You may remember the two “yoots” that attempted to rob an internet cafe just to end up as target practice by a Senior with a CWP? One of them, David Dawkins, has been sentenced to four years in prison and four years of probation as published in

But you know, he didn’t mean to rob the place!

He apologized to his family and friends, and told the court he didn’t mean to rob the place.

Dawkins said he and Henderson were driving by the building one day when he mentioned a dislike for some of the people who worked there and made a joke about wanting to rob them. He said that about two weeks later, Henderson asked him if he wanted to rob the business and was asking him questions about the café because he used to work there. Dawkins said he agreed to do it, and the plan was for him to carry a bat while Henderson would be armed with a gun.

By the way, Gentleman Shooter (or evil CWP killer according to Gun Control Idiots) Samuel Williams did score in his endeavor:

The night they went to rob the cafe, a patron shot Dawkins in the arm and chest as he and Henderson, who was also shot, ran outside.

Dawkins said doctors told him if the bullet to his chest had been closer to one of his main arteries, he could have died.

So at least he connected the dots three times. Not bad shooting with a compact gun at two moving targets.

All in all, this young idiot was a very lucky individual. Let’s hope he realizes it.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

3 thoughts on ““He didn’t mean to rob the place.””
  1. So I guess that Internet Cafe was NOT a “GUN FREE ZONE”?
    Lucky for the patrons….

  2. “They” never learn….just more job security for Law Enforcement / Corrections…. 🙂

  3. The moment he entered the internet cafe with a baseball bat, he intended to rob the place.

    Every moment before then was a chance to turn back that he didn’t take. There’s one school of thought which states that Rob Leifeld is now a better artist than him.

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