Save a life, get fired and kicked out of your home.



When a neighbor screamed she’d been shot, Colin Bruley grabbed his shotgun, found the victim and began treating her bloodied right leg.

Tonnetta Lee survived Tuesday’s pre-dawn shooting at her Jacksonville apartment, and her sister and a neighbor praised Bruley’s actions. But his employers, the same people who own the Arlington complex where Bruley lives, reacted differently. They fired him.

Bruley, a leasing agent at the Oaks at Mill Creek, said he lost his job after being told that brandishing the weapon was a workplace violation, as was failing to notify supervisors after the incident occurred. He’d worked at the Monument Road complex since December and for the owner, Village Green Cos., since 2005.


Mr. Bruley mentioned a lawyer. I bet Gun Owners of America and JPFO would be interested in hearing from him.

Damn Hoplophobes.


One response to “Save a life, get fired and kicked out of your home.

  1. Island of Sanity In Ocean Of Crazy

    This is absolutely repulsive 0 tolerance garbage. The victim’s family, doctors, even The Washington Post is calling him a hero, and this idiotic company fires him? WTF?