Yea, from the little info given it sounds like the store owner is at fault. The store owner can't pull a gun just because he saw a gun on the guys belt...Too many details left out, like what was shown in the security cameras. Did he in fact brandish a gun? We don't know. One thing that seems clear to me from both sides, is that the store owner was upset about having to do his job and check the lotto tickets. without all the info, I would say the store owner was the agressor.
Mostafa says the only reason he ever pulled out a gun is because while they were arguing, he unintentionally saw a gun in Brady's waist
yeah, thats what I was thinking, but if it was any of the things you listed I would think it would have been in the story or some action might have been takenSo I am trying to figure out the line about the police having to figure out if he broke the law when he walked into the store with his gun. Unless it is 30.06 or 51% posted I don't see how that would be possible. The only thing I can think of is if his CHL is expired.
This just made me stop caring about his cause. I'm all for standing up for fellow gun owners, but I cannot stand when people use the race card. (Regardless of what race he/she is.)Brady, also an African American, says he feels he was unfairly profiled in the incident.
My head is spinning from all the stupidity. Hang on, let me get this straight...he agrees to leave and then the clerk just pulls a gun on him???"Then he was like "F" you! And I was like, "F" you back! And he was like just get the "F" out of my G, D store! And I was like, I don't have a problem with that and before I knew it he came from behind the counter with a very large handgun," Brady said.
Brady says to defuse the situation, he let Mostafa know he had a licensed gun as well.
Brady says while he made a motion to open his jacket, there was no way Mostafa could've seen the gun.
He says after Mostafa called the police, he decided at first to wait there and give police his version of the story when they arrived.
Instead, Brady says he left because he feared he might be trespassing.