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Despite the continued narrative of a racially divided country by those on the left or perhaps because of it, Atlanta resident Hashim Fanin turned the tables on a “would be” carjacker. The drama began when Fanin who just happens to be black pulled into a parking spot and was about to get out when Edgar Horn, 61, (who is white), slid into his passenger seat and allegedly said, “You know what this is.”

Obviously Horn didn’t realize what was about to go down, as Fannin quickly pulled out a registered small handgun and ordered the hapless carjacker out of his car, holding him for the police.

A cell phone video showed Fannin waving police over, then calmly dropping his weapon. One officer even extends a hand in gratitude before tending to the hapless criminal.

“Honestly, I look at it like this. That is one less guy I got to worry about bothering my mom when she’s out grocery shopping,” Fannin told ABC affiliate WSB. Fannin continued; “He told me, ‘You know what this is?’” That is when Fannin says he pulled his gun out. “I asked him to get out the car, probably not in those exact words,” Fannin said.

“I told him no, there’s no leaving, leaving was before you hopped into my car ... at this point there is not leaving,” Fannin said. The car owner kept the suspect, Horn, at gunpoint face down in the parking lot for several minutes until police arrived.

h/t: Live Leak



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