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Posted: 4/21/2016 4:10:11 PM EDT
Family sues 7-Eleven after Chicago man struck and killed during altercation
Posted 9:19 PM, April 20, 2016
***WARNING: This video contains graphic images ***
CHICAGO -- A popular bartender was killed after reportedly getting
into an altercation outside a 7-Eleven earlier this year, and then,
incredibly, robbed and run over.
Initially his family sued the cab driver but now they’re suing
7-Eleven saying the company and its employees are culpable for his
On February 7, 32-year-old Marques Gaines was punched, robbed, and run over by a cab outside the 7-Eleven on North State Street.
Moments before Gaines was in the street, he was inside making a
purchase. At the same time, a man walked in and was escorted out by a
7-Eleven security guard.
Security footage shows that after exiting the store, Gaines appeared
to get into a confrontation with the man. Gaines was hit and fell to the
As Gaines lay unconscious, someone took items from his pocket.
The 7-Eleven guard called 911.
At that point, a cab turned onto the street and hit Gaines, pinning him underneath
SC guard has not duty or responsibility to defend or protect anyone. Supreme Court ruled this about police officers should apply to SC guards. No case.
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