Police Break Up Dispute Between Two Veterans
Police arrived in the nick of time when a dispute between two U.S. veterans escalated to one being held at gunpoint, and it all started over a bumper sticker. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
A dramatic video has just been released by police in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Cops broke up a dangerous dispute between two veterans. They say they found one man holding another at gun point.
In the video, police are heard screaming “Drop the gun! Drop the gun now!”
43-year-old Chris Williams put his hands in the air and the officers separate the men.
Police say the argument started over, of all things, an anti-Obama bumper sticker that was on Williams' truck.
One man can be heard in the video asking, "Why would a vet, or an American citizen want to put that stuff on their truck?"
The argument escalated quickly and when the police arrived they found one man on his knees, and Williams allegedly holding a gun to the back of the man's head. Police arrived just in time, possibly saving that veteran's life.
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