WI had their first CCW shooting


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Mar 14, 2011
Summerville, SC
Video here: http://www.jsonline.com/multimedia/...IT6qax7DY_kjdAMdXZHYCM8zP&bctid=1431827729001
Article here: http://www.wisn.com/r/30374159/detail.html
And for those whom the link does not work:
MILWAUKEE -- A Milwaukee man will not face any charges after shooting a robbery suspect at a Milwaukee grocery store.
On Friday, the Milwaukee County district attorney praised his actions.
Nazir Al-Mujaahid first told 12 News that when he saw a man holding up a sawed off shotgun threatening a cashier in Aldi's on Monday, he knew it was time to use his concealed carry training.
"There was a gentleman behind him. I nodded him to get out of the way. Thank God he saw and got out of the way, and that's when I had to fire at the gentleman," Al-Mujaahid said.
He fired six or seven times and is made it clear Friday that he stands by his actions.
"The guy dropped the shotgun, dropped the bag of money, and people were safe. That's the most important thing, and I'm not suffering any consequences for practice my constitutional right," Al-Mujaahid said.
The district attorney is not releasing the surveillance video.
"The surveillance video showed he acted reasonably and in a controlled manner," Chisholm said. "He disrupted an act that potentially exposed himself and others to death or great bodily harm. And under the unique facts and circumstances of this case, it would not be appropriate to charge him with any potential crimes or ordinance violations."
Chisholm said the shooter was courageous, and put himself in danger to protect others, therefore he won't be charged.
As for Al-Mujaahid, he had never been to that Aldi's before, didn't plan on going in and didn't see the No Weapons sign, but now he's the first conceal carry permit holder in Wisconsin to use a weapon for protection.
"It doesn't matter if I was the first person or the 100th person, the thing is that I was alive, and people were safe in the situation," Al-Mujaahid said.
He said he now hopes to teach others the importance of conceal carry training and education.
Al-Mujaahid has set up a website, www.ccwadvocates.com , to share his story.
The suspected armed robber and the getaway driver were both charged Friday.


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Aug 8, 2010
Clemson, SC
This really points out the utter stupidity of their "gun free zone". I wonder if the store will leave up its No Weapons Sign. When will it ever sink in?