Any employee fired for violating a companies policy prohibiting self defense should seek a class action law suit against the company. While I normally detest most “class action” suits, there is and has been an organized campaign by anti gun groups to convince businesses that they need to disarm all their employees. If you prevent me from protecting myself on your premises, then you become 100% liable to provide protection, and any failure should be actionable.
I feel the exact same way about gubmint. States and/or cities that don't allow CC or make it prohibitively difficult to obtain should be held 100% accountable to provide protection 100% of the time. If they fail and someone gets hurt or killed because they were denied the right to self defense the state or city should be held 100% liable for all loss incurred.
You are 100% correct.
I'm not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV, but no person, company or government entity can force you to disarm then throw you to the wolves.
If we still operated under the Laws of logic and reason, more people would come to that conclusion, too.
Kudos to this guy for standing up to protect what was his.
Since he delayed in protecting himself because of the fear of repercussions from his employer, I wish there were a way for him to sue that employer for every bump he got and drop of blood he lost.
If anyone deserves something for 'mental anguish', it's this man.