Michael McGlockton describes the pain he feels after his son, Markeis, was shot and killed outside a convenience store near Clearwater on July 29. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri did not arrest the shooter saying stand your ground tied his hands in the matter. In the days following his son’s death, Michael McGlockton became a vocal opponent of the law saying his son’s death "opened up my eyes to see the injustice of this law." "If this law continues here in the state of Florida, it’s going to be like the Wild, Wild West," McGlockton said. "That’s exactly what it’s gonna be."