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  • Jester
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    I really can't disagree with ya Pete -- although I'll point out that the people who feel sorry for him are the parents of the kid he killed...

    just thought I'd force you to ruminate on that horror.

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  • Plezercruz
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    WTF???

    The kid took a gun, loaded it, pointed it at another kid's head, pulled the trigger....


    ...and people feel sorry for him?

    Pete (thinks that kid needs to be locked up)

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  • Jester
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    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/07/31...hree-families/

    Deadly game of Russian roulette shatters peace of small Pennsylvania town

    The gun was left unloaded in a basement drawer, the third boy, who has not been named and who also faces charges, told police. As midnight drew near and they talked about things boys talk about, McConoughey allegedly took the gun and two bullets out of the drawer. He spun the revolver's cylinder, loading and unloading bullets -- "pointing the gun and joking around," police said.

    "Let's play Russian roulette," the boy allegedly heard McConoughey say, according to court documents.

    A moment later, McConoughey allegedly pointed the gun at Hammond's head. "He pulled the trigger thinking it was going to click," police said.

    Neal Hammond was struck in the right temple and died the next morning, July 20, at 9:30 a.m.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/07/31...#ixzz22DTJffPu
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  • Jared
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    SC great grandmother, 89, scares off would-be robbers with pistol

    http://www.wsoctv.com/news/news/loca...s-pisto/nP4WT/

    MARLBORO COUNTY, S.C. — Two men reportedly broke into an 89-year-old great grandmother’s South Carolina home, but she was ready for them.

    Ruby Hodge said she sleeps with her pistol every night and that probably saved her from would be burglars.

    She heard a knock at her door on Monday morning.

    When she did not answer, she said she heard a loud noise.

    Hodge said someone had kicked in her door and she knew what she had to do.

    “I got my pistol and I met them right outside my bedroom. When they saw me standing in there with my pistol, they left and run,” Hodge said.

    Hodge pressed her emergency alert button that she wears around her neck.

    Police were at her house within five minutes and tracked down the two suspects.

    Both men face burglary and damage to property charges, police said.

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  • cart213
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    I'm assuming it was a chest holster.

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