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Armed robber plans to sue Good Samaritan who took him down

A Good Samaritan who took down an armed robber at a Fresno Starbucks might be sued. Back in July 30-year-old Ryan Flores used a gun to try and rob a Starbucks, when 58-year-old Cregg Jerri stepped in to stop him.

Jerri gave Flores a good whopping with a chair, knocking of his dopey Optimus Prime Transformers mask. Both men were hurt, but now Flores' family says they're planning on suing Jerri for excessive force.

Flores is still in jail and faces a felony attempted robbery charge. His mom, Pamela Chimienti, says she doesn't condone what he did, but says her son shouldn't have been attacked like he was.

In the video you can see Jerri hit Flores with a chair and then they get into a violent fight. Jerri was stabbed in the neck , but he was able to get the knife and stab Flores several times.

Fresno police chief Jerry Dyer called Jerri a hero, but Chimienti says her son is a victim too:

"He has 17 total stab wounds, lacerations, and defensive wounds. The guy, in my opinion, went from a Good Samaritan to a vigilante. Stabbing somebody that many times, it doesn't take that many stab wounds to get somebody to succumb to you."

This woman is an absolute moron, and so is her son.

Chimienti said her son is going to file a lawsuit against Jerri for excessive force. Chief Dyer said:

"To say that Cregg Jerri is going to be sued for intervening in an armed robbery and being stabbed in the neck. That is ludicrous!"

Jerri doesn't face any criminal charges, and he probably has nothing to worry about. We need more people like Cregg Jerri and less people like Ryan Flores and his idiot mother.

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