Shooting "victim" arrested

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    Shooting "victim" arrested

    One of the "victims" of the shooting in Tucson last week was arrested today.

    http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?se...rld&id=7900454


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    So........... Pima county does lock up people that make threats? Since when?
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    while Fuller was being escorted out, deputies decided he needed a mental health evaluation and he was taken to a hospital.
    Because threatening to kill someone is still not taken seriously (enough) in Pima County. At least he gets a mental exam, that's more than Loughner apparently got.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcp1810 View Post
    So........... Pima county does lock up people that make threats? Since when?
    Really, they should have started that much sooner, then there wouldn't have been a shooting to talk about. And, it appears they had several contacts and opportunities. NOW... they want to show they will react ? Isn't that like trying to convince people the smell isn't bad after they already let the skunk into the house ?
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    Yes in AZ under ARS Title 13 one can and will be arrested (by TPD especially) for Threats and Intimidation...if TPD is the Responding Department SOMEONE is getting charged with SOMETHING.

    Deputies have more latitude of course, but you can bet your turd cutters that Sheriff Dumbnik is politicizing the whole mess and affair.

    True...the guy is a d-bag and should have kept his pie hole shut...but there you have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikerRN View Post
    One of the "victims" of the shooting in Tucson last week was arrested today.

    http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?se...rld&id=7900454


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    "Victim?" Why the " "'s? I'd say he qualifies as a victim without quotes around the word. Subsequent moronic behavior doesn't make him any less of a victim of Loughner than anyone else who was shot that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce130 View Post
    "Victim?" Why the " "'s? I'd say he qualifies as a victim without quotes around the word. Subsequent moronic behavior doesn't make him any less of a victim of Loughner than anyone else who was shot that day.
    Because after watching his interview on national news words like opportunist, pansy, and coward spring to mind.

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    Mr. Fuller seems to harbor resentment and blame for everyone in regards to the shooting rampage except the shooter himself.
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    Here we go into the sort of thread that really hacked Sixto off last week and caused him to close down a bunch of posts and threads and make them go away.

    This is about guns and stuff and not politics.

    The guy was shot, he is a victim without quotation marks.

    He made an angry and foolish veiled threat. He never said he would kill the guy. Foolish or stupid. Just like many others.

    End of story.

    Goodbye.

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    This is about guns and stuff and not politics.

    The guy was shot, he is a victim without quotation marks.

    He made an angry and foolish veiled threat. He never said he would kill the guy. Foolish or stupid. Just like many others.

    End of story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopyard View Post
    Here we go into the sort of thread that really hacked Sixto off last week and caused him to close down a bunch of posts and threads and make them go away.

    This is about guns and stuff and not politics.

    The guy was shot, he is a victim without quotation marks.

    He made an angry and foolish veiled threat. He never said he would kill the guy. Foolish or stupid. Just like many others.

    End of story.

    Goodbye.
    I am not sure where you are coming from Hop. Do you think the guy should not have been arrested for his threats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    I am not sure where you are coming from Hop. Do you think the guy should not have been arrested for his threats?
    Did I say that? I said he was stupid or foolish and made a veiled threat. Then I pointed out that this is a thread which is going to end up like many others, closed after hacking off the moderators.

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