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Old 05-29-2013, 05:06 PM   #1
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Default Hack attorney claims store clerk shouldn’t have defended his life with gun

Another POS lawyer that needs to be in another profession. If I was the store clerk, sue the widow of the robber and fire the attorney and hire a different one!

http://www.gunssavelife.com/?p=7727&utm_source=feedly

Simply unbelievable. This attorney must have hailed from one of the most liberal law schools on the east coast.

The attorney, a former prosecutor, claims the store clerk who faced the armed robbers should have ran from the store or called police instead of using a gun to defend his life and that of other innocents present. This lawyer (are you listening Amavalise Jaramillo, you pathetic hack?) should be disbarred.

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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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Old 05-29-2013, 05:09 PM   #2
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Lawyers are not the cause of this crap. They wouldn't be offering up kak unless judges and/or the public were willing to eat it.

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**** you Amavalise, you piece of ****. Bastard deserved to die. The wife of the dead scumbag is just as bad as her evil husband. Now she wants to make money off the demon's death. Beotch! Even in socialist Germany we can shoot armed intruders. But this is not Germany, this is New Mexico! Maybe we can find email address and mailing address to bug the hell out of the lawyer. Matthew needs a lot of support. Does anybody on this forum live in this area? Petition and protest. I would if I lived in this area. Now I am pissed! What the hell is happening to our great nation! I man has a god given right to protect himself, family and property. It is in the New Testament!

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The robber could have done something different too. Like, oh, I don't know... Not commit crime?

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This is going to be interesting...

Did I read correctly that the clerk was able to watch the two men preparing for the robbery?

I'm not defending the dead A-Hole or his wife but does NM have "Stand your Ground"... or "Castle Doctrine?"

...just saying... if not, and he had opportunity to flee due to early warning from surveillance... then this SH!T BAG attorney just might win.

Hopefully not... Gunning down armed robbers should not only be tolerated... but encourage... when you consider all the future robberies and potential harm this clerk saved the world from enduring.

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This is going to be interesting...

Did I read correctly that the clerk was able to watch the two men preparing for the robbery?


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Yeah, you read that right... In the opinion of the scum sucking bastard who is saying the defendant could have chosen a different course of action (as if the sorry ass no good criminal has no choice at all)
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This is going to be interesting...

Did I read correctly that the clerk was able to watch the two men preparing for the robbery?

I'm not defending the dead A-Hole or his wife but does NM have "Stand your Ground"... or "Castle Doctrine?"

...just saying... if not, and he had opportunity to flee due to early warning from surveillance... then this SH!T BAG attorney just might win.

Hopefully not... Gunning down armed robbers should not only be tolerated... but encourage... when you consider all the future robberies and potential harm this clerk saved the world from enduring.

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Sedillo's attorney, Amavalise Jaramillo (Ambulance Chaser type or worst, needs his license pulled)

Read some of the comments!

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New Mexico castle doctrine in general, but may rely on case law instead of specific legislation, may enforce a duty to retreat, and may impose specific restrictions on the use of deadly force.

Comment from KRQE:

New Mexico does not have a law based on the castle doctrine, per se. However, the state’s self-defense statute does not require victims to retreat when they or their property come under attack. The law, which has been on the books since 1907, is somewhat vague. Courts have held in past rulings that deadly force must be merited; in other words, a landowner cannot justifiably shoot someone merely for trespassing on his property.
Article from KRQE, dated 17 May 2013:

BS - Armed Robbery and your life is not endangered - Sedillo's attorney is a complete idiot!

http://www.krqe.com/dpp/news/crime/dead-robbers-widow-sues-shop-clerk

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ALBUQUERQUE (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.

“He had no basis to believe that his life was in danger," Jaramillo said. "Most robberies end with an attempt to get money. They really don’t kill the clerks."

The clerk's attorney, Tom Briones, said he's seen the surveillance video, too. Briones claims there was no time to call police.

“Mr. Sedillo pulled out a gun and pointed it right at him," Briones said. "That prompted Mr. Beasley to pull his gun and fire his weapon.

“I think it’s a citizen's right to defend their lives. I think that's what Mr. Beasley did.”

The suit also claims the clerk's boss should pay too because he shouldn't have had Beasley working, knowing he had a gun. It also claims the boss knew "Beasley had a dangerous propensity to improperly use a firearm."

The lawsuit is also going after the Albuquerque Police Department. The widow claims officers held her against her will for four hours for questioning and even telling her to call her husband.

All the while she says the officers knew her husband was dead.

The city of Albuquerque said it does not comment on pending litigation.
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so basically If I go thru all the trouble of being responsible and getting a ccw permit, buy a gun, train on how to use it,then when the time comes to defend myself........I am guilty of a pre-meditated murder???

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I do not know if NM has a law like the one in AZ that disallows civil suits for persons injured or killed in the commission of a crime. It would be great if they do.

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It is based on your state laws.

This is a lawsuit - all for money!

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