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Posted 03 February 2011 - 08:46 PM


So, after allegedly getting angry at a judge and waving his crutches at the guy, a man with a broken leg was shot multiple times by police officers and the fucking judge who had a gun under his robes. I really don't know what else to say. I don't know why this guy with one good leg couldnt have been shoved to the ground and disarmed of his deadly crutches... but come on, the judge plugged the guy. I hope he at least gets his conviction overturned on the account of the judge fucking shooting him might show some bias.


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Posted 04 February 2011 - 12:04 AM

It's Alabama, but yeah, another open carry state.

That's a good system they have there: guy gets out of hand, waves a crutch around. So you produce a gun from behind cover and make sure he's aware you have it. So you have now added a deadly weapon to a scene that previously did not have one. Then if he doesn't calm down, and remember you are behind cover, your confederates have the right to shoot him. And after they have shot him, you may, still from behind cover, shoot an unarmed man who has already been shot, allegedly in defence of your own life. "He was going for the gun ... that I had in my hand ... behind my desk ... in a room with several cops already responding to the incident ... yup I had to shoot him. Yup."

I don't think this is about gun control. This is about fire discipline. I saw an episode of Cops one time where a guy was approached at a gas station by someone who had apparently been tailing him. Probably a road rage situation, but the approachee pulled a gun out of his fanny pack and pointed it at the guy, who got back in his car and drove away. The cops saw this, and went up to the guy. He produced a license to carrry a concealed weapon, explained that he was using the gun to end the situation, and they told him off for that. They said "Ok, you have a license, I don't have a problem with that. But you have to be careful about escalating a situation." Anyway they left him alone and didn't charge him with anything, but I think they had a point. Guy comes up to blow off some steam at you for cutting him off or whatever it is he thinks you did, you don't have a right to produce a deadly weapon. If he had been approaching with a tire iron, sure, you can even shoot him if you like. But in public, at a gas pump, you and anyone else know the guy's just planning to scream and yell like a big old faggot. The grown-up thing to do it to let him rant and then move on. Of course, if you were wrong, apologizing couldn't hurt. Producig a gun is bad enough, but actually pointing it at the guy - too many people with handguns didn't take the gun safety classes.

I this case, come on, aren't they supossed to hire guys with cooler heads to begin with, then teach them discipline, and then expect them to keep the peace without pulling out their weapons? Surely they could have taken down a cripple without producing at least three guns!
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 03:10 AM

See, now I'm fine with people carrying guns. I'm not offended, but JEEZUS.

That's hell of grounds for an appeal
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