An EPIC moment!
The marine that stopped an armed robbery went viral and was interviewed on Fox News.
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Marine Veteran James Kelcer stopped the armed juvenile from robbing a convenience store at the end of his Fox News interview announced ‘’ Epstein didn’t kill himself.’’
Take a look at the moment below:
Fox News guest closes out the interview with “Remember, Epstein didn’t kill himself” pic.twitter.com/dFYUQLB7Ta
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 22, 2021
The Marine who stopped the corner store robbery in the viral video was just on Fox News.
He ended his interview saying "Epstein didn't kill himself" haha. pic.twitter.com/NUkZaow09j
— Kassy Dillon (@KassyDillon) October 22, 2021
If you haven’t seen the video of the armed robbery, watch it below:
Thief tries an armed robbery. The problem? A marine was in line and wasn’t having it. This video is awesome: pic.twitter.com/ifu1qwOvJR
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) October 22, 2021
Fox News reported:
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran who stopped an attempted robbery at an Arizona convenience store this week in a dramatic encounter caught on video told Fox News on Friday how his act of heroism went down.
James Kelcer told “America’s Newsroom” he takes his personal safety, and the safety of others, “very seriously.”
“I turn around to go and leave, kind of walk out and as I’m turning around I hear the door kind of open real aggressively,” Kelcer said about the incident Wednesday. “At that point, the ‘spidey senses’ tingled a little bit.”
Three unidentified people entered the store with one armed frontman leading the way.
“I saw two other guys with no other weapons and decided that’s the guy that I’m going to hit,” Kelcer says.
In one motion, Kelcer grabbed the gun and without hesitation hit the other suspects with a bag of his store purchases, which he said included two Gatorades, two energy drinks and “a snack.”
WATCH: The suspect entered a Chevron station armed and pointed the weapon at a cashier before being disarmed by another customer — a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. https://t.co/rTVRcbATCq
— WFAA (@wfaa) October 23, 2021
There were many lies behind Epstein’s suicide because the camera was malfunctioning the night of his death, and two guards responsible for watching him confessed falsifying jail records concerning Epstein’s death.