Armed Man Enters Bar, Different Result this Time Mike Vance June 16, 2016 News Not all stories are treated equally by the mainstream media. In other stories where the criminal was not taken care of, it can turn into a plea for gun control. Per Pix11.com: “An armed man was gunned down by a retired NYPD officer as he allegedly robbed patrons at a Queens bar on Monday. The fatal shooting happened at Parkside Pub on 149th Street in Whitestone at 3:53 a.m." Police said 24-year-old Andrew McClean walked into the pub waving a gun and announced a robbery. He took money from the cash register and then stole from some customers before the former cop fatally shot him, according to police. The cop, identified by police sources as 69-year-old Robert Beardsley, retired in 1975. His police officer instincts kicked in Monday. He fired one round hitting the robber in the head killing him. The New York Daily News says The former cop who fatally shot a would-be robber in a Queens pub “acted properly from what we can see right now,” according to the NYPD’s chief of detectives. See, guns aren't always a bad thing. This retired police officer was able to stop a criminal in his place and justice was served.