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Target Suing Man Who Saved Teen Girl from Stabbing in Its Store

Target store

Target seems to be on a self-destruct path, what with its bathrooms for anyone, regardless of sex, and now we see it wants its customers to be victims, rather than to defend themselves. Target is losing market share and the value of its stock has been plummeting, by as much as six billion dollars. The management of Target is hellbent on its transgender, globalist mission, and has turned many people away from shopping at their stores and from owning its stock. Its idiotic behavior is destroying it, but that is the course of the globalist mindset. I don’t feel the least bit sorry for it, for it has chosen its depraved path, and now must suffer the consequences. – Shorty Dawkins, Associate Editor

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by Warner Todd Huston

In 2013, everyone agreed that Michael Turner saved the life of a teenaged girl who was attacked in a Pennsylvania Target store. Now, Target is suing him.

When she was sixteen, Allison Meadows was shopping in an East Liberty, Pennsylvania, Target store when Leon Walls rushed into the outlet and stabbed her.

With the assistance of surveillance video, Walls was convicted of attempted homicide for his attack on the girl.

The only reason the girl did not suffer more injuries is because Michael Turner interceded and, along with several other men, confronted Walls. Turner himself chased Walls out the store with a baseball bat.

Unsurprisingly, Meadows was extremely thankful for Turner’s efforts.

“I thank him,” Meadows has said. “I thank him every time I see him.”

But Meadows launched a lawsuit against Target, saying the store’s lack of security put all shoppers, not just her, in danger.

Target, however, is less grateful for Mr. Turner’s heroics. And now the retailer is suing him for “endangering” the store’s customers.

According to the company’s filing, Target says Turner and several others chased the suspect toward the store’s entrance after the attack on the girl. The store insists Turner put other shoppers at risk with his actions.

The victim of the stabbing and her family are furious with the retail chain and say Target is just trying to shift the blame away from its own security failures.

“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.”

Target is already getting negative publicity; the chain is the subject of a major boycott effort due to its announcement that it is allowing men to use women’s bathrooms and changing rooms.

Despite the uproar over its decision–not to mention the loss of up to $6 billion in stock valuesTarget doubled down on its policy.


Shorty Dawkins



  1. I ‘ve only ever shopped at Target maybe 2-3 times when I was a kid. Never really cared for Target all that much, but now they’ve given me reasons to really not like them.

  2. Target is a French owned company that defies our laws regarding the treatment of our full time military and guard personnel. They allow no events pertaining to or sponsored by our veranda organizations or military personnel. Even Toys ForTots is banned from all of their p properties. They should just go home.

    1. Target is an American company. All the uniformed person need do is look it up: “Target Corporation is the second-largest discount retailer in the United States, behind Walmart, and is a component of the S&P 500 Index. Founded by George Dayton and headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the company was originally named Goodfellow Dry Goods in June 1902 before being renamed the Dayton’s Dry Goods Company in 1903 and later the Dayton Company in 1910. The first Target store opened in Roseville, Minnesota in 1962, while the parent company was renamed the Dayton Corporation in 1967. It became the Dayton-Hudson Corporation after merging with the J.L. Hudson Company in 1969, and held ownership of several department store chains including Dayton’s, Hudson’s, Marshall Field’s, and Mervyn’s. Wesfarmers began operating an Australian version of Target in 1973, although aside from naming rights, the American and Australian companies are unaffiliated.”

  3. Target is a good name for the store as that is what you are when you shop there. They ask that you don’t carry guns there also, even if it’s concealed. I boycotted them years ago and reiterated my boy cot when I signed the recent petition that went around because of them enabling mental illness with their bathroom policy.

  4. Any business that bans concealed carry when you have a permit to do so issued by your state of residence and background check I will not support . I will not give up my right to bear arms for any business. Seams to me lawyers have companies scared to death of lawsuits. They do not care about rights its all about the money lawyers are part of the problem

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