Robinson was arrested for the first time in Kansas City in 1969, after embezzling ,000 from the medical practice of Dr. In 1971 he was arrested once again for embezzling firm funds, and ordered back to Kansas City where his probation was extended.
Wallace Graham, where he had secured a job as an X-ray technician using forged credentials. In 1970 Robinson violated probation by moving back to Chicago without his probation officer's permission, and took a job as an insurance salesman at the R. In 1975 it was extended again after another arrest, this time on charges of securities fraud and mail fraud in connection with a phony "medical consulting" company he had formed in Kansas City.
In 1961 he enrolled at Morton Junior College in Cicero to become a medical X-ray technician, but dropped out after two years.
In 1964 he moved to Kansas City and married Nancy Jo Lynch, who gave birth to their first child, John Jr., in 1965, followed by a daughter, Kimberly, in 1967, and twins Christopher and Christine in 1971.
The Texas “good guy” even fled the scene with the carjackers.
“Despite what we see on TV, the presence of a firearm is a greater risk, especially in the hands of an untrained person,” said Chipman.
As of 2017, with eight murder convictions across both states, Robinson remains on death row in Kansas.
Because he made contact with most of his post-1993 victims via on-line chat rooms, he is sometimes referred to as "the Internet's first serial killer".
In Texas, a “good guy” tried to help a carjacking victim, but because he was improperly trained, he accidentally shot the victim in the head while the carjackers escaped.
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“The notion that you have a seal of approval just because you’re not a criminal — that you walk into a gun store and you’re ready for game day — is ridiculous,” said David Chipman, a former SWAT team member with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
It’s widely accepted in law enforcement that improperly trained civilians often do more harm than good when trying to help at crime scenes.