James Shaw had to make a decision. When a gunman started unloading his semi-automatic rifle inside this Waffle House, he found cover in the bathroom. With several lying injured, some dying, he ran from shelter and confronted him. That's a special kind of courage.
This is James Shaw. He's a hero. His hands are burned from grabbing the barrel of a gun used to kill four people at a Nashville Waffle House. He says he's sorry he couldn't save more people. pic.twitter.com/QXIevQLfM1— Chris Conte (@chrisconte) April 22, 2018