An armed criminal picked the wrong people, and store to target
When an armed robber pointed a shotgun at his sister, 20-year-old Usman Seth snatched a Smith & Wesson handgun out of his father’s hands and opened fire, striking the robber in the leg. The robber fired back while hopping around the family’s Houston convenience store, but missed, as Seth yelled at the robber to drop his weapon.
When the robber refused to give up, Seth put him down for good .
‘He kept threatening us,’ Seth told reporters.
As the gunfight continued, the robber positioned himself beside a Dr. Pepper cooler.
Finally Seth was able to hit him again, eventually killing the man.
Seth said he recognized the man’s face when first responders arrived and removed the man’s mask.
He was a young Hispanic who had come into the store about 30 minutes earlier.
The robber’s name has not been released.
However, Seth said the man’s brother came to the store Saturday morning and threatened to take revenge by murdering the family.
Seth’s father, also named Usman Seth, 59, said he worries the family will have peace after this.
‘We are continuously getting threats from them,’ he said.
Sounds like the dead robber’s brother is a thug too. Yes, that sounds cruel, but what are we supposed to say. Sorry, if a family member, or friend is shot by someone he is threatening I am not going to defend them
Good news? Is public outcry working? H/T Bearing Arms
Innocent until proven guilty? To Hell with that, the lynch mob mentality is running wild in Ferguson
FOX 2 reported:
A long line of speakers fired passionate comments during the 1st Ferguson City Council meeting following the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The Council conducted its regular business and then took public comment. The meeting held at the Greater Grace Church on Pershall Road ended at 10 pm with some citizens still waiting to speak.
The city planned on calling up speakers by name based on speaker cards filled out before the meeting. But the plan was scrapped when dozens of people lined up behind two microphones. Speakers were asked to say their name and where they lived. Some declined. Others said they did not live in Ferguson but felt compelled speak.
Several speakers criticized city leaders for the way the Michael Brown shooting was handled. Some vowed to organize voters to unseat current council members. There were a few brief disruptions. During one point of the meeting, some stood and chanted, “Fired up, can’t take it no more.”
Mayor James Knowles told the audience he and the council would listen to the comments but would not be engaged in a question and answer type format. He said upcoming ward meetings would allow for those types of exchanges.
“How are you getting Ferguson residents involved with trying to be unified?” asked one speaker.
One speaker promised more demonstrations if he didn’t see officer Darren Wilson face charges for the shooting death of Michael Brown.
“You all might as well bring back the army because there’s going to be chaos in the street again,”said the young man.
In other words, that pig better fry or else! Again, forget about justice, actual justice that is, you know, where we look at all the evidence THEN decide guilt or innocence. No, this is about mob rule, and a lynch mob mentality. And frankly, I wish the police would stop soft balling the thugs rioting and looting, and start shooting a few of them. Because when you riot violently, and hurt people and destroy property in a violent manner, you deserve to be shot! Sorry, but the truth hurts. The more the police fear using appropriate force to stop gangs, and other violent behavior, the more brazen that violence will become.
So THIS is only worth a two game suspension? Roger Goodell is a joke.
The Baltimore Ravens terminated Ray Rice’s contract today after a video emerged of the running back punching his then fiancee in an Atlantic City hotel elevator.
The NFL followed up by suspending Rice indefinitely, which would prevent another team from picking him up. Earlier in the day, the NFL said it had never seen the violent video before it suspended him for two games earlier this summer for domestic abuse.
“We requested from law enforcement any and all information about the incident, including the video from inside the elevator,” the NFL said in a statement today. “The video was not made available to us and no one in our office has seen it until today.”
Within hours of the video’s appearance on TMZ.com, Rice’s team, the Baltimore Ravens, tweeted, “The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contract of RB Ray Rice this afternoon.”
Good riddance to bad rubbish
State Police arrested a naked man who was beating on cars and getting into fights at a Southern Oregon music festival that promoted the benefits of hemp.
Troopers went to the Jefferson State Hemp Expo in the Josephine County community of Provolt early Sunday found four men holding the naked man on the ground. Troopers took him into custody.
They said he kicked one of them several times and kept kicking in the back of the patrol car.
Medical personnel sedated the man and he was taken to a hospital in Grants Pass.
State police say 27-year-old Timothy A. Seaux (SO) was later taken to jail and held on charges of criminal mischief, menacing, assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest.
Michelle Malkin lays the truth about the “anti-violence” Left bare. At the MTV Music Awards, there was much Liberal angst about Ferguson, violence, etc. But, some other violence much closer to that awards show, was ignored
The night before the VMAs, a gunman barged into the 1Oak nightclub in West Hollywood and shot rap mogul Suge Knight six times. He survived.
It wasn’t the first time Knight had been targeted for apparent revenge. And it wasn’t the first time the VMA party scene had been rattled by violent gunfire. In 2005, Knight was shot at a pre-VMA party in Miami hosted by rapper Kanye West.
Knight, founder of the Death Row Records empire and possessor of a mile-long rap sheet, reportedly refuses to cooperate with L.A. police, who are investigating the roles of the infamous Bloods and Crips rival street gangs in the crime. The Bloods-affiliated Knight’s reign of criminal terror has been well documented by law enforcement and rap aficionados. A climax: the still-unsolved shooting deaths of rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, which multiple insiders believe the record executive ordered.
Go read it all, it will open your eyes to the hypocrisy of these Liberals who bemoan violence, while going gaga over trash like the ones Michelle mentions