010 Concealed Wisconsin – Interview with Nazir Al-Mujaahid on Stopping Aldi’s Robbery

by Andy on February 9, 2012

Welcome to Concealed Wisconsin!  A podcast about Guns, Wisconsin, and YOU!  In today’s show, I’m talking with the legally armed citizen who thwarted the armed robbery at the Aldi’s Grocery store in Milwaukee back on January 30th.

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Length: 61 min.

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See the related blog on this episode of Concealed Wisconsin: First Concealed Carry Self Defense Case for Wisconsin

On January 30, 2012, Nazir Al-Mujaahid entered the Aldi’s grocery story to get some items for dinner.  While inside, he faced the barrel of a sawed off shot gun in an armed robbery.  Protecting himself, his wife and other customers led to events that ended the robbery and have drawn attention to why Concealed Carry is so important in our society.

Nazir wasn’t looking for the spot light, but has chosen to use his experiences to Advocate Concealed Carry to others who want to protect themselves and their family criminals like the ones who robbed Aldi’s.

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