PA (?): Robber shot resident treated.

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    PA (?): Robber shot resident treated.

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    That must be one tough badman. Took a shotgun blast to the chest and he is in the hospital, not the morgue. Makes me wonder what the shotgun load was and what the bad guy was wearing. Be interesting information.
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    I think the reporter needs to go back to school for a refresher course in Story Continuity 101.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farsidefan1 View Post
    That must be one tough badman. Took a shotgun blast to the chest and he is in the hospital, not the morgue. Makes me wonder what the shotgun load was and what the bad guy was wearing. Be interesting information.
    Give the low standards of reportage these days and the obviously limited firearms knowledge displayed by reporters, a "shotgun blast" to the chest might translate to being hit by one or two pellets. When was the last time you read the word "shotgun" in the lame-stream media without it being followed by the word "blast?"
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    I'm glad the homeowner was ok. Again a bg getting what he deserves.
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    Again more range time for the GG is clearly needed. Three BGs and he only hit one.
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    Happy it all turned out okay.
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