Posted February 15, 2017 1:12 pm by Comments

By James England

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA — When a gun-wielding bad guy walked into a local neighborhood deli and declared a hold-up, he probably expected everyone would just drop their wallets, phones, and jewelry and he would miraculously walk away unscathed. Just one problem: the deli’s owner also had a gun.

According to 6 ABC Action News – Philadelphia, the armed robber probably managed to finish his declaration of intent to commit a robbery before he received several gunshots from the deli’s owner. The robber went to the hospital and is still there, recuperating from multiple critical gunshot wounds.

Weird. It’s like people don’t like having their lives and livelihoods threatened by criminals.

I really wish I could say, “wow, well, criminals know not to rob THAT deli anymore.”

I can’t.

That’s the problem with criminals — they don’t take hints. Contrary to popular opinion, lightening CAN strike the same place twice. As a business owner, if you experience an armed robbery, you’ll probably experience another one. Probability be damned.

Now, the chances go up based upon volume. In a dense, urban environment, there’s more criminals to run into. There’s more opportunity for a criminal to see your storefront and think, “wow, I bet I can rob that …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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