During the attack, there were three people standing nearby but neither of them tried to help the victim.
“The three or four other people in the gas station,” he said. “They could have easily held him until the police got there. But they didn’t show any kind of favoritism. It makes me feel like people don’t care what happens to other people. I understood that he had a gun, but I never saw a gun.”
The 64-year-old is still in pain, but says his faith is helping him to deal with it. “It’s not the choice that you make, it’s the choice that God makes,” he said.