This is a discussion on Good: acute failure of the victim selection process within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by KimBobTex Who was allegedly shot. Who is allegedly dead......
Good outcome and hideous proof reading again (as it seems with most news stories on the web these days). Notice anything that stands out?
“The individual was turned away from him was turned away from him at the current time and as he challenged him, when he came down the stairs, the intruder produced a large rock that he had in his hand…at which time the homeowner fired one round,” said Sgt. Crump.
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Good job on taking out the trash.
It's better that he was killed, his life was really headed for failure, he just got it over sooner than later. Should have brought a flashlight, he might have seen that crusier parked out front.
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He didnt know it is not a good idea to bring a rock to a gunfight.
Allegedly, the off duty officer has good aim.
[QUOTE=Yoda;2282161]He didnt know it is not a good idea to bring a rock to a gunfight.
What in the heck are they teaching these wantabe thugs in thuggery basic training nowdays
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He was between a rock and a hard metal projectile...
Glad the "alleged' innocents are ok.
"Better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt" ~ Mark Twain
WoW, Shot in the head, and survived.
Wonder what caliber the officer used?
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