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So is what this man did justified? Surely it is in his opinion, or maybe he knows how wrong it is, but sees it as the only option he has left? You know he's bad off, and though criminals can often be good liars, good at manipulating people, I sincerely believe the pain in his voice when he explains why he's doing it.
With times getting harder, things looking a little less sure for a lot of people, do you think you would do this if you were put in the man's situation? Otherwise, with the choice to find money, or let your family go hungry, get kicked from your home, what do you do?
What a dumb shop keeper. He obviously didn't have the balls to shoot him or physically force the money out of him so he should have just not given him anything.
I guess maybe if he's insured then they both just end up robbing the insurance company and the shop keeper has nothing to lose?
First off, I'm gonna say that was Hilarious "Hello sir, Can you do me a Favor? Please empty that Cash Register"
Sometimes robbers do say Please, Not thank you though, I can't say it was right, But he was robbing in the Kindest way Possible.
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At 1/13/12 12:38 PM, MrPercie wrote:
but I would be sympathetic to him than other petty criminals stealing for greed rather than need.
The judge will probably give him even more of a ridiculous sentence just to make an example out of him. Meanwhile, druggy pieces of shit are out robbing and killing to get their fix.
at least he was nice