The gun-ban-by-corporate-fiat model is costing Domino’s Pizza delivery drivers their lives, their dignity, and their peace of mind.
On February 9 Breitbart News reported on the horrific armed attack that resulted in the rape and robbery of a 22-year-old Domino’s Pizza’ delivery woman in Antioch, California. At that time we also reminded readers that Domino’s Pizza bars their drivers from keeping a gun with them for self-defense.
After some research, it is clear that the February 8 attack is by no means an isolated incident. Instead, there have been at least eight Domino’s drivers attacked and shot since January 2012, and three of those drivers died from their wounds.
The first of these attacks was in Dallas, where Fox 4 reported that a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver was shot in the 11600 Block of Audelia Road” on January 25, 2012. The next attack took place on April 16, 2o13 in La Vergne, Tennessee, where WGNS Radio reported a driver was attacked while walking back to his car after a delivery, the driver was “robbed and shot.”
The next shooting–one that proved fatal–happened on February 1, 2014, in Indianapolis, Indiana, where WTHR 13 reported that a Domino’s Pizza driver delivered a pizza to the address that ordered it and was then shot and killed.