Dr. Wesley Parkhurst served nine months in Iraq, but it was only
after returning home to Henryetta, Okla., that he found himself
having to use deadly force. The physician stopped to help a woman
who had been assaulted by her husband, Gary Wayne Britt. Though she
asked to be driven to her mother's house, Parkhurst wisely drove to
the police station after Britt twice rammed the doctor's car.
Outside the police station Britt confronted Parkhurst and advanced
on him, despite Parkhurst's loaded .45-cal. handgun. Parkhurst fired
two shots, both of which struck Britt, who was listed in stable
condition at an area hospital. Parkhurst was not charged.
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