Mike Gutierrez and Adam Weinstein were not about to let their small business go up in flames as race rioters ravaged their neighborhood in the wake of the grand jury decision out of Ferguson, Missouri. With the help of their personal gun stash, the Second Amendment supporters saved their tattoo shop from being looted.
The men, along with nearly 20 others, guarded the Greystone Plaza along West Florissant Ave, near the apartments where Michael Brown was shot. Armed with AR-15s and handguns, the group stood watch along the perimeter of the strip mall’s parking lot.
An estimated 100 cars drove up during the night, though turned away after realizing they were out-gunned by the men. The strip mall had been vandalized during the riots in August, and this time around, the business owners were prepared.
Mike Cross, owner of St. Louis Ink Tattoo studio, said “We are not trigger happy by any means. We all have families, and homes and vehicles and bills. So this place cannot go anywhere.”
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H/T: Gateway Pundit