Man Remains Remarkably Calm During Armed Robbery At Jimmy Johns In Kansas City

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Apr. 28, 2017

Viral video out of Kansas City, Missouri shows a thug robbing a man working at Jimmy Johns who managed to remain remarkably calm with a gun pointing at his face.

From FOX 4 KC:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police released clear surveillance video of a armed robbery at the Jimmy Johns located at 3900 Broadway Blvd.

The robbery happened just after 9:00 p.m., Wednesday. The man wearing a light blue hooded sweatshirt entered the restaurant, placed an order, then pulled a gun instead of a wallet out of his pocket and pointed it at the cashier.

As you can see in the video, something the employees did or said made the man angry and he pointed the gun at the cashier’s head and yelled at someone else behind the counter. The cashier handed over the money and then tried to give the robber the whole cash register tray, but he pushed it back.
WATCH:



Clearly the man was sick of this sh*t. Kansas City is turning into a Third World hellhole and this is probably not the first time he was robbed.

The thug was angry the man just stood in place without following his orders.

You can see the thug clearly says "open the cash register."

"Open it f**king now," he screams. "Open it!"

It's worth noting the gun probably wouldn't have fired as the dumb-ass jammed the slide.

Incidentally, earlier this month two women in Kansas City were attacked by another thug with a hammer and it barely even made the news.



UPDATE: Police identified the suspect as 54-year-old Terry K. Rayford.

He was on parole at the time of the robbery due to "numerous felony convictions for first-degree armed robbery," KCTV5 reports.

Police found two guns on him, both illegal for him to possess, and he told them "he had stolen both of the handguns from his source of supply for crack cocaine, to whom he owed money."

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