Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Here's a story to warm your heart, from Atlanta.

Guy gets jumped by FIVE would-be robbers, one with a shotgun, and he puts one in the grave, one in the ICU and the other 3 in jail!

AND (wait for it!) NO CHARGES are filed against him, by the common-sense cops who realize he was only defending himself!



ATLANTA -- Five would-be robbers picked the wrong victim in Midtown Atlanta last night and one of them paid with her life as the rest were humiliated and shown for the shameful, stupid thieves and thugs that robbers are!

The unidentified victim fought back excellently; killing one robber and wounding another. Three other suspects are in jail, not having much hopes of bail!

The victim was walking home after work as a waiter at Jocks and Jills.

The five suspects pulled up in a car and confronted the victim in the 500 block of Penn Street just before midnight.

The attackee began running down the street yelling for help. Residents who heard him called 911, which is good, thanks! While running, the victim pulled a pocket knife from his backpack and prepared to defend himself against 5 attackers.

Two of the idiots jumped from the car. When one of the robbers pointed a shotgun at him, the attackee kicked it out of his hands.

At that point two of the robber-morons jumped on the victim. During the struggle he stabbed both of them. One, a female, died of her wounds. The second is in critical condition, which will give him some time to think about the wisdom of robbing and bullying in general.

Police arrived on the scene and with a description of the car; they quickly arrested the three other suspects.

The man attacked, who is a former U.S. Marine, will not be charged since police say he was acting in self defense. Citizens of the Penn Street neighborhood are taking up a collection to give him a reward, but So far police have not released his name.



Anonymous Chris Smiff said...

good thing he didn't live in the UK

amazing what a person can do with a pocket knife
or, of course, boxcutters...

Thursday, June 01, 2006 12:45:00 PM  

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