PA doctor shoots patient who killed case worker.

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Conservative estimates confirm that well over one million times a year a crime is stopped or prevented and lives are saved by the self defensive use of a firearm. Rarely reported or published by a largely anti gun media, this incident and article is a clear example of how law abiding citizens can and do save lives!


A psychiatric outpatient opened fire Thursday inside a psychiatrist’s office at a hospital near Philadelphia, killing his caseworker and slightly wounding the doctor, who shot the gunman with his personal firearm, authorities said.

The suspect, Richard Plotts, of Upper Darby, Pa., was reported in critical condition after the shooting at 2:20 p.m. in an office at the Mercy Wellness Center of Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby, Delaware County District Attorney Jack Whelan said at an evening news conference.

The unidentified 52-year-old doctor shot Plotts three times and suffered a graze wound when the suspect returned fire, Whelan said at an evening news conference. Two guns were recovered.

Another doctor and caseworker tackled Plotts in a hallway and held him until police arrived.

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