Sunday, June 11, 2006

They Left Him Alive; He's Ungrateful

A man who was beaten by employees of a store he was trying to rob is now suing.
Police say Dana Buckman entered the
AutoZone in Rochester, New York, last July, brandished a semi-automatic pistol and demanded cash.

That's when employees Eli Crespo and Jerry Vega beat him with a pipe and held Buckman at bay with his own gun.

Buckman escaped when they retreated into the store to call 911, but he was arrested a week later. He pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery and was sentenced to 18 years in prison as a repeat violent felon.

Now Buckman is suing the auto parts store and the two employees who beat him, claiming they committed assault and battery and intentionally inflicted emotional distress.

In Wisconsin, Screechin'Shirley, the Queen of Hearts, would award this perp a lot of damages.

1 comment:

James Wigderson said...

Why should we have concealed carry? To prevent lawsuits later.