Armed Thief Tries To Rob Family at Burger King And DAD SHOOTS HIM!


After Travis Harris robbed a young woman at gunpoint, he decided to continue his crime spree at a Miami Burger King. After Harris walked in, he thought he had found some easy victims. He pulled his gun on a father eating having a quiet lunch with his family and demanded their valuables. That’s the terrifying situation that every father fears. Not only is his life in jeopardy, but he could lose his entire family in an instant.

However, there was one thing Travis Harris didn’t count on: That father TURNED OUT TO BE ARMED.

After Harris robbed the family, the father SHOT Harris in the leg.

Harris and his getaway driver, Ramon Smalls, then fled the scene. Fortunately, a good Samaritan trailed the two of them and called the police, who caught the crooks.

So, the story had a happy ending…but only because Wayne LaPierre turned out to be right when he said,

Wayne LaPierre

“The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.”

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