Good outcome to a bad situation in Kansas

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    We'll be better if they de-louse the rest of us by putting these people down.
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    Nine suspects. Kripes, what's next, military assaults by home invaders?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guantes View Post
    Nine suspects. Kripes, what's next, military assaults by home invaders?
    You may be on to something, aren't they already impersonating LEO's. Also I think last year there was a home invasion in Florida by more than a few people and it was said they acted with "military precision".
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    Remember the Home invasion a few weeks ago in that area, that resulted in an akita that ran out the doggie door, and was subsequently shot and killed.?


    Apparenty, these are the knuckledragges who were in on that as well,,


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    Chris Dykes, whose 8-year-old Akita dog Ouji was shot and killed in the failed home invasion June 25, said he took solace in the arrests and hopes the other crime victims can do the same.

    However, Dykes said the dog shooting has left him unsettled.

    "It's mixed feelings," he said. "I wish I could've done something to see them, and maybe it stops what happens to Natalie. But at the same time, (I have) fears that it might have been me in that place."



    Good to see these dreggs of humanity will hopefully NOT see the light of day for a long time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    You may be on to something, aren't they already impersonating LEO's. Also I think last year there was a home invasion in Florida by more than a few people and it was said they acted with "military precision".
    Agreed. Sad but true. Seems like AK's are in every bad guys arsenal these days as well. I'm researching a long gun for my small collection. Maybe a good idea to have a ballistic vest in the safe room these days.


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    That does it, I'm going to start concealing my AR-15

    This actually opens my eyes. I have never realized how many crimes are commited by more than one person.

    I recently was told the average is 2.5 people. I guess thats two adults & a midget?

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    I'm glad knowing that the son-in-law living with my daughter and boys in the area, always keeps a golf club handy!

    Daughter told me she wants her gun back next time she visits----guess someone has to protect the family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devilsclaw View Post
    I'm glad knowing that the son-in-law living with my daughter and boys in the area, always keeps a golf club handy!

    Daughter told me she wants her gun back next time she visits----guess someone has to protect the family.
    ROFL! Atta Girl! Sounds like she was raised right. The only place my golf clubs are dangerous is on a golf course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mprp View Post
    ROFL! Atta Girl! Sounds like she was raised right. The only place my golf clubs are dangerous is on a golf course.
    Which is why you don't list your sticks in your "less-than-lethal" (?) list of weapons, right?

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