Hero Customer Who Shot Armed Robber at Houston Taco Joint Ordered to Face Grand Jury by Soros-Funded D.A.Chris Menahan
Jan. 10, 2023
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The hero customer who shot and killed an armed robber at a Houston taco joint last week has been ordered to face a grand jury by District Attorney Kim Ogg, the Soros-funded prosecutor who appears to have let the career criminal he put down out on bond.
From KTRK, "Grand jury will decide fate of 'hero' customer who shot and killed robber at taqueria, HPD says":
A grand jury will decide whether an armed taqueria customer, who shot and killed a robber last week in southwest Houston and is now being hailed a hero, will be criminally charged.Fortunately, our hero hired an attorney to defend himself and exercised his right to remain silent.
His lawyer put out the following statement:
"My client, who wishes to remain anonymous, was dining with a friend at El Ranchito Taqueria and as it has been seen on video, a robbery suspect entered the restaurant, and pointed a weapon at my client and the other customers demanding money. In fear of his life and his friend's life my client acted to protect everyone in the restaurant.The thug he shot was a career criminal who should have been locked up in prison, KTRK reports:
On Monday, the medical examiner identified 30-year-old Eric Eugene Washington as the robbery suspect who was killed.WATCH:
Our hero never would have even been put in this position if Kim Ogg actually locked criminals up rather than kneel before them.
This is a clear-cut case of self-defense but you never know how a jury will rule in the Black Lives Matter era.
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