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    Thumbs up Robbers get a surprise from an armed citizen in St. Louis Rally's parking lot.

    I love the LEO's comment at the end. "Too bad for the robbers."

    http://www.kmov.com/video/raw/RAW-VIDEO--97397219.html
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    I like story's like this. To bad the GG got shot in the leg.

    I'm sure the Brady's spin would have been just give them your money and no one would have been shot.
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    This is a good out come for the couple..... Thank god for guns! I mean 6:20 in the evening my god thats terrible....Your not safe anymore no matter where your at or what time of day it may be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jad316 View Post
    This is a good out come for the couple..... Thank god for guns! I mean 6:20 in the evening my god thats terrible....Your not safe anymore no matter where your at or what time of day it may be.
    exactly...that's the scary thing is that these incidents are increasing in DAYLIGHT!

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    I'm sure the Brady's spin would have been just give them your money and no one would have been shot.
    Impossible in this case as the bad guys walked up to the couple and opened fire striking the guy in the legs. Guy returns fire striking one in the head, one in the stomach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superlite27 View Post
    Impossible in this case as the bad guys walked up to the couple and opened fire striking the guy in the legs. Guy returns fire striking one in the head, one in the stomach.
    I thought I read the good guy shot 1st

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    Quote Originally Posted by YuppieDog View Post
    I love the LEO's comment at the end. "Too bad for the robbers."

    http://www.kmov.com/video/raw/RAW-VIDEO--97397219.html
    Kudos to the St. Louis Police officer for telling it like it is.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by sohighlyunlikely View Post
    I thought I read the good guy shot 1st

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    He did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sohighlyunlikely View Post
    I thought I read the good guy shot 1st

    Doc
    Interview with the "victim":http://www.ksdk.com/news/local/story...1&provider=top

    "The first shot hit me, then I reached over while I was in the car and I shot two times. That's when, he didn't expect what was going on and he shot again."
    I'm merely extrapolating, but since 1) the "victim" only fired twice, and 2)both perps were hit (one in the head and one in the stomach), and 3) the "victim" states "....and he (the perp) shot again.".......

    ...I'm guessing the perp who fired the shots was struck in the stomach, and the other was hit in the head........as being struck in the noggin by a bullet really cuts down on the chances of doing anything "again".

    No updates on the perps other than both are still in "unstable" critical condition as of this morning. Evidently, the "victim" is feeling good enough to do interviews.

    Good deal!

    BTW: I hate using the word "victim" to refer to someone who obviously refused to be one, but I merely use it to denote who was attacked by the bad guys.

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    "Too bad for the robbers..."
    lol...
    Thank you officer for that succinct comment and great attitude!

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