Thug Pulls Gun When Good Samaritan Doesn’t Give Enough Cash, Gets Brutal Surprise

A thug in Louisiana recently pulled his gun on a good Samaritan who didn’t offer him enough money. Instead of accepting some spare change, this punk got a brutal surprise that he never expected, and rightfully so.

At one time or another, many of us have given money to a panhandler to help them out a little. Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana said that one good Samaritan, who did that very same thing, found himself in a horrific situation when the teen thug, whom he offered money, repaid his act of kindness with violence.

According to local news source WAFB, the shocking incident took place just after 10 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, 2018, at a convenience store on North Acadian Thruway near Winbourne Avenue. Police said that the 25-year-old victim had just finished shopping at the convenience store when he walked outside and was asked for money.

Little did the good Samaritan know that the teen thug who asked him for money was about to become violent. Police said that the victim gave the panhandler some change and was immediately told that it wasn’t enough.

The suspect identified as 18-year-old Ke’Irie Grayer then pulled out a handgun in an attempt to rob the man who had just given him some spare change. It probably never crossed the thug’s mind that the victim could turn the tables on him. Instantly, the victim, who was also armed, pulled his own firearm and opened fire on Grayer, according to witnesses.

That was Grayer’s last night on earth. Police said that the 18-year-old wanna-be robber died a short time later after being shot by the man whom he had just tried to rob at gunpoint. According to The Advocate, Baton Rouge Police Department Sgt. L’Jean McKneely Jr. said that investigators who reviewed the video footage from the incident ruled that it was a justified shooting.

In my opinion, it’s outstanding work from the Baton Rouge Police Department to come right out and say that the would-be victim acted in self-defense. All too often, the person who was forced to defend him or herself is left to the mercy of a politicized district attorney’s office.

The 25-year-old man who shot Grayer was not identified by Baton Rouge Police Department. He definitely didn’t deserve to have a gun pulled on him after giving the teen thug his spare change. It won’t be long before the mainstream media comes out in defense of Grayer with baby pictures and interviews with his family.

I’m more than positive they will try to tell us that Grayer was trying to turn his life around or that he was out trying to make money for college. The simple fact of the matter is that he tried to victimize an innocent person and paid the price. Regardless of how liberals would blame the victim, Grayer’s death rests solely on his own shoulders. Grayer was a violent thug who met a violent end, and that is the bottom line.

Brittany Davis, who identified herself as Grayer’s aunt on Facebook, posted a message after his death. “Please a young boy taken too soon at the age of 18. He was an amazing young man with a heart of gold. This is my nephew no matter who says what. We are all torn apart by this. You will always be loved by everyone. Your smile was contagious. #flyhigh #mynephew.”

Some might say that Grayer received a brutal dose of instant karma for repaying an act of kindness with brutal and possibly fatal violence. Instead of trying to make Grayer look like a good kid who had “a heart of gold” and who was just misunderstood, those who knew Grayer should do the community a solid and use his death as an opportunity to teach younger teens what happens when you choose a life crime.
Once again, the 2nd Amendment pulls its own weight. A 25-year-old innocent man was able to return home to his family because of his decision to be responsible for his own safety. We can’t always control the circumstances we find ourselves in, but we can control the extent to which we can protect ourselves should those circumstances take a turn for the worse.

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