FL Business Owner Wins Against Three Armed Robbers: Two In Jail, One In Hospital
COCOA, FLORIDA — One armed robbery suspect wasted perfectly good space aboard a medical flight transport after being shot repeatedly by a store owner. He was rushed into surgery in critical condition and the helicopter forgot to drop his cargo at around two thousand feet elevation, soaking up even more taxpayer dollars attempting to save the life of this piece of trash.
The robbery occurred around 8 pm in a location that has been repeatedly targeted by armed robbers looking to extort or kill the store clerk, according to recent events and historical ones broadcast through WESH. The victim is a naturalized citizen who owns the store and hails from Cambodia. He keeps pictures of the armed robbers he’s shot in his store since they’ve begun trying to rob him.
“If you sometimes give them money, they never have enough. Doesn’t matter, they will come back and kill you,” the store owner said.
It’s pretty obvious from the reporting and the police records provided through WESH that local hoods thought extorting this store was a perfectly acceptable solution to the problem of them not having enough fake-looking gold teeth. Now one of them may never have to worry about chewing whole foods ever again!
The store owner, for obvious reasons, didn’t want to appear in front of television cameras for fear of reprisals — something to be expected when you are faced against a large supply of young, idiotic men willing to die for a twenty dollar bill. Thankfully, he’s been fast. And they’re dumb. Because according to police reports, this store was the site of repeated attempted robberies before this one. The most notable was in 2009 where another armed robber pretty much ended up in the same spot as the last one and, again, taxpayers have to foot the bill for him undergoing immediate life-saving surgery, recuperation, and then incarceration.
In the meantime, good job store owner. He’s definitely taken advantage of his second amendment rights — and the police have acknowledged that a man has a right to defend himself with reasonable force.
The thug, though, tried to escape with the help of his two low-life friends driving a Silver Camaro. The store owner chased him out and opened fire on his accomplices — who were later captured and similarly charged with the burglary. So now the thug has not only managed to land himself in the hospital awaiting charges (if he ever wakes up), but now his two friends can keep him company. That almost offsets the anger of knowing taxpayers will have to foot the bill for all three of them — something nobody should ever have to do.