Store Owner Lights up Trio of Armed Robbers with AR-15

Three armed robbers met a store owner armed with an AR-15 and left with gunshot wounds aplenty. And it was all caught on camera.

“The persons who tried to break into his store that night not only
intended to steal but I think they intended to kill him,” attorney John Schiro.

Surveillance footage shows the robbers using a stolen van to ram
through concrete pillars in front of the store. Having already had an
employee shot during an armed robbery last year, store owner Rami Murrar
responded by arming himself with his AR-15 rifle.

“When Mr. Murrar saw these fellows, he immediately, because he saw
they were armed, and that they saw him, and they were really making eye
contact like ‘Are you really going to come in?’ He momentarily didn’t
realize that his pistol was right there. He went into the back room and
got the rifle that he used,” Schiro said.

Store owner Rami Marrar made his views perfectly clear in an Instagram post:

JUST TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT, WE GO TO WORK TO MAKE OUR LIVING AND FEED OUR FAMILIES NOT TO HAVE SHOOTOUTS…… DON’T COME TO OUR ESTABLISHMENT WITH GUNS OR TRY BREAKING IN OUR STORES AND EXPECT
LESS THAN US DEFENDING OUR SELVES AND IF THIS IS WHAT IT’S GONNA TAKE
THEN LET IT BE, WE WILL PROTECT OUR BUSINESS AND EMPLOYEES AT ANY COST.

This video also shows the perfect example of dumb criminals. these are the steps:

1- Steal a van.

2- Crash the stolen van into a store and make all of that loud noise when it’s quiet at night.

3- Don’t expect anyone to be monitoring or securing they’re small business.

4- GET SHOT.

5- GET ARRESTED.

6- Leave with nothing.

At the end of the day it’s just some clothes it’s not worth anyone’s life.

#Bouchards #BouchardsMilwaukee #WeAreReady #WeStayReady #DontMessWithUs #ClothingStoreNotBaghdad #DontEvenTryUs

WE LOVE MILWAUKEE, WE HAVE BEEN IN THE MARKET SINCE 1988 AND WE WILL ALWAYS BE AROUND.
“Rami is not going to let them chase him out. His store has security
24 hours a day, and they’re going to defend themselves and their
property and their employees,” Schiro said.

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