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Video shows both Biekers firing at She's A Pistol suspects

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SHAWNEE, KS (KCTV) -

Surveillance video captured the horrifying moments when Becky and Jon Bieker fired at would-be robbers inside their She's A Pistol business.

KCTV5 obtained the court documents on Monday that include details from one of the suspects and a description of the surveillance video from inside the Shawnee store.

Jon Bieker was killed and the man who allegedly shot him was placed in a medically induced coma following the Jan. 9 shootout. Three other suspects are in jail on first-degree murder charges while Becky Bieker is preparing to reopen her business, which specializes in offering personal protection options to females.

Sharon Auck is close friends with Becky Bieker and has been spearheading fundraising efforts to help Jon Bieker's widow.

"They were victimized but choose not to be victims," Auck said. "The pain is long lasting. The devastation is long lasting. This is not something that's going to go away."

Court documents confirm surveillance video captured the entire shootout on tape.

According to the documents, De'Anthony Wiley went into the gun store first just after 2 p.m. and was talking with Becky Bieker and looking at a gun.

Three more men, who police identified as Londro Patterson, Hakeem Malik and Nicquan Midgyett, entered the store a few minutes later.

As soon as they walked in, Wiley pulled a gun and pointed it at Becky Bieker.

Midgyett jumped the counter and hit her, knocking her to the ground. That was when her husband, Jon Bieker, comes from the back and opens fire.

As the shots continued, Jon Bieker was shot in the leg. He also suffered "multiple gunshot wounds," according to court documents. He died at an area hospital from his injuries.

During all of this, Becky Bieker jumped up and grabbed a phone. As she was calling for help, she fires at Wiley. Court documents say Wiley fired the shots that killed Jon Bieker. Two suspects were found at a nearby house where they had sought help. Patterson crawled out the door to the parking lot where he collapsed. Wiley, who both Biekers apparently hit with gunfire, was found collapsed inside the front of the store.

Through all of this, Auck says Becky Bieker has shown incredible strength and refuses to let the dream of helping others learn how to defend themselves die with the passing of her husband.

"It was something they did together. Something they believed in together that is propelling her, but asides from that, is all the people around to show her love and hold her up when she couldn't hold herself up. That's what is driving her," Auck said.

She's a Pistol remains closed, but self-defense classes will resume Thursday.

In a statement on the company's Facebook page, Becky Bieker thanked everyone for their support, patience, and understanding.

"We are working hard to rebuild ourselves and the business. We will not stay down, but will get back up and fight," she said. "Be safe. Be Strong. Be A Pistol."

Two GoFundMe accounts have been set up for Becky Bieker: click here and click here to donate.

Donations can also be made at any US Bank for Becky Bieker/She's a Pistol.

The Kansas State Rifle Association has also established a fund to help Becky Bieker with funeral and other expenses. Donations can be made on the KSRA website. Click here to donate.

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