Target Store Suing a Hero Who Saved a Young Girl

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Michael Turner was shopping in Target back in 2013 when a crazed man named Leon Walls ran into the store and stabbed a 16-year-old girl, Allison Meadows. Turner responded like a true hero by grabbing a baseball bat and chasing Walls out of the store. He then proceeded to help Allison as she was bleeding. To this day, Allison thanks Turner for saving her life whenever she gets the chance.

Strangely, and sadly, Target is now suing Turner.

Target is going after the hero for “chasing Walls to the front of the store where he could have endangered more people.”  However, no persons were hurt. The lawsuit against Turner comes after Meadows and her family sued Target for inadequate security measures in keeping the store safe. The decision for Target to unjustly sue Turner over a ludicrous allegation has angered the Meadows family.

“Suing Michael Turner is just Target’s way of trying to blame someone else for what happened under their own roof,” the Meadows family attorney said. “The family certainly doesn’t blame Mr. Turner and they are thankful he was there that day.”

This follows in the wake of Target’s decision to change policy in allowing men to use the women’s restrooms and changing rooms.

A picture of the assailant Leon Walls can be viewed below:

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