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  • Catlyn
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    Anybody who would go in there and mess with THAT guy anyway has to be an idiot. Look at that guy. You can tell he can take care of himself.

    That is so funny....making him clean up his own blood. They need to throw him under the jail and throw away the key.

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  • NC Scroller
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    We NC Folks can take care of our selves. Thanks for the story.

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  • stephenD
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    Makes you feel good to see the bad guy get it so well. Good shot.

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  • marshall
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    Like this the bad guy went down ..................

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  • Don't Mess w/ Texas . . . . better make that North Carolina!

    Caught On Tape: Clerk Punches, Knocks Out Armed Robber - Greenville News Story - WYFF Greenville

    Worth the read!

    Go North Carolina!!

    John

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