!6 year old points gun at School Resource Officer and is shot..........

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    Cool !6 year old points gun at School Resource Officer and is shot..........

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    Bad situation. A kid that age has no business with a firearm anyhow. Guess the resource officer should have just been a witness.
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    The kid is lucky the officer was either a bad shot or a real good one. With only a bullet in the arm, the kid can go back and kill someone else. Did you read where the kid was a student in the Alternative Ed. program. That's where disruptive kids who get thrown out of regular school go. Jail would be a better alternative. I'd bet we haven't heard the last of this juvenile delinquent.

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    Idiot person pulls a gun on another person? He thereby earns an appropriate response. Too bad he's a "kid" in years. Let him learn that adult actions beget adult responses, just as they should. He (the idiot kid) should feel himself lucky to be alive, or made to appreciate his stupidity and luck by others close to him who are smarter than he.
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    He almost got a fatal lesson in reality!
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    One should already know, that when you point a gun at a police officer, things are not going to go well for you...either immediately or following the start of said incident.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post
    Bad situation. A kid that age has no business with a firearm anyhow. Guess the resource officer should have just been a witness.
    The kid is 16...

    I got my first rifle at 10 and my first handgun at 14,

    It's a matter of responsibility, not age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxMentis View Post
    The kid is 16...

    I got my first rifle at 10 and my first handgun at 14,

    It's a matter of responsibility, not age.
    I agree 100%,

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxMentis View Post
    The kid is 16...

    I got my first rifle at 10 and my first handgun at 14,

    It's a matter of responsibility, not age.
    Went in the military when I was 17.....parents had to sign for me. Packed a full auto M16 every day around nuclear weapons...no 3 rd burst back then!

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    Alternate education indeed. Wonder if the little turd learned his lesson that day!
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    I hope that kid learned something from this incident.
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    I don't care how smart, stupid, young, old (whatever) a person is, if a gun is pointed at me, I have to assume my life is in danger and I will shoot. I applaud the resource officer's actions.
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    Cool

    I hope he learned a lesson however some who survive shootings with police or gangs or otherwise seem to like to show off their scars as a "look what happened to me am I a bada** or what". Maybe this will be a turning point for Mr. Alternative School.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Alternate education indeed. Wonder if the little turd learned his lesson that day!
    I promised you that incident did not teach him/her not one thing. He is going to say how he should have done this or that and will be smarter next time, and will probably end up getting killed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaxMentis View Post
    The kid is 16...

    I got my first rifle at 10 and my first handgun at 14,

    It's a matter of responsibility, not age.
    I agree, except the kid has no business having a handgun out on the street and about town - especially when the kid is a thug who is stupid enough to point the gun at cop.

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