16 Year Old "Victim"

Discussion in 'In the News' started by Malum Prohibitum, Sep 27, 2006.

  1. Malum Prohibitum

    Malum Prohibitum Moderator Staff Member

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  2. Malum Prohibitum

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    Another link: http://www.gazettetimes.com/articles/20 ... ooting.txt


    There is no reasonable doubt Bruce Gosnell acted in self-defense, Jason Carlile says.

    No criminal charges will be filed against Bruce Gosnell Jr., who fatally shot a 16-year-old boy he thought was breaking into his home in Albany, Linn County District Attorney Jason Carlile has decided.




    This one has the "details." A cop was actually right outside the house on the trail of these burglars when the homeowner shot the "victim of the Second Amendment." You have to read this one.
     
  3. kkennett

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    What!? A 'victim' of the 2nd A? That's just dumb as dirt. Could I be a victim of the 1st A by having to hear someone I don't want to? Can I be a victim of the 4th A by being secure in my person and papers? One could be a 'victim' of the illegal use of a firearm, just as one could be a 'victim' of slanderous speech, but a victim of the Amendment? In this particular case, this young man is a simply reaping the consequences of his actions. As a small town boy from the South, we just knew that snooping around a man's porch at 3:00 am was a good way to get shot. If one doesn't want to get wet, one shouldn't play by the water.
     
  4. Mojoski

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    Also notice the anti-Bush rant in the letter to the editor right below that other abomination. The moron is actually defending the remarks of Hugo Chavez.

    The rest of the letters to the editor are of a similiar mindset, with one exception.

    Just thought that was interesting...
     
  5. jrm

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    Guns don't kill people. Constitutional provisions do.
     
  6. cbp0229

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    :x Talk about being biased... That site reminds me of CNN (Clinton News Network)
     
  7. Macktee

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    I don't understand this.

    OK, I agree Bush may well be the worst president in history but what does that have to do with some punk getting shot while commiting a crime?

    If poor little Jeremy hadn't been breaking into houses he wouldn't have been shot. Cause and effect...

    The little bastard's not a "victim of the 2nd Admnt", he's a victim of his own thuggisness. Yes, it's tragic to end a life so young but again I say, if he had been behaving himself, he'd still be alive.

    I don't understand the writer's problem. Don't break the law and you won't risk ending up dead at age 16....... or any other age. Maybe that's harsh, but that's life. The little punk probably didn't derserve to be killed but he brought it on himself.
     
  8. Molon Labe

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    I can think of a lot worse.
     
  9. MLS 4506

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    his imediate predicesor comes to mind,also a peanut farmer i voted for (I came to my senses after he gave away the canal,helped bring down the shah and gave us a20% prime rate) :!:
     
  10. cbp0229

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    Let's pray that the gun banning Clinton's don't move back into the whitehouse. I used to love seeing those bumber stickers when Slick Willy was in office... "Impeach the president - and her husband too!" :roll:
     
  11. jgullock

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    Re: I don't understand this.

    Probably saved someone from being murdered by this POS in the future. Good riddance.