The final installment on our intrepid pizza delivery man--the prosecutor says "self defense". I suspect that the business about the medical examiner finding that the bad guy was shot after he was down may be attributed to wishful thinking on some liberal reporter's part. Thank God. (I thought it was questionable before, next time I'm going to be even more suspicious. Lesson learned.)
Mr. Honeycutt is free from worry about incarceration, but still out of a job. He deserves better from his ex-employer, Pizza Hut. As I've noted before, Mr. Honeycutt wasn't fired for killing the bad guy, he was fired for having a weapon to defend himself. You can still contact Pizza Hut to express your opinion here.