Dumbest cop on the planet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob99VMI04 View Post
    Dumbest JUDGE on the planet
    There, fixed it for you...
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    Originally Posted by Rob99VMI04
    Dumbest JUDGE on the planet
    Quote Originally Posted by kazzaerexys View Post
    There, fixed it for you...
    Did the Judge make an incorrect ruling on the law?

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    Glock needs to sue him right back for being stupid enough to leave the gun in the back seat where the child could get a hold of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzaerexys View Post
    There, fixed it for you...
    Maybe not! Maybe the judge is hoping that this case will go on forever so idiot's lawyer fees become astronomical and the guy representing him can never be paid becuse they both die of old age, neither getting a dime. Oh well, wishful thinking. I guess the laws that place the responsibility on the negligent are tossed aside in denial. Not a lick of shame!
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    It's such a shame how many people refuse to accept personal responsibility! The gun didn't magically discharge a round from the backseat!

    I was wondering too about not only the gun being in the backseat with a small child, but how in the world the child could have gotten to it if in a car seat! I know I use 5 point car seats much longer than many others, but at 3 years old I can't figure it out...

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    I volunteer for the Jury & I swear I wont let the fact the LEO is incompetent & careless play a factor in my decision.
    Everyone has an opinion & this is just mine sorry if it offends anyone.
    ALSO I don't HATE LEOs I just Hold them to a Higher Standard of the LAW & nothing anyone says will change my opinion on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    Let me see if I have this right. This Officer of the Law DIDN'T safely secure his gun in the same area his untrained young child rode (who was NOT in a child's car seat) and the tyke took said gun (Glock) and shot him. Did I get it right?

    I'm I wrong in thinking that it is HIS fault that it happened? What did the Glock Company do that is wrong.
    BINGO, he wants a paycheck due to his own stupidity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    Let me see if I have this right. This Officer of the Law DIDN'T safely secure his gun in the same area his untrained young child rode (who was NOT in a child's car seat) and the tyke took said gun (Glock) and shot him. Did I get it right?

    I'm I wrong in thinking that it is HIS fault that it happened? What did the Glock Company do that is wrong.
    Glock manufactured the weapon that he was shot with. Glock continued to manufacture this weapon despite an extensive history of unintentional discharges due to the light trigger pull of the weapon. Without reviewing the case, I'll take a wild guess that the officer's attorney will argue along those lines. The real loser in this situation is Glock. They have no option but to continue to pay their legal staff to keep defending this thing, no matter how long it drags on. To capitulate and settle out of court in an attempt to cut their losses would only open them up for more lawsuits by lawyers all too eager to see if they too, could hit the jackpot.
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    Stupid should hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Bob View Post
    Stupid should hurt.
    ...and it does. But, a big jury settlement will make the boo boo feel more better.
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    Boy, I wish I was in CA so I could be on that jury. OTOH...maybe not.
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    Only in Kommiefornia!!!!. It`s La La Land out there. Nothing makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Old Anglo View Post
    Only in Kommiefornia!!!!. It`s La La Land out there. Nothing makes sense.
    If you want large settlements, file your lawsuit in Mississippi or Alabama.
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    Wonder why he isn't in trouble for:

    1) leaving a child unattended in a vehicle during the summer.
    2) leaving a child unattended with your weapon
    3) Karma is a *****

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