Video Shows Passenger Fight Back Against Armed Robber On Seattle BusChris | InformationLiberation
Dec. 19, 2013
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19-year-old Trevonnte Brown brought a gun onto a Seattle bus and went passenger by passenger robbing people of their smart phones -- that is until he came across one man who boldly fought back. The passenger is seen grabbing his hand with the gun in it, then he puts his phone in his pocket and swings at the assailant, with the help of other passengers they manage to take him down and disarm him, police later arrived and arrested him.
Since Trevonnte's arrest, he has been implicated in another robbing spree of the same kind.
This is another great example of people protecting themselves because police are no where to be seen. It's a shame no one had a concealed carry, it's rather remarkable he could just go passenger by passenger casually robbing people, but such is the world prohibition has created. If Trevonnte was a bit smarter he could have become a government worker and done the same entirely legally (and it would be a crime to fight back).