One robber stood in the background, a blue handkerchief over
his face. The other crowded the counter, pointing his pistol in El
Bandito Taco Shell owner Leo Nunez's face. The Albuquerque, New
Mexico, restaurant owner knew it was him or the crook. "It was real
fast. It was my life or his," Nunez said. He took his chances.
Pulling a .380 from the register, he shot his assailant twice. The
suspect returned two errant shots then ran from the business.
Terrified, the other would-be bandit froze at Nunez's command and
waited for police to arrest him. The injured suspect was later
apprehended at his house after a lengthy standoff with the city SWAT
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