Owner of Dellwood Market in Ferguson: I Won’t Rebuild, I’m Too Old, I’m Planning to Get Out (Video)
Mumtaz Lalani told Sean Hannity tonight that he will not rebuild his store after his business was looted for the third time in three months last week.
Sean Hannity shared new video of the dozens of looters, young black men, pouring into the Dellwood Market after the grand jury released its decision last week.
Mr. Lalani said that it cost him between $50,000 and $100,000 to rebuild and restock after each time the store was looted.
Lalani said he did not want to own a business in Ferguson any longer. He did not feel safe.
The Dellwood Market owner also lashed out at Governor Jay Nixon, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
“This time the governor promised that there would be National Guard and that we would be taken care of and secure. I was very much disappointed. All they had to do was put one National Guard Humvee parked in front of each store. There were 20 to 30 stores. They could have prevented these things… They did everything wrong from beginning to the end…
…The thing is that Martin Luther King if he was alive he wouldn’t have appreciated the way those leaders have handled the case. Like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, they’ve been to St. Louis a couple of times. They could have talked to those demonstrators to do a peaceful demonstration. Not just destroy the neighborhood.”
Anyone with information on the Ferguson looters please call:
Crimestoppers 866-371-TIPS (8477)