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Robbery Attempt in Houston Texas || ViralHog

Authorities in Houston, Texas have just released surveillance video showing an employee of a cell phone store lock a man attempting to rob the store inside until police arrive. After being locked in, the man tries to shoot out the lock on the door before dropping to his knees and begging to be let out.

 

The high-IQ criminal, John Bell, was sentenced to 5 years the week before Christmas for armed robbery. 5 YEARS!!! He will be out in 3 years at the most. Be prepared for him to continue his career. The police would have done everyone a favor if they had gunned down John John and saved the taxpayers money as well as saved his future victims. Oh well.

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Fullauto223cal's picture

Mr. Fudd thinks gun laws will stop shit like this.  Funny, I always assumed robbery was against the law already.  We obviously need to ban committing robbery.  That will show those criminals.

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If you look closely he didn't even use a gun to rob the place.  

 

 

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Dagambit's picture

No, if YOU look closely, he was pulling it out of his waistband as he rounded the counter and demanded she open the register before making his way to the back after she told him no.

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eh's picture

UMMMMMMM---he shot the lock several times with the gun he had.........which is absolutely retarded as almost anyone knows because despite what TV shows, shooting a lock is potentially deadly from ricochets.

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Sure he shot the lock but I never see him point the gun at them. The way the lady acted walking up to him and all defiant and just walked off makes me think he didn't have the gun out.

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eh's picture

Good point. Unlikely he threatened them by showing the gun. He seems like a responsible and law-abiding gun owner.

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