The family of the shot robber believes that people should stop protecting themselves and should allow themselves to be robbed
An unsuccessful attempt to rob the Dollar General in Dayton, Florida, resulted in the death of a robber. After that, his relatives said they were also ready to commit lynching.
On Wednesday afternoon, the 23-year-old Roosevelt Rappley entered the store, brandishing a pistol and threatening to fire if they didn't give him the money.
Instead of money, the robber got a bullet in the chest. After taking a few steps, Rappley fell dead. Arriving at the scene, police officers and forensic experts noted the death of the attacker.
But that was only the beginning. After a while, to the “Dollar General”, two relatives of the deceased robber arrived. In their interview with the local news channel, they said that he did not deserve to die for his crime.
It is worth recalling that the clerk who killed Roosevelt Rappley had the right to carrying a concealed weapon and fired for self-defense, thereby eliminating the danger. But this is “not an argument” for the attacker's family.
In their opinion “You shouldn’t have took matters in your own hands and brought a gun to work for safety,” Rappley’s sister, Rashell, told.
“Yes, he’s robbing y’all. Oh well. Call the police. That’s what you’re supposed to do. You’re not supposed to take matters into your own hands,” Rashell added. “If that’s the case, I’ll take matters into my own hands.”
Armed robber pulls out gun on store clerk.— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) October 13, 2019
Clerk shoots robber in self defense.
Now the family of the *robber* is angry that the clerk shot the criminal, saying the clerk “shouldn’t of had a gun”
Even the anchor is stunned by this level of stupidity... pic.twitter.com/rfwahrzmHb