Road Warrior Foundation and Duct Doctor USA offer additional reward money for information leading to arrest of Feb 12 McDonald’s attackers

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Military-owned companies pitch in an additional $4k in reward money

When Sgt. Marquez chose to volunteer and put on the uniform he became my brother. I am my brother’s keeper and justice must prevail in this case.

The Road Warrior Foundation along with Duct Doctor USA hope their contribution of additional reward money will help lead to the arrest of the Feb 12 McDonald's attackers. When Sgt. Christopher Marquez was beaten and robbed at a McDonald’s restaurant in the district, three unnamed suspects were identified as the assailants. Several military-owned companies are helping to increase the initial $1,000 reward money put forth by the Metropolitan Police Department with hopes of bringing justice in this unprovoked attack. Duct Doctor USA and Road Warrior Foundation are joined by Honor Brewing Company in Chantilly and The Rustic Flag Company in Tennessee bringing the total of the additional reward dollars to $5,000 including the initial reward from the Metropolitan Police Department.

“When Sgt. Marquez chose to volunteer and put on the uniform he became my brother. I just can't sit idly and watch justice slip by for a member of my family. I am my brother’s keeper and justice must prevail in this case,” said Christopher Little, owner of Duct Doctor USA.

Sgt. Marquez served 8 years in the Marines in Iraq and Afghanistan as a Scout Sniper and Rifleman. Sgt. Marquez was a Bronze Star with “V” recipient and was one of two marines who helped carry a severely wounded then 1st Sgt. Bradley Kasal out of Fallujah’s infamous “Hell House.” And yet on the evening of February 12, he was simply eating a meal at an area McDonald’s when the attack occurred.

“By teaming together, it is our hope that we can help to bring justice to this case,” said Craig Anders, Co Founder of the Road Warrior Foundation. “We should never have to worry about an attack of this nature without provocation or cause.”

A complete story and video footage of the attack can be seen below.
http://www.marinecorpstimes.com/story/military/2016/02/18/decorated-marine-vet-attacked-dc-mcdonalds-stop-racism/80579940/

Those interested in helping to join together to bring justice are encouraged to reach out to Craig Anders at craig(at)roadwarrior(dot)org or Christopher Little at ductdoctorusa(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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