Armed Guards at Strip Mall Save North St. Louis Businesses From Looters
18-year-old Michael Brown was killed by police officers in an encounter that still isn’t entirely clear — and the fine, upstanding members of his community reacted by looting and setting fire to businesses. Two businesses were spared, though, probably thanks to the armed guards positioned in front of the building.
Last night several businesses in Ferguson, Dellwood and North County were looted and torched following the death of 18 year-old Michael Brown.
A QuickTrip was burnt to the ground last night after it was looted in Ferguson.
Several businesses were vandalized and looted during the rioting.
The St. Louis Tattoo Studio and County Guns businesses share a storefront in a Florissant strip mall less than ten minute drive from the epicenter of last night’s riots in Ferguson.
Their stores were not looted.
Apparently the little punks who decided to torch businesses and steal from innocent people aren’t so tough when there are a few AR-15s staring them in the face. Meanwhile, the anti-gun activists are probably cursing these business owners for defending themselves and not letting their businesses burn to the ground.
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