No Good Deed Goes Unpunished (Unlitigated)

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 No Good Deed Goes Unpunished (Unlitigated)

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Welcome to post-America in the 21st Century (not a science fiction movie).

 

This summer we told you the tale of a brave San Francisco Starbuck’s customer who beat down an armed robber. That was a story of triumph of good over evil. Now, evil strikes back. The robber is considering suing the hero cause his wuttle feewings were hurt…

Dianne de Guzman of the SF Gate reports on the insane legal story … Please follow along if you can stand it.

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The story, here, from July:

 

“Starbucks has a Hero Customer in California

When I think about Starbucks, I generally associate it with decent coffee, liberals, and higher prices. I don’t think of heros.

But that doesn’t mean one never enters into one of their shops. One did recently in Fresno.

KPIX, CBS of the Bay Area ran story about one customer who refused to sit idly by while a robbery went down.

 



Fifty-eight-year-old customer Cregg Jerri grabbed a chair, walked up behind the robber and smashed it over his head.”

The hero was stabbed in the act but he also managed to stab the robber. And, by the looks of the video (please watch it), he beat the tar out of him.

Another great example of a great American refusing to let a crime go unpunished. Good for him.

Coffee vigilantism – good till the perp drops!”

 

Now a possible turn for the incomprehensibly stupid:

“A man credited with stopping a robbery of a Starbucks in July might now be sued by the suspect, over wounds the would-be robber received from the Good Samaritan.

Ryan Flores, 30, is facing charges for second-degree robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, stemming from a robbery of a Fresno Starbucks. Flores was arrested after he allegedly tried to rob a barista with a fake gun and wearing a Transformers mask — and in the process, he was subdued by a customer and stabbed with his own knife.”

-SF Gate

 

Gee! Who would ever suspect that trying to rob a store and intimidate people with a fake gun and a very real knife might backfire!?

 

And, if you stab an old man, it is entirely possible he might grab the knife and stab you back.

 

The crook’s crooked relatives are upset. They seem to think the seventeen times Jerri stabbed their little menace to society was excessive. Really? I wouldn’t consider 70 stabs excessive – whatever it takes to subdue the violent felon.

 

There’s an old adage in the law: you take your victim as you find him. Usually it means you find a weakling that you rob or hurt. But sometimes you get a raging tough guy who nearly kills you in self defense. It’s your problem to deal with.

 

Please read the SFG original for all the outrageous details. This is just another example of personal responsibility sacrificed on the altar of modern idiot America.

 

The story notes that legal experts see no chance (even in California) of this suit going anywhere. Let’s hope not. Heck, let’s hope the hero files a counterclaim and wins – effectively beating the punk twice!

 

Said punk should just be happy to still be alive. He can (and should) change his ways now. He’s not off to a great start…

 

Let this whole incident still be an inspiration and not a warning. Bad guys must be stopped sometimes. And that may mean getting hurt. It may mean getting sued. But the fight must go on.

Perrin​​ ​​Lovett​​​ ​​​writes​​ ​​about​​ ​​freedom,​​ ​​firearms,​​ ​​and​​ ​​cigars​​ ​​(and​​ ​​everything​​ ​​else)​​ ​​at www.perrinlovett.me​​.​​ ​​He​​ ​​is​​ ​​none​​ ​​too​​ ​​fond​​ ​​of​​ ​​government​​ ​​meddling.

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