Armed Doctor that Saved Lives & Stopped Shooter in Gun Free Zone Needs Our Support

By Dan Roberts

Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital
Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital may be tempted to discipline or even fire the hero Doctor.
AmmoLand Gun News
AmmoLand Gun News

Manasquan, NJ --(Ammoland.com)- A Pennsylvania doctor who was grazed by gunfire from an armed patient in his office at a suburban hospital on Thursday, stopped the shooter by returning fire with his own weapon and severely injuring him, but not before a nearby caseworker was killed by the patient gun man.

Now this good Doctor needs our support!!

Please call Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital, ask for their Public Relations Dept and voice your unwavering support for Dr. Silverman, the Doctor who saved countless lives yesterday by putting down a deranged lunatic with a lengthy rap sheet who was almost certainly poised to go on a rampage.

While the Dr did not break any laws, he did violate Hospital “Gun Free Zone” policy, which the killer clearly ignored, and the hospital may be tempted to discipline or even fire the hero Doctor.

The Doctor needs overwhelming support from the public that he did the right thing and is a HERO .

And the Admin of the Hospital needs to know that the public is watching closely to see if they discipline him for violating their insane Pro Victimhood Gun Free Zone Policy.

The Hospital number is (610)-237-4000.

About Dan RobertsDan Roberts is a grassroots supporter of gun rights that has chosen AmmoLand Shooting Sports News as the perfect outlet for his frank, ‘Jersey Attitude’ filled articles on Guns and Gun Owner Rights.As a resident of the oppressive state of New Jersey he is well placed to be able to discuss the abuses of government against our inalienable rights to keep and bear arms as he writes from deep behind NJ’s Anti-Gun iron curtain. Read more from Dan Roberts or email him at DRoberts@ammoland.com You can also find him on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/dan.roberts.18

  • 7 thoughts on “Armed Doctor that Saved Lives & Stopped Shooter in Gun Free Zone Needs Our Support

    1. Talk about your “anal administrations”. They sound like walking, talking rectums…that need an emema.

    2. Let’s see if the democrats go after this doctor. Perfect example of Clinton’s insane “Gun Free Zones”. If the doctor had not had his firearm more people would be dead.

    3. If they are like most administrators they will fire the DR. That way folks will be safer in the future. Now figure that out

    4. Before anyone jumps all over the hospital’s administration and phones in complaints it would be a good idea to see if they will react negatively to the incident. It’s very obvious that the good doctor protected an unknown number of possible victims by ending the threat as quickly as was possible and not every administration muckety muck is stupid or myopic.

    5. Like the NRA says…”a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun” ! This is proof that is fact ! I’m sure behind the scenes the gungrabbing parasites want this doctor fired ! What he did just don’t fit in their agenda ! This man SAVED LIVES !

    6. Don’t waste your time the administration has not only not gone negative on the physician they have come out publically and said they commended him for saving lives
      It appears that this hospital did get a solid dose of the least used of all the senses when a crisis occurs the COMMON sense. The Admin and the hospital board came out unanimously for the bravery and commitment to saving lives. I am SURE however being a Psychiatric facility the official ban will remain in place. Dr Dave

    7. Hospitals ARE liable for the “safety” of ALL people in their building and on their property. The caseworker’s family can sue and most likely win. Hospital administrations, though, are usually about as smart as a bag of hammers…apologies to the hammers.

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