A black man in Florida who was attacked while carrying a legally concealed firearm into a Wal-Mart will be represented by a Muslim civil rights group that sees the incident as racially motivated.

The group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations Florida (CAIR Florida), representing the shopper, 62-year-old Clarence Daniels, did not rule out the possibility that Wal-Mart could be named a defendant in a future lawsuit.

The incident in question occurred on Jan. 20 when Daniels concealed his gun as he exited his vehicle during a shopping trip to the Brandon, Fla. Wal-Mart.

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