Anti-Gun Politician is Beat Up in Starbucks After Being Robbed of His iPhone

From Guns ‘n’ Freedom
December 31, 2013 by Jonathan S.
Anti-gun politician is robbed and beat up at starbucks

The 63-year-old anti-gun politician admitted that he was “easy pickins” for the robbers who stole his iPhone from a Starbucks in the Mall of America. Watch video below.

Of course this is after Starbucks asked all gun owners to stop carrying guns in their over-priced coffee shops.   But this incident also makes us wonder if the robbers had any idea that the man they had just robbed wouldn’t dream of using a gun to defend himself.

CBS reported that two teenage girls beat up the former mayor hopeful after a young man stole the phone from off the table.  And since Starbucks customers did nothing to stop the beating of the politician we can only assume that they all got the memo from the CEO.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The runner-up in the Minneapolis mayoral election is recovering after being robbed and brutally beaten Thursday night at the Mall of America. Mark Andrew, 63, was at a Starbucks inside the mall at around 7 p.m. Thursday when a man grabbed his phone off his table and ran off.

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When Andrew went after him, he was tackled by two teenage girls – aged 18 and 17 — one of which began beating him with a billy club. During the attack, they told Andrew, “We’re going to kill you,” police say.

Andrew was left with a large gash on his head that required nine stitches. He has since been released from the hospital. Andrew said Friday that he chased after the thief, because he’s not a bystander by nature.

“If somebody is gonna do that to me or somebody else, I’m not a bystander by nature I’ll go in and fight,” he said.The two women who attacked Andrew were arrested and are in custody. The 18-year-old was identified as Letajia Shapree Cutler-Cain, of Brooklyn Park. She is pictured above and is being held pending felony charges of aiding and abetting aggravated robbery.