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In the wake of the NYC Midtown shootings Friday, Robert Asika, who was wounded by allegedly ricochet gunfire sat down with Piers Morgan and recounted the harrowing experience. "For some reason, something was telling me not to go to work," said Asika. "Usually when something bad is about to happen, I always have this feeling."
"I saw this guy about 5'4", he suited up with a briefcase, he was coming towards my direction," recounted Asika. "I seen the cops come and follow him. I guess the cops were talking to him. But meanwhile they had the guns out at this point. Then he stopped. I guess he dropped the briefcase he was holding. And he took out the gun and he fired to one of the police officers."
Paul Ercolino, the brother of shooting victim Steven Ercolino also spoke to Morgan Friday. Steven Ercolino was the target of the gunman, Jeffrey Johnson. "I don't think this is a referendum on guns," Paul Ercolino said.
Ercolino addressed rumors that Johnson targeted Steven Ercolino because of work related altercations. "We don't talk about what's going on with our business."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Ercolino weighs in on guns in America.
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