Tragic to say the least...
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"...lost to gun violence."
Horrible story but it was a murdering thug not the gun that was responsible.
Prayers to the family.
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- Thomas Jefferson
What a terrible thing for a 7 yr old to see.
I hope they catch that scum.
Last edited by Snoop; November 16th, 2009 at 06:20 PM.
AARGH. News like that makes me crazy. It's why I'm not a LEO (thank you to those of you who are).
Prayers for the family.
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Very sad. What a terrible loss for that family. Even worse that his young son was the one who had to react and call police.
I have got to wonder if he was not targeted for his recent gun purchase...
Pray for our nations leaders!
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Im a big fan of the .22LR for bear defense.
Just shoot the guy next to you in the knee and run like heck.
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If loose gun laws are good for criminals why do criminals support gun control?
Anyone, anywhere, anytime.
In this case gun registration paperwork literally contributed to getting a man killed.
"What started out as a typical day of running errands..." - ABC12.com
I wonder if him CC would have made a different?
I do hope that boy get help.
This story disgusts me. A 7 year old boy left fatherless, but if not for the red tape and the legalities of obtaining a CWP, it might have ended differently.
This is yet another argument for states to adopt a Vermont or Alaska style carry law. If you can legally possess it, you should be able to legally carry it.
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