Posted June 26, 2017 3:51 pm by Comments

By Jenn Jacques

In March 2016, we reported on the story of Min Kim, the Spanaway, Washington convenience store owner who was arrested after he shot and killed a suspected robber just weeks after his wife had been shot in the stomach during an attempted armed robbery in their family-owned store.

“I am scared. I’m scared of everybody who is walking actually right now. Whoever just walks by I am frightened,” Min Kim said at the time.

Min was working at Kim’s Pacific Quick Shop as his wife recovered from the gunshot wound when 21-year-old Jakeel Mason entered the store and allegedly took pepperoni and cigarettes.

“As soon as I see him I pulled out my gun out and he stopped everything and he raised both hands,” said Min Kim. “As soon as I see he is no threat I put my pistol back.”

Surveillance video from the store did confirm that after he put the gun away, a brief scuffle occurred between the two men.

“I was down and he was on top of me and he was trying to reach my gun,” Min Kim said.

But the video also confirmed Mason was leaving the store when Kim shot him twice in the back with …Read the Rest

Source:: Bearing Arms

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