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Old 05-30-2013, 02:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Dead robber’s widow sues shop clerk

Albuquerque, NM (KRQE) - The wife of an armed robbery suspect shot dead by a shop clerk said the clerk was wrong, and now she has filed a civil lawsuit claiming wrongful death.

The lawsuit was filed Tuesday on behalf of the Ramon Sedillo’s widow and child. Sedillo was shot and killed in October 2012 after police say he walked into Full Spectrum Smoke Shop armed with a gun and intending to rob the store.

Instead, the store clerk, Matthew Beasley, fired his gun at Sedillo killing him and injuring his 17-year-old alleged accomplice.Sedillo’s widow is now suing the store clerk saying he was in the wrong.

Sedillo’s attorney, Amavalise Jaramillo, the attorney for Sedillo’s widow, said it all comes down to who had more fault in the case.

While Jaramillo acknowledges the suspect’s role in what happened, he said Beasley shares more blame.

“He does bear some fault, but it’s like a pie. You divide out the fault accordingly, and Mr. Beasley could have done something different,” Jaramillo said.

The suit alleges surveillance video shows Beasley watching Sedillo and his accomplice getting ready to commit the crime. Jaramillo claims the clerk should have then called police or left the store instead of shooting Sedillo.

The lawsuit states the clerk decided to “ambush” the thieves.
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This crap is why every state should have laws to prevent lawsuits in a justified shooting and from anyone being able to sue for any damages resulting from their party's comission of a crime.
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Q. What is the ideal weight of a lawyer?

A. About three pounds, including the urn.

What a POS!
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Let loose the Vampires!!! Bloodsucking bastards...
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This is why Arizona has a constitutional amendment that reads as follows;
Originally Posted by Arizona State Constitution
31. Damages for death or personal injuries
Section 31. No law shall be enacted in this state limiting the amount of damages to be recovered for causing the death or injury of any person, except that a crime victim is not subject to a claim for damages by a person who is harmed while the person is attempting to engage in, engaging in or fleeing after having engaged in or attempted to engage in conduct that is classified as a felony offense.
This states the criminal, but I think a good lawyer could easily prove that it applies to criminal families as well.
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Florida has laws like that and the other perp is responsible for the injuries of all people at the scene.
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my husband tried to rob a smoke shop, now he is dead. well, i should sue the shop owner because i dont have a job and need money.......
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The owner smoked him.
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