Inkster man faces trial in Walmart kn...

Inkster man faces trial in Walmart knifing

There are 2 comments on the Observer & Eccentric story from Feb 17, 2013, titled Inkster man faces trial in Walmart knifing. In it, Observer & Eccentric reports that:

An Inkster man accused of cutting a police officer during a robbery at knifepoint inside a Canton retail store is facing trial March 13 in Wayne County Circuit Court.

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Kesha

United States

#1 Feb 19, 2013
Smh. What is our world coming to
Shocked

Kansas City, MO

#2 Feb 22, 2013
Yes, this is so amazing and unusual. Maybe it was a simple misunderstanding. Perhaps the man just forgot to pay for the 42" TV because he was so anxious to get it home. You know how men are about TVs. Then this Novi officer jumped into the picture and the poor man probably thought he was being waylaid by a stranger. Everybody has a right to defend themselves. Even Boy Scouts carry knives. Suddenly it becomes a big deal with all these charges.

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