Kenneth Thornton was beaten with a tire iron and robbed at
his business, located in a high-crime area of Memphis, Tennesse, in
June 1998. After that traumatic incident, he had taken steps to
ensure that he would not be victimized again. Unfortunately, when
he buzzed two men in at his equipment supply company one December
afternoon, he didn't recognize that one was an assailant from the
earlier incident. The mistake could have cost Thornton his life,
but when the second attack began, he grabbed his handgun and fatally
shot one of the intruders. The other man fled on foot.
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