Drunk “Hero” Waves Gun at McDonald’s Cashier

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Here’s another case in point that “heroes” can’t be trusted with firearms:


Deputy U.S. Marshal Charles Brown got impatient waiting in line at a McDonalds and pulled out his gun, first pointing it at the cashier, then at customers in the line behind him who had voiced supported for the cashier. Brown paid for his food and left the restaurant.

Not long after, Brown was caught a few blocks away by NYPD officers with his loaded service pistol in his waistband and arrested on “a slew of charges, including menacing, harassment and violating firearm license regulations.”


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  1. “Another patron, Margaret Johnson, said she suspected that the munchie-motivated man simply “snapped.”

    “[U.S. Marshals] are under a lot of pressure,” the 74-year-old said. “They’re under a lot of stress. They risk their lives every day.”

    Unless these boot-licking drones become a derided minority, we’re screwed.


  2. Dammit, important people are entitled to be served first. No telling that this guy might have been delayed in keeping all of us safe from terrorists, or maybe protecting us from crazy people waving guns around in public. I think it is just one of the territorial disputes with the NY cops being envious of the Fed’s overwhelming, helpful, presence. Local LEOs always resented the skill with which the FBI would grab all the headlines, for instance. Nothing to see here, obviously just a case of sour grapes, just keep moving.

  3. Charlie Brown, he’s a clown that Charlie. He’s gonna get caught, just you wait and see. “Why is everybody always pickin on me?”


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