Skip to comments.'Guerrilla-style' attack at local grocery store
Posted on 09/29/2012 7:38:58 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
WACO - Three men have been arrested for kidnapping a local grocery store employee and trying to rob the store while armed with military gear and weapons early Friday morning. Police called the crime a "guerrilla-style" attack.
Police said 29-year-old Marco Polo Medina-Gonzalez, 20-year-old Josias Chavez and 24-year-old Julio Cesar Figueroa Medina followed the assistant store manager of the Super Plaza Grocery Store at 1320 N. 25th St. to an intersection near 18th St. and Bosque Blvd. There the suspects crashed into the victim's car, then pulled in front and blocked him.
According to police, two of the suspects ran to the victim, forced their way into the vehicle at gunpoint and drove him back to the store with the remaining suspect following. Police say two of the suspects wore military style clothing and ski-masks.
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We are Mexico.
1. How can illegal aliens go around with impunity committing crimes?
2. Where did they buy the guns?
3. The story says bulletproof vest were found. Were the suspects wearing them, or were they just in the car? This leads to several other questions.
4. WHO trained these guys to do this (yes, training had to be involved -- pretty slick idea)?
5. Why are stupid corporations allowed to prevent managers from being armed to protect themselves and the stores (and everyone knows it)?
This nation is beyond help.