Target Employees Assault Two Maskless Homeless Brothers


Should people unwisely want to rob a store, they need to obtain a specialized mask. They do not want to get a mask that has an artificial intelligence rendering of the bottom half of their face. They should skip the Darth Vader ones. No, they need something that stands out from the crowd of mask wearers and go for the black, over-the-head I-am- going-too-rob -you-mask — deluxe version.

After all, almost everyone has worn a mask to protect others from catching the dreaded coronavirus. The exceptions appear to be Trump followers who show up with their long guns in hand and their shining faces boldly exposed to the elements and to the disease that has killed 81,491 Americans thus far.

Two homeless brothers entered a local store in Van Nuys, CA with no mask, according to The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) website. People came up to them and confronted them over the threat they presented. The homeless brothers refused, so a security guard accompanied the brothers out of the store.


All of a sudden, one of the men punched the guard. The suspect and the guard fell to the floor. The employee suffered a broken arm. and was taken by ambulance to a nearby medical center. At that point, the employees took on the two suspects.

Police arrested the brawling suspects. Phillip Hamilton, 31, and Paul Hamilton, 29, and booked them on felony battery charges. Bond was set at $50,000.

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