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Burglars Stick Gun in the Face of Store Manager, What She Does Next Leaves Them Shocked.

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The manager of a Louisiana liquor store was able to keep calm, cool, and collected during a burglary event where she found herself in the unenviable position of having the barrel of a gun jammed in her face.

Sahim Hassan was working her shift at the store when around 10 p.m. local time, two suspects came into the store and stuck the gun in her face.

This is what true grit looks like, folks.

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Hassan stood stock still with her hands on her hips and began approaching the armed suspect, who had a bandanna obscuring most of his face.

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“If you’re gonna kill me, I want to see your face,” Hassan told the suspect according to employee Lindsey Ward — who spoke with Blue Lives Matter — and began yanking the suspect’s bandanna off his face.

The armed suspect reportedly then commanded the other suspect to take the cash out of the register.

Hassan, who was still near the armed suspect, turned her back and walked toward the second suspect, shoving him aside while she went behind the counter to grab her own handgun.

“I’ve got something for you,” Hassan said, according to Ward.

Ward grabbed her .45-caliber pistol as the two suspects scrambled to leave the store — empty-handed — but not before the armed suspect fired a round, striking Hassan in the leg.

Not even a bullet could stop Hassan at this point — and she returned fire, striking one of the suspects in the shoulder. She continued firing another three rounds as the suspects reportedly fled on foot.

The two suspects were apprehended by police later on, though police and local authorities would not divulge any further information due to the fact the investigation was still ongoing.

The incident was captured on security cameras installed in the store.

You can guarantee those two will never step foot in that store again, and thanks in large part to the coverage the story is receiving, it’s highly unlikely that any other would-be robbers will either.

This is precisely why we have the Second Amendment. It allows folks to defend themselves against thugs who want to take what someone else has worked hard to earn. It also sends a message to others, discouraging them from wanting to participate in crime where it could cost them their lives.

Here’s to a quick and speedy recovery for Hassan.

Source: TheBlaze

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Dozens Of Cops Quit The Force As Seattle Council ‘Defunds Police’

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