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A newly-released surveillance video shows the moments of a grocery store in Arizona, when a man shot and killed by a customer for the purposes of taking eight others hostage, who later fought back against their attackers.
The incident happened on the 9th of May of 2018, when the 53-year-old Joel McClain Ben was in Phoenix the Circle K store with a gun, strolled up to a customer in the queue at the door, and shot the man in the back of the head.
And he said, ‘well, This is not a game. It’s not a joke. I don’t want to have money, to have a beer… I was ready to die,'” one of the hostages later reported to the police in a recording obtained by KTVK-TV.
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After shooting and killing a 24-year-old Efran Hernandez, the Pirates can be seen in the surveillance video to get an employee to lock the front door before barricading it with a monster truck rally event. Then he ordered the eight men to the back of the store.
The police told ABC15 that the Pirates were trying to shoot down several of the other customers and the staff in the store, but a stolen .22-caliber gun in service. When the gun started to act up, one of the customers in the store, the moisture of the approach of the Pirates, like the others, ran up to him.
That couple had been brutally attacked by a group of youths outside their home in Stockton, California:
The husband and wife were attacked with the waste from a small group of young people and the police are hopeful someone will come forward with the identities of the suspects.
“I put the gun to his stomach and tried to pull the trigger,” the man who fought back is told with the police. “That was my first instinct to get himself out of the situation.”
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After the elimination, the Pirates, and the hostages ran out the door. Authorities then spent the next hour or so negotiating with the Pirates for the SWAT team went in to the store, and shot Carson once, according to ABC15.
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has ruled the officer-involved shooting was justified and that the release of the video on Tuesday.
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Ben was in the hospital for a week, but was later booked into jail on several charges, including first-degree murder, nine counts of abduction, possession of a weapon by a prohibited person, and eight counts of aggravated assault. In an interview with the police after you have been discharged from the hospital on the 16th of May, the Pirates admitted the shooting and said that he wanted the police to kill him,” ABC15 reported.
Carson is still awaiting trial, for more than a year after the incident, according to KTVK.