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In Natchez, Mississippi, on November 6, three men attempted to rob the Old South Pawn Shop. One man, Clifton Jackson, held a pistol in each hand. The three men yelled at the employees and told the workers to give them money.

Jackson began shooting at the employees while his cohorts, Davis Bradley and LaJoshua White, backed him up. An unidentified employee "returned fire and struck [Jackson] in the head," reported the Natchez Democrat. A few minutes later, about 10:30 a.m., police arrived and found the pawnshop employee holding two robbers at gunpoint.

Jackson later died of his wound.
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Title Annotation:EXERCISING THE RIGHT
Author:Williamsen, Kurt
Publication:The New American
Date:Jan 8, 2007
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