BG learns the hard way to keep booger picker off the trigger

BG learns the hard way to keep booger picker off the trigger

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    BG learns the hard way to keep booger picker off the trigger

    One less BG to worry about....

    http://http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/latestnews/stories/061908dnmetrobberydeath.168672f7.html

    By DAN X. McGRAW / The Dallas Morning News
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    A 19-year-old man accidentally shot and killed himself Tuesday morning while he was attempting to rob a Grand Prairie home, authorities said.

    Cameron Sands, 19, of Fort Worth kicked in the door of the house and then shot himself in the stomach as he pulled a gun out of his pants to shoot the homeowner, Grand Prairie police said. The homeowner was not injured.

    After Mr. Sands shot himself, he dropped the gun and ran out of the home. Police found his body around 5:30 a.m. in the driveway of the home in the 2800 block Garden Grove Road, said Lt. John Brimmer, a Grand Prairie police spokesman.

    “This is the first that I’ve heard of a robbery suspect killing himself as he is drawing a gun out of his waist band,” Lt. Brimmer said. “The criminal evidence points to that. It certainly isn’t common.”

    The Tarrant County Medical Examiner has ruled the death an accident.
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    I wish more of the thugs out there would follow his example.
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    Mexican carry, I'm glad the BG didn't have a holster
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    That's good stuff. I, too, hope this becomes a trend.
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    What a moron, I would normally say he should have known better but then he would have been in a different line of work if he did.

    I bet he had a real surprised look on his face when he felt the sting. I too hope more follow his stellar example.
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    And another Darwin Award winner.

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    Thats good news for me , I live around that part of the state, one less bg to worry about!
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    good center of mass shot by the perp.
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    I'm sure his parents are saying the same thing they would have said had he been shot by the victim:

    "I don't believe he would ever do something like that, rob someone. He is a good kid, everyone likes him. "

    Then they'd sue and try to have the victim charged with murder.

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    Excellent work by another Dirt Bag.
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    Let's hear it for Mr. Sands...






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    what a great story...
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    The family can sue the company for "safety issues."

    The irony of it all... I heard of people shooting themselves while committing a crime, but not like this. He got what was coming to him but I wander if his family could sue the gun company for "safety issues." May be one of those well known anti gun groups or politicians can be of assistance here... the guy will end up being another "victim" of "unsafe guns."


    My gramps knew a guy who loved to play with his guns, the joker would regularly unload them and POINT THEM AT PEOPLE and himself while he ran a place fixing cars... guess what happened one day? He was "playing" with his .44mag D Eagle and thinking it was empty (he removed the magazine but NOT the round in the chamber) he pulled the trigger while it was pointed at his head, the bullet removed most of his face, and left only his chin... the guy's eyes and brain matter were all over the wall and ground and witnesses said he literally was lifted off of the ground!

    His family members got a lawyer and tried to sue Magnum Research because they claimed the gun had no loaded chamber indicator, so they claimed in was MR's neglect of safety why the man lost his life... that suit never panned out though.
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    Good ending to a scumbags worthless life. God has a great sense of humor!

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