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This is Why Every Law-Abiding American Should be Armed — AT ALL TIMES

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A Cricket Wireless staffer was brutally beaten by a thug who stormed into the building — and the entire attack was captured on store surveillance video. The video, which is extremely graphic, is posted below.

The incident happened just after 5 p.m. on June 4 at a Cricket Wireless store in Phoenix.

“She ran next door, they had the cops on the line already because she was screaming. They took her to the hospital,” co-worker Roberto Deleon told Fox 10 .

Deleon said the suspect is believed to be a current Cricket Wireless customer.

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“I couldn’t believe it. I couldn’t finish watching the video, it’s awful what she had to go through, our prayers are with her, and we hope she gets better,” Deleon said. “She’s very scared obviously, we’re trying to do all we can to get this guy caught.”

The suspect, identified as 33-year-old Michael Cook, was booked into Maricopa County Jail on June 8. He faces multiple charges, including robbery, kidnapping, assault and criminal trespassing.

This is why every law-abiding American citizen needs to own a firearm and know how to use it. You never know when some sort of violent animal is going to attack your or your loved ones.

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