The Brooklyn shopkeeper, who, while being held up by armed robbers, managed to wrestle away a gun and fatally shoot two of the men earlier this week, told his wife, "He's sorry he could not take out everybody." The Daily News reports that Youssouf Drame, who was shot in the stomach, is still in critical but stable condition. His wife says he wants the store to reopen and also recounted what he told her about the incident, "Once he saw them pistol-whip his employee, he knew they were going to kill them, too. So he fought back and he did not care if he was being shot at. He knew they were going to rob and kill them and he was not going to go down like that." She added, "It has nothing to do with being brave... It has to do with going on with life." The police are still looking for two additional suspects.