Another armed citizen protects the lives of others as he opens fire on a deranged patron hell bent on destruction. This type of everyday heroism by your average armed citizen goes unreported in the main street media, but good people practicing their Second Amendment rights are the best protection against those that would do others harm.

Police say 48-year-old James Jones, of Grand Prairie, walked into the bar and started yelling incoherently. “He was saying, ‘Oh, who worked for the cartel?'” the witness said.

As Perez approached him to calm him down, police say Jones fatally shot him in the face and chest. It was then, police say, a customer who was carrying a concealed gun returned fire on the suspect, killing him.

The restaurant has what the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission calls a “blue sign,” indicating that concealed handgun license carriers can indeed carry concealed weapons in their establishment.

“We don’t have any plans to charge him,” said Lt. Chris Cook, and Arlington police spokesman.

Cook said that man’s actions likely saved other lives. Police say Jones had a second loaded handgun in his pocket, as well as two knives. They also said the second handgun had its serial number scratched off, which could indicate it was stolen.

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