Friday, December 20, 2013

Bus Rider Knocks Out Robber!

The gunman, who police identified as 19-year-old Trevonnte Brown, had robbed two people aboard the bus before pointing the gun at this passenger’s face.
In a split second, the robber is disarmed.

Warning to all those wanna be heroes, do not try this stuff at home. Your life is more important than a piece of equipment or money. What these people did was bold and dangerous at best. Thankfully no one was hurt when this happened. But again people, don't lose your life trying to act like you're "SUPERMAN!"

A 19-year old man who just recently graduated high school was on a Seattle bus when we was trying to jack the passengers of their stuff.

One man, Chris Biggs decide to take an advantage of the young robber's arming position. The robber pointed his gun at Biggs and then the adrenaline rush got in him. He managed to wrestle out the gun out of the robber's hand and the remaining bus passengers were able to tackle him and disarm him.

Prosecutors believe 19-year-old Trevonnte Brown was wearing a ski mask when he boarded the bus Monday night near the intersection of 3rd and Pike in downtown Seattle. As the bus neared West Seattle, Brown allegedly held up three passengers at gunpoint, robbing them of their cell phones, before the third victim - and several other passengers - tackled him and held him down, authorities said.

Brown, a recent graduate of Franklin High School with no criminal history, waived his first appearance in court Tuesday afternoon. His mother sobbed as prosecutors called the South Seattle teenager an "extreme danger."

"That's not my son. That's not my son," said Brown's mother, Trina Clay, after the brief court hearing. "He's never done anything like this. This is not within his character. He wasn't raised like this."

Clay said Brown had recently broken up with a girlfriend and was looking for a new job, but that was no excuse for what he's accused of doing. She apologized to the passengers on board the bus.

"I don't know what happened. I just don't know what's been going on. I tried to talk to him. And he just says he's fine, he's fine," she said, sobbing. "I know that's not him. Something was wrong with my son. I know they're going to try to railroad him (because of what) everything everybody else is doing on King County buses right now."

Surveillance video shows the moments after the bus parked in the 6000 block of California Avenue Monday night, and passengers rushed toward a nearby protected walkway.

"I just heard a lot of noises, high-pitched voices, and assumed it was a ruckus," said Kelli Henderson, whose business, ZippyDogs, captured the moment on tape. "Both the doors on the bus opened up and people were running off, and a lot of people went over here to kind of seek shelter and refuge over here."

Across the street, salon owner Christina Darragh said she saw Brown trying to kick his way out of a police car once he'd been handcuffed.

"At that point it's really loud because he just kept slamming his legs up against the side door, and eventually he pushed right through - broke right through the window," she said.
Teen arrested in armed robbery has no criminal record.
Darragh said she was grateful for the people who stepped in to tackle the gunman on board the bus.

"(One man) was the one who actually put his finger into the trigger - in back of this guy's trigger finger and he stopped that and all three of the guys went and took the guy down," she said. "I'm really impressed. That's the way West Seattle is, to be honest with you."

Not far from where the bus ended up, Brown's cousin, Anthony Clay Jr., was stunned by the news of his relative's arrest.

"He's such a good kid. It's not him. It's not him at all," Clay said. "Our family is a structured family based off of respect. He knows right from wrong. There has to be somebody behind it that's telling him to do it."

Brown could face more than 15 years in prison if convicted on the three robbery counts he's facing.

"I don't want him to go to prison. He's not ready for jail. He's not ready for prison," his mother added. "That's not my son."

Chris Biggs, who was one of two people robbed before the wild brawl, said he didn’t hesitate to join other Good Samaritans in helping to bring the suspect down.
The rush got to him. He nailed the suspect.
Anyways, since the racist right is on this kick about Black on White crime. Let's examine the scenario of this situation. The public transportation system King Metro covers the metro Seattle/Bellevue area.

Obviously, you'll hear about Trayvon Martin or President Barack Obama in their statements. It's obviously the uniqueness of how the racist right reacts. See they go bananas when they are called racist. They believe that they're not racist. They're patriots fighting against the leeches, parasites and followers of Obama.

The people on the bus were all individuals who were "crime of opportunity".

So many racist White extremists always assume that these criminals are "racist" because they rob or injure White people. The teen wanted fast cash and the bragging rights of not being caught.

I mean he has to be one of the most stupidest criminals in history.

But that's the only criticism I have for the kid.

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