Convenience store owner Nam Chun of Orange County, Florida,
was fed up with criminals. Chun had been robbed four times and was
determined there would not be a fifth. When an armed and masked man
entered his store shortly after closing time and began beating on
one of Chun's employees, it spurred the store owner into action.
Chun drew his own pistol and shot the culprit three times. The
robber stumbled out the door to the parking lot where he died. Chun
was praised by fellow storeowners and patrons alike. One store
patron said, "I'm glad that it happened, because it will teach other
people not to take other people's money. Let everybody work for a
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