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ATLANTA, GA – An Atlanta man, George Wilman, told his boss in a private conversation on Tuesday that he’d ‘take a bullet for him’, but when the going got rough on Wednesday, Wilman decided not to.
“He may not admit to this, but he said it,” said Wilman’s boss, Henry Folden. “He looked me right in the eyes and said, ‘Henry – I’d take a bullet for you, and I really mean it.'” Folden has been George’s boss since November at the marketing firm Smith & Garland. The private conversation took place at O’Malley’s Pub late Tuesday night.
The very next day, a mugger pulled a gun on Henry Folden while Wilman was right next to him. An altercation ensued, and the mugger fired a single shot at Folden. George Wilman didn’t even move.
“He just stood there with a dumb look on his face, and don’t try and tell me he was in shock. I know shock when I see it,” Folden said. Folden was struck in his shoulder by the bullet, but was released from the hospital this morning. “He’s going to have hell to pay when I see him.”
We asked George Wilman why he would almost immediately make himself out to be a liar.
“Well, I guess I didn’t want to be shot,” he told us.