Aldi Customer Who Shot Robbery Suspect Sues to get Gun Back

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WI: Aldi Customer Who Shot Robbery Suspect Sues to get Gun Back
WI: Aldi Customer Who Shot Robbery Suspect Sues to get Gun Back
WI: Aldi Customer Who Shot Robbery Suspect Sues to get Gun Back
WI: Aldi Customer Who Shot Robbery Suspect Sues to get Gun Back

Nazir Al-Mujaahid certainly sticks to his guns.

For the fourth time, Al-Mujaahid has gone to court to regain possession of a firearm held by the police, in this case, the 9mm handgun he used to foil a robbery attempt at a Milwaukee grocery store in January. Al-Mujaahid shot and wounded a man who was waving a gun at cashiers and customers

It was the first instance of someone with Wisconsin’s new permit to carry a concealed weapon using his gun to defend himself or others during a crime, and prosecutors cleared Al-Mujaahid, 35, of any wrongdoing.

But they still have his gun, which is being held as evidence in the case of the two men charged with trying to rob the Aldi store where one of them encountered Al-Mujaahid.

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