHED him from his blind spot. You clearly can't differentiate physical with verbal or assault with arguement so maybe that helps. If this guy didn't assault this dude I'm sure the dude wasn't going to run into the store and shoot him. Seems like he wasn't really in fear that his life was threatened but I'm not him and can't make that call. If this guy really feels like he was gonna to be seriously hurt or killed and felt that he had to shoot to protect himself then that's probably going to keep him out of jail.
Moral of the story, don't go around assaulting people because you don't like the words they are using.
He's an asshole that provokes situations; he has a history of this shit. I posted some of them earlier in this thread. Here is one -
A couple of months ago, Drejka was in the same parking lot outside the same Circle A Food Store at 1201 Sunset Point Road arguing over the same handicap-reserved space, according to a man who said Drejka threatened to shoot him.
Rick Kelly, 31, told the Tampa Bay Times that Drejka circled his tanker truck and confronted him about why he parked there.
Kelly asked why it mattered. He recalled that Drejka said his mom (whom records show died in 2007) is handicapped.
The argument escalated. Drejka yelled, Kelly said, and used a racial slur. Kelly is black. Drejka is white.
Drejka, he said, threatened to shoot him.
But the dispute didn't end there.
Drejka called the Clearwater septic tank company Kelly works for to complain, telling owner John Tyler that he didn't like the way Kelly had talked to him and that he was "lucky I didn't blow his head off."
Tyler, a gun owner himself, told the Times he was shocked.
"I said, 'I'm sorry you feel that way, that you feel that it's justified to take someone's life over a parking space,'" he said. "That was the chilling part about it when I found out who it was with the (McGlockton) situation."