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  • Convicted thief suing the store he robbed

    http://www.nbcactionnews.com/content...JxV2bwO5Q.cspx


    CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A man serving an eight-to-22 year sentence for robbing a Michigan convenience store is now suing that store for shooting him.

    In 2007, Scott Thomas Zeilinski came into Nick’s Short Stop Party Store in Clinton Township wearing a mask. He carried a knife which he put to the throats of several employees and threatened to kill them before making off with cash and cigarettes.

    As Zeilinski was leaving, reportedly still making threats, one of the store’s clerks grabbed a gun and shot him in the arm and back.

    Zeilinski's lawyer says his client is asking in excess of $125,000 for pain and suffering and emotional distress. Zelinski says the incident "ruined his life" and believes the store is responsible.
    The employees who had a knife to thier throats should counter-sue for twice the amount. What a tool!!!!!

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    Originally posted by biw371 View Post
    http://www.nbcactionnews.com/content...JxV2bwO5Q.cspx




    The employees who had a knife to thier throats should counter-sue for twice the amount. What a tool!!!!!
    It doesn't **** me off that he is suing, what ****es me off is a scumbag lawyer is actually taking his case.

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      What a piece of crap!! You pick which one is worse....
      Quote of the week: "I was going how fast? And that's a school zone?"

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      • #4
        The employees can sue him and get a court-ordered lien on the proceeds of the lawsuit.
        Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. -- Aldous Huxley
        Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. -- Albert Einstein

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