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"The moment Myrick heard shots, he ran to his
truck. He unlocked the door, removed his gun from its case, removed a round of bullets
from another case, loaded the gun and went looking for the killer. 'I've always kept
a gun in the truck just in case something like this ever happened,' said Myrick, who
has since become Principal of Corinth High School, Corinth, Miss.
"Woodham knew cops would arrive before too
long, so he was all business, no play. No talk of Jesus, just shooting and reloading,
shooting and reloading. He shot until he heard sirens, and then ran to his car. His plan,
authorities subsequently learned, was to drive to nearby Pearl Junior High School and
shoot more kids before police could show up.
"But Myrick foiled that plan. He saw the
killer fleeing the campus and positioned himself to point a gun at the windshield.
Woodham, seeing the gun pointed at his head, crashed the car. Myrick approached the killer
and confronted him. 'Here was this monster killing kids in my school, and the minute
I put a gun to his head he was a kid again,' Myrick said."
Luke Woodham is currently serving multiple life sentences after being found guilty of the murder of his mother and two students.