Don't Jack a Bike near an Armed Person: Ya might find Yourself in a Pool of Your Own Blood; How quickly Life can pass You bySubmitted by AnCapMercenary on Mon, 10/14/2013 - 03:37
Just Two Shots between a Man, His Life, and a Very Grave Stupid Violate Decision He's made:
In case YouTube pulls the video down, check out the above vid.
Honda CB600 rider bikejacked at gunpoint - Reupload.
Published on Oct 13, 2013
Caution: Video contains images of someone having their ass handed to them. With bullets.
Helmet cam footage of a motorcyclist attacked by gun-wielding thieves. A lucky intervention by a passing police officer prevents the theft succeeding, although one of the perpetrators escapes. According to the original uploader, the one shot by the police officer was injured, but not killed.
** The incident did not occur in America, but obviously, happens all the time here, too.
What's notable is that this is what happens when you don't have right of self-defense; your life literally is always at the mercy of the criminals and the State's 'assistance' (unlike this incident, most of the times, they're not around when you 'need' it, even for those who do believe in State-actors to 'enforce').
Let this be a lesson to all would be aggressors.
Though if you look close, only one of two jackers was visibly armed, and if the rider himself was trained and carrying, the thug fumbling to slip his gun back into his junk, should be plenty of time to respond in kind.
Why criminals never learned to invest in a good holster, throughout history, has always been a point of bewilderment; it's like, not even a minimalist, like this one, one that just covers the trigger guard for an 'appendix carry'?
Thank god, most criminals tend to be short-sighted. LOL.
Be that as it may, while it's never good to 'celebrate' violence, or one's misfortune, however they may have invited it on themselves: Karma, biitch.
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