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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Writing 101 ()
Date: March 25, 2013 07:26PM

It's been done before and done better:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMuWmC5urcI

We were out on a date in my Daddy's car
We hadn't driven very far
There in the road, straight ahead
The car was stalled, the engine was dead
I couldn't stop, so I swerved to the right
Never forget the sound that night
The cryin' tires, the bustin' glass
The painful scream that I heard last

Well, when I woke up
The rain was pourin' down
There were people standing all around
Something warm a-running in my eyes
But I found my baby somehow that night
I raised her head and when she smiled and said
"Hold me darling for a little while"
I held her close
I kissed her our last kiss
I found the love that I knew I would miss
But now she's gone, even though I hold her tight
I lost my love ... my life, that night

Well, where oh where can my baby be
The Lord took her away from me
She's gone to heaven
So I got to be good
So I can see my baby
When I leave this ol' world

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Puddin Taint ()
Date: March 25, 2013 07:43PM

Wow, that's shameless.

I'm thinking a hack version of John Edwards' channeling dead babies.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Boo-Hoo-Hoo ()
Date: March 25, 2013 10:31PM

From Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teenage_tragedy_song


The "teenage tragedy song", also known as death rock, "tear jerker" or a "splatter platter", is a style of ballad that was most popular between the late 1950s and early 1960s. These songs lamented tragic teenage death and were either sung from the viewpoint of the dead person's sweetheart or from the viewpoint of the dead (or dying) person.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Nothing tragic ()
Date: March 26, 2013 01:53AM

Yeah, there was no "tragic teenage death" here, just good old natural selection.

As for Rambo, if you knew his ex Amy(probaly Bell now), you'd sleep with a gun too! If his wife is Jane, it's his 2nd and if he has a son he's under 7, daughter from marrige #1 is at least 15.

I truly hope all you assholes who think he was in the wrong have this same thing happen to your children, no, not your teenagers, your grown up 30+ year old children, then you can pass this judgement against them for protecting your grandkids. Or for being such shitty parents they let their kid sneak out and get shot playing stupid.

Why does perspective only count when it's your own?????

**on a side note. As for how the houses look, I know what my friends homes look like, I wouldn't drop someone at the wrong house, so 3 or 4 kids ALL mistook this house for the dead kids? That seems like another strange thing to look into, trollies.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Reading into things too much ()
Date: March 26, 2013 10:20AM

Little pink houses or boxes? Wrote:
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> If they stay out of my way... Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > MLK republican Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I find it hard to beleive after two years as
> > > neighbors the shooter did not recognize the
> > black
> > > kid.
> >
> > This isn't small town USA.
> >
> > People don't know (or care to know) most of
> their
> > neighbors anymore. I know I don't.
>
> Arrogant self important asshole? Remember you
> aren't any better than your neighbors.
> You live in the same type house on the same
> street.
> How common of you.

No idea where this is coming from.

Never said I was better than my neighbors. I just don't give a shit about them.

They stay out of my way and I stay out of theirs.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: guns are awesome! ()
Date: March 26, 2013 11:01AM

Two stories just from today-

Whiskey Dalton Welcome Williams, 20 pictured, of Dalton, Texas, accidentally shot his girlfriend, Ashley Walters, 21, in the face, killing her, after his gun went off during a tussle with another man last week, local police say.

North Carolina man Christopher Stanlane, 34, was on the couch in his Fairmont home wiping down the weapon when it fired at around 4 p.m. on Sunday, striking his namesake in the back of the head.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: more happy gun stories ()
Date: March 26, 2013 12:20PM

A Florida teen fatally shot his 12-year-old brother because he mistook the boy for a home invader, according to police in Orlando.

The older boy, 16, was home alone on Friday when the younger sibling arrived at the house. Concerned that someone had broken in, the older boy picked up a gun, ABC News reports.

“He heard some noises and he called out for his brother and he didn’t answer and so then his brother startled him,” said Orlando Police Department Detective Mike Moreschi, according to WFTV.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Third rate standing. ()
Date: March 26, 2013 02:13PM

more happy gun stories Wrote:
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> A Florida teen fatally shot his 12-year-old
> brother because he mistook the boy for a home
> invader, according to police in Orlando.
>
> The older boy, 16, was home alone on Friday when
> the younger sibling arrived at the house.
> Concerned that someone had broken in, the older
> boy picked up a gun, ABC News reports.
>
> “He heard some noises and he called out for his
> brother and he didn’t answer and so then his
> brother startled him,” said Orlando Police
> Department Detective Mike Moreschi, according to
> WFTV.


And all we get is some cross dressing scared of his teenage neighbor shooting in the back? How come NoVa always gets the losers? Parhetic.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: I feel safer ()
Date: March 26, 2013 02:40PM

A Washington state father killed his adult daughter and left his son fighting for life after shooting them both in the head as they slept 'to get rid of their demons.'

Michael League, 69, shot Danielle Faucett, 43, and Dennis League, 46, at around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday morning at his house in Puyallup, while his grandchildren slept just feet away.

He father then called 911 and confessed to shooting his children before threatening to take his own life.
On the heart-breaking call, League said, crying: 'I just committed a father's worst sin. I just shot my daughter in the head and my son in the head. I had to put them out of their misery and get rid of their demons. I'm going to have to shoot myself.'

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Blowtorch999 ()
Date: March 26, 2013 02:56PM

Are these shooting incident posts supposed to be some sort of comparison to the Sterling incident or just wacko liberal spewage?

None of these incidents are anything like what happened in Sterling. Apples/Oranges.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: no victims here ()
Date: March 26, 2013 03:10PM

A burglar fled empty-handed after a Tulsa homeowner fired a handgun at him early Tuesday.

The owner of a home in the 1500 block of North Yukon Avenue encountered the burglar after the homeowner was awakened by his burglar alarm around 1:20 a.m., police said.


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On Friday evening, March 8, just before 6:30, an intruder broke into a Landrum, South Carolina home, Greenville Online reports. The intruder violently forced his way into the home, then attacked the woman inside before the homeowner shot him in the chest multiple times.

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Jose Martin Olivares, 45, of Slaton, is in the Lubbock County Jail on a charge of burglary of a habitation with a $20,000 bond. Olivares was shot by a Slaton homeowner during an attempted burglary Saturday night, according to the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office.

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On Wednesday, March 13, WHNT reported on what’s believed to have been an attempted burglary in Albertville, Alabama, about 50 miles southeast of Huntsville. However, the burglar was met by the homeowner who was armed with a shotgun. The homeowner called 911 after shooting the intruder with a single shot that killed him.

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Early Sunday morning, March 24, a homeowner in North Carolina refused to be a victim when three men broke into his home. WECT TV6 reports that the homeowner shot one of the men in the neck, sending him to the hospital.

Sheriff’s deputies confirmed that a home invasion had occurred in a home located near the rural intersection of FM Watts and Peacock Road in Columbus County, about 150 miles southeast of Charlotte and about 50 miles from the east coast.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Blowtorch999 ()
Date: March 26, 2013 03:25PM

no victims here Wrote:
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> A burglar fled empty-handed after a Tulsa
> homeowner fired a handgun at him early Tuesday.
>
> The owner of a home in the 1500 block of North
> Yukon Avenue encountered the burglar after the
> homeowner was awakened by his burglar alarm around
> 1:20 a.m., police said.
>
>
> -------
>
> On Friday evening, March 8, just before 6:30, an
> intruder broke into a Landrum, South Carolina
> home, Greenville Online reports. The intruder
> violently forced his way into the home, then
> attacked the woman inside before the homeowner
> shot him in the chest multiple times.
>
> -------
>
> Jose Martin Olivares, 45, of Slaton, is in the
> Lubbock County Jail on a charge of burglary of a
> habitation with a $20,000 bond. Olivares was shot
> by a Slaton homeowner during an attempted burglary
> Saturday night, according to the Lubbock County
> Sheriff’s Office.
>
> -------
>
> On Wednesday, March 13, WHNT reported on what’s
> believed to have been an attempted burglary in
> Albertville, Alabama, about 50 miles southeast of
> Huntsville. However, the burglar was met by the
> homeowner who was armed with a shotgun. The
> homeowner called 911 after shooting the intruder
> with a single shot that killed him.
>
> -------
>
> Early Sunday morning, March 24, a homeowner in
> North Carolina refused to be a victim when three
> men broke into his home. WECT TV6 reports that the
> homeowner shot one of the men in the neck, sending
> him to the hospital.
>
> Now we're talking! Score for the good guys!

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: ICit2 ()
Date: March 26, 2013 03:33PM

no victims here Wrote:
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> A burglar fled empty-handed after a Tulsa
> homeowner fired a handgun at him early Tuesday.
>
> The owner of a home in the 1500 block of North
> Yukon Avenue encountered the burglar after the
> homeowner was awakened by his burglar alarm around
> 1:20 a.m., police said.
>
>
> -------
>
> On Friday evening, March 8, just before 6:30, an
> intruder broke into a Landrum, South Carolina
> home, Greenville Online reports. The intruder
> violently forced his way into the home, then
> attacked the woman inside before the homeowner
> shot him in the chest multiple times.
>
> -------
>
> Jose Martin Olivares, 45, of Slaton, is in the
> Lubbock County Jail on a charge of burglary of a
> habitation with a $20,000 bond. Olivares was shot
> by a Slaton homeowner during an attempted burglary
> Saturday night, according to the Lubbock County
> Sheriff’s Office.
>
> -------
>
> On Wednesday, March 13, WHNT reported on what’s
> believed to have been an attempted burglary in
> Albertville, Alabama, about 50 miles southeast of
> Huntsville. However, the burglar was met by the
> homeowner who was armed with a shotgun. The
> homeowner called 911 after shooting the intruder
> with a single shot that killed him.
>
> -------
>
> Early Sunday morning, March 24, a homeowner in
> North Carolina refused to be a victim when three
> men broke into his home. WECT TV6 reports that the
> homeowner shot one of the men in the neck, sending
> him to the hospital.
>
> Sheriff’s deputies confirmed that a home
> invasion had occurred in a home located near the
> rural intersection of FM Watts and Peacock Road in
> Columbus County, about 150 miles southeast of
> Charlotte and about 50 miles from the east coast.

Why doesn't the mainstream/liberal press report these stories? :)

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Is he pleased with himself ()
Date: March 26, 2013 03:47PM

So let's assume our Sterling Dirty Harry is in his late 40's and has owned a gun for 15 years.

All these years he has been waiting...hoping....just once...he could kill somebody.

Instead he shoots an innocent kid who wandered into his house by mistake.

Was it worth it?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: sure was ()
Date: March 26, 2013 03:50PM

Is he pleased with himself Wrote:
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> So let's assume our Sterling Dirty Harry is in his
> late 40's and has owned a gun for 15 years.
>
> All these years he has been
> waiting...hoping....just once...he could kill
> somebody.
>
> Instead he shoots an innocent kid who wandered
> into his house by mistake.
>
> Was it worth it?


How do we know the kid is innocent? What if the kid had a criminal motive? Yeah, it is worth it to know that when the time comes, you can protect your family.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: The man of the second ()
Date: March 26, 2013 04:02PM

Blowtorch999 Wrote:
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> no victims here Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > A burglar fled empty-handed after a Tulsa
> > homeowner fired a handgun at him early Tuesday.
> >
> > The owner of a home in the 1500 block of North
> > Yukon Avenue encountered the burglar after the
> > homeowner was awakened by his burglar alarm
> around
> > 1:20 a.m., police said.
> >
> >
> > -------
> >
> > On Friday evening, March 8, just before 6:30,
> an
> > intruder broke into a Landrum, South Carolina
> > home, Greenville Online reports. The intruder
> > violently forced his way into the home, then
> > attacked the woman inside before the homeowner
> > shot him in the chest multiple times.
> >
> > -------
> >
> > Jose Martin Olivares, 45, of Slaton, is in the
> > Lubbock County Jail on a charge of burglary of
> a
> > habitation with a $20,000 bond. Olivares was
> shot
> > by a Slaton homeowner during an attempted
> burglary
> > Saturday night, according to the Lubbock County
> > Sheriff’s Office.
> >
> > -------
> >
> > On Wednesday, March 13, WHNT reported on
> what’s
> > believed to have been an attempted burglary in
> > Albertville, Alabama, about 50 miles southeast
> of
> > Huntsville. However, the burglar was met by the
> > homeowner who was armed with a shotgun. The
> > homeowner called 911 after shooting the
> intruder
> > with a single shot that killed him.
> >
> > -------
> >
> > Early Sunday morning, March 24, a homeowner in
> > North Carolina refused to be a victim when
> three
> > men broke into his home. WECT TV6 reports that
> the
> > homeowner shot one of the men in the neck,
> sending
> > him to the hospital.
> >
> > Now we're talking! Score for the good guys!


And your military record? Where did you tour?
Blowtorch was your handle?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Puddin Taint ()
Date: March 26, 2013 04:26PM

> an innocent kid who wandered into his house by mistake

wandered into his house by mistake? Hardly. He destroyed a window screen in order to open and climb through a window.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: An act of destruction ()
Date: March 26, 2013 04:40PM

Puddin Taint Wrote:
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> > an innocent kid who wandered into his house by
> mistake
>
> wandered into his house by mistake? Hardly. He
> destroyed a window screen in order to open and
> climb through a window.

OMG, a window screen. That deserves more than one bullet in the back.
Should of taken the kid outside and doused the body with a flamable liquid.
Destroying window screens is simply deplorable.
The shooting was justifiable when window screens are involved.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: pow ()
Date: March 26, 2013 04:49PM

An act of destruction Wrote:
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> Puddin Taint Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > > an innocent kid who wandered into his house
> by
> > mistake
> >
> > wandered into his house by mistake? Hardly.
> He
> > destroyed a window screen in order to open and
> > climb through a window.
>
> OMG, a window screen. That deserves more than one
> bullet in the back.
> Should of taken the kid outside and doused the
> body with a flamable liquid.
> Destroying window screens is simply deplorable.
> The shooting was justifiable when window screens
> are involved.


The shooting is justifiable when someone fails to heed your warnings and advances toward your family members. But, you are stupid, so you don't understand that.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: March 26, 2013 04:55PM

Is he pleased with himself Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> So let's assume our Sterling Dirty Harry is in his
> late 40's and has owned a gun for 15 years.
>
> All these years he has been
> waiting...hoping....just once...he could kill
> somebody.
>
> Instead he shoots an innocent kid who wandered
> into his house by mistake.
>
> Was it worth it?

That has to be the most ignorant statement Ive ever read. Are you a mental retard? Ive owned various guns for over 15 years and I hope and pray I never have to use one on another person. But I will if I have to. And if you break into my house at 230am, I guess we will find out if my prayers have power over my common sense. I sure hope not.

And I keep asking.......how does anyone know this was a "mistake"?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: illogical ()
Date: March 26, 2013 05:08PM

So you clowns believe that the destruction of the screen and opening of the window caused an alarm to go off?

And yet, that does not deter our 16 year old??

Absurd.

And then you believe that he proceeded thru the house and ignored both verbal warnings and a warning shot?

Seriously? Seriously?

NO DRUNK PERSON WHO IS CAPABLE OF WALKING WOULD PROCEED.

NOBODY.

Rambo better come up with a more believable story.

Where the hell is the 911 tape?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: March 26, 2013 05:17PM

illogical Wrote:
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> So you clowns believe that the destruction of the
> screen and opening of the window caused an alarm
> to go off?
>
> And yet, that does not deter our 16 year old??
>
> Absurd.
>
> And then you believe that he proceeded thru the
> house and ignored both verbal warnings and a
> warning shot?
>
> Seriously? Seriously?
>
> NO DRUNK PERSON WHO IS CAPABLE OF WALKING WOULD
> PROCEED.
>
> NOBODY.
>
> Rambo better come up with a more believable
> story.
>
> Where the hell is the 911 tape?

Rambo doesnt have to come up with anything. His story is the ONLY story.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: lol whut!^ ()
Date: March 26, 2013 05:19PM

illogical Wrote:
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> So you clowns believe that the destruction of the
> screen and opening of the window caused an alarm
> to go off?
>
> And yet, that does not deter our 16 year old??
>
> Absurd.
>
> And then you believe that he proceeded thru the
> house and ignored both verbal warnings and a
> warning shot?
>
> Seriously? Seriously?
>
> NO DRUNK PERSON WHO IS CAPABLE OF WALKING WOULD
> PROCEED.
>
> NOBODY.
>
> Rambo better come up with a more believable
> story.
>
> Where the hell is the 911 tape?


Who cares. One dead burglar, one alive and innocent homeowner.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: I shot Jesse James ()
Date: March 26, 2013 05:19PM

The dumb kid walked up the steps and Wild West II shot him in the back.
No warning shot and know vocal warning.
It's the American way.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Puddin Taint ()
Date: March 26, 2013 07:39PM

> OMG, a window screen. That deserves more than one
> bullet in the back.
> Should of taken the kid outside and doused the
> body with a flamable liquid.
> Destroying window screens is simply deplorable.
> The shooting was justifiable when window screens
> are involved.

No, my simpleton friend. I'm simply pointing out how ludicrous the statement that he just 'wandered into the house' is. He wandered into the house like Hitler wandered into France.

What justified shooting the kid in the back? This:

"Any person who lawfully occupies a dwelling is justified in using any degree of physical force, including deadly physical force, against another person when the other person has unlawfully entered the dwelling, having committed an overt act toward the occupant or another person in the dwelling, and the occupant reasonably believes he or another person in the dwelling is in imminent danger of bodily injury."

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Tainted ()
Date: March 26, 2013 08:21PM

Puddin Taint Wrote:
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> > OMG, a window screen. That deserves more than
> one
> > bullet in the back.
> > Should of taken the kid outside and doused the
> > body with a flamable liquid.
> > Destroying window screens is simply deplorable.
> > The shooting was justifiable when window
> screens
> > are involved.
>
> No, my simpleton friend. I'm simply pointing out
> how ludicrous the statement that he just 'wandered
> into the house' is. He wandered into the house
> like Hitler wandered into France.
>
> What justified shooting the kid in the back?
> This:
>
> "Any person who lawfully occupies a dwelling is
> justified in using any degree of physical force,
> including deadly physical force, against another
> person when the other person has unlawfully
> entered the dwelling, having committed an overt
> act toward the occupant or another person in the
> dwelling, and the occupant reasonably believes he
> or another person in the dwelling is in imminent
> danger of bodily injury."


Is the forum to take seriously a poster who refers to them self as
"puddin taint"?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Puddin Aint ()
Date: March 26, 2013 08:29PM

I shot Jesse James Wrote:
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> The dumb kid walked up the steps and Wild West II
> shot him in the back.
> No warning shot and know vocal warning.

That's what happens when you're:

1) In someone else's house at 2:30am
2) Failing to repond to warnings to stop
3) Heading towards the room where the family is

Looks pretty guilty and threatening to me!

I'd have shot him in the back, the front, the head and the ass.
And then reloaded and started firing again.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Agreed ()
Date: March 26, 2013 08:37PM

Puddin Aint Wrote:
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> I shot Jesse James Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The dumb kid walked up the steps and Wild West
> II
> > shot him in the back.
> > No warning shot and know vocal warning.
>
> That's what happens when you're:
>
> 1) In someone else's house at 2:30am
> 2) Failing to repond to warnings to stop
> 3) Heading towards the room where the family is
>
> Looks pretty guilty and threatening to me!
>
> I'd have shot him in the back, the front, the head
> and the ass.
> And then reloaded and started firing again.


+1. Quit trying to blame somebody else for a dumb drunk kid's mistake.

He fucked up and put his own damn self in a bad situation. Nothing unreasonable about the homeowner's response.

You play stupid games, you win stupid prizes.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Puddin Taint ()
Date: March 26, 2013 09:06PM

Tainted asks:

> Is the forum to take seriously a poster who refers to them self as
> "puddin taint"?

You certainly don't need to take me seriously, but the consequences of finding yourself on the losing side of law I cited are about as serious as it gets.

mistakesdemotivator.jpg

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: A couple of innocent questions ()
Date: March 26, 2013 09:10PM

Puddin Aint Wrote:
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> I shot Jesse James Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The dumb kid walked up the steps and Wild West
> II
> > shot him in the back.
> > No warning shot and know vocal warning.
>
> That's what happens when you're:
>
> 1) In someone else's house at 2:30am
> 2) Failing to repond to warnings to stop
> 3) Heading towards the room where the family is
>
> Looks pretty guilty and threatening to me!
>
> I'd have shot him in the back, the front, the head
> and the ass.
> And then reloaded and started firing again.

So how many rounds would you use?
What caliber?
Semi auto or revolver?
Would you allow your daughter to witness?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Judge 5 ()
Date: March 26, 2013 10:29PM

Strange case. Kid was drunk but was able to climb through window. His friends helped hoist him through wrong house. Weird. Writes rap music. Probably had ghetto vocabulary in white sterling. Complex. Chip,on shoulder. I think he was looking for trouble. Is the shooters daughter pretty? If the answer is yes than maybe he wanted a little white pussy. After all he was star athlete. Maybe there is more to story than kid getting shot in wrong house.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Wormy Mcworm ()
Date: March 26, 2013 11:19PM

The only thing, I say the ONLY thing that matters is that worms are writhing around in this kid's body, turning him into detrius.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Dick Tracy ()
Date: March 26, 2013 11:25PM

Is he pleased with himself Wrote:
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>
> Instead he shoots an innocent kid

What was he innocent of? Breaking and entering? Burglary? Underage drinking? Trespassing?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Probably doped out of his mind ()
Date: March 27, 2013 09:40AM

I shot Jesse James Wrote:
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> The dumb kid walked up the steps and Wild West II
> shot him in the back.
> No warning shot and know vocal warning.
> It's the American way.

This is Virginia, not NY or CA.

You are under no obligation to issue a verbal warning, or retreat, or any of that other nonsense. Fear of injury of death is all it takes to justify killing someone who has broken into your home.

So the homeowner gave this kid 2 extra chances to live - verbal warnings and a warning shot. He ignored them both and was killed.

Natural selection works.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: John Wilkes Booth ()
Date: March 27, 2013 12:33PM

Probably doped out of his mind Wrote:
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> I shot Jesse James Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The dumb kid walked up the steps and Wild West
> II
> > shot him in the back.
> > No warning shot and know vocal warning.
> > It's the American way.
>
> This is Virginia, not NY or CA.
It is acceptable to shoot someone in the back in good ole Virginia?
This was once a state on southern gentlemen where shooting someone in the back was an act of cowardice. And very bad taste.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Puddin Aint ()
Date: March 27, 2013 04:22PM

A couple of innocent questions Wrote:
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> So how many rounds would you use?
> What caliber?
> Semi auto or revolver?
> Would you allow your daughter to witness?

My 9mm is loaded with 17-round mags, my .40 with 15-round mags.
(Both loaded with Federal Hydra-Shoks, meant to go in, shred
intrernal organs and not come out the other side.)
Semi auto all the way!
I'd invite my daughter to grab her gun and join in!

Next question?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: March 27, 2013 04:24PM

Puddin Aint Wrote:
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> > (Both loaded with Federal Hydra-Shoks, meant to go
> in, shred
> intrernal organs and not come out the other
> side.)
>

Sounds like my 9mm Black Talons. Go thru you like a spinning saw blade ripping apart anything in it's path! You break in my house at 230am, you could experience the thrill!

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Mk3uK ()
Date: March 27, 2013 04:37PM

libtard Wrote:
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> This was once a state on southern gentlemen where
> shooting someone in the back was an act of
> cowardice. And very bad taste.

Ya, you are going to get shot in the back when you are warned to leave then proceed to make your way into a teenage girls room. You're so stupid it hurts.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Concerned citizen ()
Date: March 27, 2013 04:59PM

Listened to the kids rap songs on youtube. KId sounded like little thug from Harlem or Southeast DC. Nigger this nigger that, bitch,ho, etc. He was very strange individual. Homeowner did the right thing 100 percent. Kids father seems like a real piece of shit.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Correction Officer ()
Date: March 27, 2013 06:13PM

Concerned citizen Wrote:
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> Listened to the kids rap songs on youtube. KId
> sounded like little thug from Harlem or Southeast
> DC. Nigger this nigger that, bitch,ho, etc. He was
> very strange individual. Homeowner did the right
> thing 100 percent. Kids father seems like a real
> piece of shit.

Cheaper to shoot him than keep his ass in prison for
35+ years. Which. Is. Where. He. Was. Headed.

(Plus the cost of the 6-8 kids he'd father by as many
women.)

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: xpHc3 ()
Date: March 27, 2013 06:16PM

rap, I love rap! Where is the video I wanna watch. Please?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Ditto ()
Date: March 27, 2013 06:17PM

Correction Officer Wrote:
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> Concerned citizen Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Listened to the kids rap songs on youtube. KId
> > sounded like little thug from Harlem or
> Southeast
> > DC. Nigger this nigger that, bitch,ho, etc. He
> was
> > very strange individual. Homeowner did the
> right
> > thing 100 percent. Kids father seems like a
> real
> > piece of shit.
>
> Cheaper to shoot him than keep his ass in prison
> for
> 35+ years. Which. Is. Where. He. Was. Headed.
>
> (Plus the cost of the 6-8 kids he'd father by as
> many
> women.)


Kid was a douchebag. Wanted that sweet young white pussy upstairs and instead got a 40 caliber hoolow point in his back.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Philip ()
Date: March 27, 2013 06:32PM

I live less than a mile away from where this incident occurred. The houses all look exactly the same in the neighborhood. I highly doubt the young man had ill intentions when he entered the wrong house; however, if I caught someone breaking into my house at such an hour, I think I would fire first and ask questions later. The entire situation is sad, and I feel bad for everyone affected by this situation.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Christians be a shakin ()
Date: March 27, 2013 06:51PM

Concerned citizen Wrote:
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> Listened to the kids rap songs on youtube. KId
> sounded like little thug from Harlem or Southeast
> DC. Nigger this nigger that, bitch,ho, etc. He was
> very strange individual. Homeowner did the right
> thing 100 percent. Kids father seems like a real
> piece of shit.


Your mangina is showing. Try another brand of panties.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Ditto the dildo ()
Date: March 27, 2013 06:55PM

Ditto Wrote:
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> Correction Officer Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Concerned citizen Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Listened to the kids rap songs on youtube.
> KId
> > > sounded like little thug from Harlem or
> > Southeast
> > > DC. Nigger this nigger that, bitch,ho, etc.
> He
> > was
> > > very strange individual. Homeowner did the
> > right
> > > thing 100 percent. Kids father seems like a
> > real
> > > piece of shit.
> >
> > Cheaper to shoot him than keep his ass in
> prison
> > for
> > 35+ years. Which. Is. Where. He. Was. Headed.
> >
> > (Plus the cost of the 6-8 kids he'd father by
> as
> > many
> > women.)
>
>
> Kid was a douchebag. Wanted that sweet young white
> pussy upstairs and instead got a 40 caliber hoolow
> point in his back.

You are hilarious. But don't move out the basement yet.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: P 20 ()
Date: March 27, 2013 07:17PM

Stop all this bad talk about Caleb. I live in the neighborhood and always had a positive interaction with this young man. He was very respectful and a good person. Yes he rapped. That does not make him bad. Stop this bad talk.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Correctional Officer ()
Date: March 27, 2013 07:18PM

P 20 Wrote:
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> Stop all this bad talk about Caleb. I live in the
> neighborhood and always had a positive interaction
> with this young man. He was very respectful and a
> good person. Yes he rapped. That does not make him
> bad. Stop this bad talk.


Fuck you nigger lover!

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Bottom Line ()
Date: March 27, 2013 07:40PM

Philip Wrote:
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> I highly doubt the young
> man had ill intentions when he entered the wrong
> house;

Then, as oft been repeated here - HE WAS SIMPLY TOO STUPID TO LIVE!

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: March 27, 2013 08:07PM

P 20 Wrote:
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> Stop all this bad talk about Caleb. I live in the
> neighborhood and always had a positive interaction
> with this young man. He was very respectful and a
> good person. Yes he rapped. That does not make him
> bad. Stop this bad talk.

So youre in the "Oooops, I got totally hammered and went in the wrong house window" camp? Well guess what........he may have been the perfect kid (which I doubt) but stupid things happen to stupid people. And have you listened to any cRAP music lately? You cant be a respectful person and make that shit!

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Slupatha ()
Date: March 28, 2013 03:13AM

Stabitha Wrote:
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> Puddin Aint Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > > (Both loaded with Federal Hydra-Shoks, meant
> to go
> > in, shred
> > intrernal organs and not come out the other
> > side.)
> >
>
> Sounds like my 9mm Black Talons. Go thru you like
> a spinning saw blade ripping apart anything in
> it's path! You break in my house at 230am, you
> could experience the thrill!

No one would break into a losers basement so relax, have a few drinks and clean your gun.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: The self centered Stabitha. ()
Date: March 28, 2013 05:24PM

Stabitha Wrote:
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> Puddin Aint Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > > (Both loaded with Federal Hydra-Shoks, meant
> to go
> > in, shred
> > intrernal organs and not come out the other
> > side.)
> >
>
> Sounds like my 9mm Black Talons. Go thru you like
> a spinning saw blade ripping apart anything in
> it's path! You break in my house at 230am, you
> could experience the thrill!

Black Talon ammo hasn't been sold since 2000.
The ammunition was discontinued due to health officials complaints the sharp shrouds of metal cut surgical gloves. You should reevaluate your ammo. Innocent doctors and nurses might be injured from your macho bullshit and paranoia.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: March 28, 2013 05:53PM

The self centered Stabitha. Wrote:
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> >
> Black Talon ammo hasn't been sold since 2000.
> The ammunition was discontinued due to health
> officials complaints the sharp shrouds of metal
> cut surgical gloves. You should reevaluate your
> ammo. Innocent doctors and nurses might be injured
> from your macho bullshit and paranoia.

Cool story bro. Too bad you made it all up.

"Winchester discontinued the Black Talon line completely in 2000. The “Ranger SXT” ammunition sold later by Winchester is very similar to the Black Talon though without the black Lubalox coating on the bullet. Among shooters, a running joke is that SXT stands for “Same eXact Thing", though the official branding is “Supreme eXpansion Technology”. However, there are differences in the anatomy of the bullets which become apparent when carefully examined side by side. The hollow point cavity dimensions and angles of the meplat were altered to enhance reliability of expansion, though the basic "reverse taper" design pioneered by the Black Talon was retained. This "reverse taper" refers to the bullet's jacket being thicker at the tip than toward the base, enhancing rigidity which allows the sharp petals to remain largely perpendicular to the wound path, unlike traditional designs where the expanding jacket petals would peel back almost completely behind the expanded lead mushroom. This difference is obvious after firing into ballistic gelatin.[13] In 2007 Winchester updated their Ranger SXT line and renamed it Ranger T-Series. Besides further dimensional changes to the hollow point for reliable expansion, the distinctive perpendicular petals were made longer yet more rounded at the tips to retain stiffness.

The ammunition was targeted by those opposed to civilian ownership of handguns.[7][8][9] Some medical personnel were concerned that the sharp barb like tips could potentially cause tears in the surgical gloves and hands of the medical workers, exposing them to greater risk of infection,[2] however there are no documented reports of this actually happening.[10] Most jacketed bullet designs that expand expose sharp edges or corners, yet this had not been raised as an issue by any medical group previously"

And no doctors or nurse should get injured digging my bullets out of a corpse!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/28/2013 05:58PM by Stabitha.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: FMJ ()
Date: March 28, 2013 06:01PM

Stabitha Wrote:
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> The self centered Stabitha. Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > >
> > Black Talon ammo hasn't been sold since 2000.
> > The ammunition was discontinued due to health
> > officials complaints the sharp shrouds of metal
> > cut surgical gloves. You should reevaluate your
> > ammo. Innocent doctors and nurses might be
> injured
> > from your macho bullshit and paranoia.
>
> Cool story bro. Too bad you made it all up.
>
> "Winchester discontinued the Black Talon line
> completely in 2000. The “Ranger SXT”
> ammunition sold later by Winchester is very
> similar to the Black Talon though without the
> black Lubalox coating on the bullet. Among
> shooters, a running joke is that SXT stands for
> “Same eXact Thing", though the official branding
> is “Supreme eXpansion Technology”. However,
> there are differences in the anatomy of the
> bullets which become apparent when carefully
> examined side by side. The hollow point cavity
> dimensions and angles of the meplat were altered
> to enhance reliability of expansion, though the
> basic "reverse taper" design pioneered by the
> Black Talon was retained. This "reverse taper"
> refers to the bullet's jacket being thicker at the
> tip than toward the base, enhancing rigidity which
> allows the sharp petals to remain largely
> perpendicular to the wound path, unlike
> traditional designs where the expanding jacket
> petals would peel back almost completely behind
> the expanded lead mushroom. This difference is
> obvious after firing into ballistic gelatin.[13]
> In 2007 Winchester updated their Ranger SXT line
> and renamed it Ranger T-Series. Besides further
> dimensional changes to the hollow point for
> reliable expansion, the distinctive perpendicular
> petals were made longer yet more rounded at the
> tips to retain stiffness.
>
> The ammunition was targeted by those opposed to
> civilian ownership of handguns.[7][8][9] Some
> medical personnel were concerned that the sharp
> barb like tips could potentially cause tears in
> the surgical gloves and hands of the medical
> workers, exposing them to greater risk of
> infection,[2] however there are no documented
> reports of this actually happening.[10] Most
> jacketed bullet designs that expand expose sharp
> edges or corners, yet this had not been raised as
> an issue by any medical group previously"
>
> And no doctors or nurse should get injured digging
> my bullets out of a corpse!

Isn't it amazing how people can make this kind of shit up in order
to try and inject themselves into issues they don't know a damned
thing about?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: FMJ ()
Date: March 28, 2013 06:03PM

FMJ Wrote:
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> Stabitha Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The self centered Stabitha. Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > >
> > > Black Talon ammo hasn't been sold since 2000.
> > > The ammunition was discontinued due to health
> > > officials complaints the sharp shrouds of
> metal
> > > cut surgical gloves. You should reevaluate
> your
> > > ammo. Innocent doctors and nurses might be
> > injured
> > > from your macho bullshit and paranoia.
> >
> > Cool story bro. Too bad you made it all up.
> >
> > "Winchester discontinued the Black Talon line
> > completely in 2000. The “Ranger SXT”
> > ammunition sold later by Winchester is very
> > similar to the Black Talon though without the
> > black Lubalox coating on the bullet. Among
> > shooters, a running joke is that SXT stands for
> > “Same eXact Thing", though the official
> branding
> > is “Supreme eXpansion Technology”. However,
> > there are differences in the anatomy of the
> > bullets which become apparent when carefully
> > examined side by side. The hollow point cavity
> > dimensions and angles of the meplat were
> altered
> > to enhance reliability of expansion, though the
> > basic "reverse taper" design pioneered by the
> > Black Talon was retained. This "reverse taper"
> > refers to the bullet's jacket being thicker at
> the
> > tip than toward the base, enhancing rigidity
> which
> > allows the sharp petals to remain largely
> > perpendicular to the wound path, unlike
> > traditional designs where the expanding jacket
> > petals would peel back almost completely behind
> > the expanded lead mushroom. This difference is
> > obvious after firing into ballistic
> gelatin.[13]
> > In 2007 Winchester updated their Ranger SXT
> line
> > and renamed it Ranger T-Series. Besides further
> > dimensional changes to the hollow point for
> > reliable expansion, the distinctive
> perpendicular
> > petals were made longer yet more rounded at the
> > tips to retain stiffness.
> >
> > The ammunition was targeted by those opposed to
> > civilian ownership of handguns.[7][8][9] Some
> > medical personnel were concerned that the sharp
> > barb like tips could potentially cause tears in
> > the surgical gloves and hands of the medical
> > workers, exposing them to greater risk of
> > infection,[2] however there are no documented
> > reports of this actually happening.[10] Most
> > jacketed bullet designs that expand expose
> sharp
> > edges or corners, yet this had not been raised
> as
> > an issue by any medical group previously"
> >
> > And no doctors or nurse should get injured
> digging
> > my bullets out of a corpse!
>
> Isn't it amazing how people can make this kind of
> shit up in order
> to try and inject themselves into issues they
> don't know a damned
> thing about?

I believe these were what the anti-Constitutionalists/Marsixts
referred to as "cop killer bullets" so they could try and
demonize.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Cut and paste, stabitha ()
Date: March 28, 2013 07:16PM

Gee Stabitha, you be the man


Two boxes of Black Talon ammo in 10mm Auto
Black Talon is a type of ammunition that was introduced by Winchester Ammunition in 1991 primarily for law enforcement and self-defense. This hollow-point ammunition became known for its bullet's unique construction and sharp petal shape after expansion following impact with tissue or other wet media.[1] Black Talon ammunition was produced in the following calibers: 9mm Luger, 10mm Auto, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum, .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester, .338 Winchester Magnum, and .30-06 Springfield.
Contents  [hide] 
1 Overview
2 Response
3 Current status
3.1 PDX1
4 See also
5 References
[edit]Overview



Two rounds of .45ACP
The Black Talon handgun bullet is a jacketed hollow-point bullet with perforations designed to expose sharp edges upon expansion.[2] The bullet included a Lubalox coating, a proprietary oxide process.[3] Though widely misreported to be Teflon, molybdenum disulfide, or wax, the ammo has an unusual black appearance compared to other copper-jacketed or lead bullets. The black appearance was due to the oxidized copper jacket. This Lubalox coating was to protect the barrel rifling, and did not give the bullet armor-piercing capabilities. This coating is still widely used on many of Winchester's rifle bullets today.[4]
The bullet was designed in 1991 under the supervision of Alan Corzine, who at that time was VP of research and development for Winchester.[5] The round quickly developed a reputation as a very effective expanding bullet. The alleged armor-piercing notion is urban legend, and was a result of media hyperbole—rather than test or field data from actual shootings considering the short time it was on the market. Col Leonard J. Supenski of the Baltimore County police department said "It has the stopping power that police officers need and it is less likely to ricochet or go through the bad guy,"[2] something that could be said of any reliably expanding hollow-point. Despite its unique design, the Black Talon was found to be comparable in performance to conventional hollow-points. Black Talon pistol loads are not loaded to higher working pressures or higher velocities "+P" loadings for like and different calibers.
The first shooting which brought critical media attention to Black Talon was by Gian Luigi Ferri, who used Black Talon and other ammunition to shoot 15 people at a San Francisco law office in 1993; nine of whom died (the 101 California Street shootings). Dr. Boyd Stevens, the San Francisco Medical Examiner who performed the autopsies, later reported at the 1994 International Wound Ballistics Association's conference in Sacramento that the wound trauma caused by Black Talons was unremarkable and that all victims died due to penetration of a vital structure.[6]
The rifle version did not share the handgun bullet's barbed petal design and was basically a solid copper hollow-point with a hollowed out rear shank containing a lead core in a steel liner to prevent jacket rupture thus maintaining necessary penetration in tough game. This ammunition line was renamed Fail Safe.
[edit]Response



Black Talon .40S&W
The ammunition was targeted by those opposed to civilian ownership of handguns.[7][8][9] Some medical personnel were concerned that the sharp barb like tips could potentially cause tears in the surgical gloves and hands of the medical workers, exposing them to greater risk of infection,[2] however there are no documented reports of this actually happening.[10] Most jacketed bullet designs that expand expose sharp edges or corners, yet this had not been raised as an issue by any medical group previously.[original research?]
The ammunition was used by the gunman of the 1993 Long Island Railroad mass murder for his Ruger P-89 9mm pistol. In 1996 a lawsuit was subsequently filed by one of the victim's family members (McCarthy v. Sturm, Ruger and Co., Inc., 916 F.Supp. 366 (S.D.N.Y., 1996)) claiming that Olin Corp. should be liable for the shooting spree based on the design, manufacture, marketing, and sale of Black Talon ammunition. The claims against Olin were dismissed because it was held that the bullets were not defectively designed.[11]
In 1993 Winchester removed the ammunition from public sale,[12] but at no time was Black Talon ammunition uniformly prohibited by law. Winchester's Ranger SXT line of ammunition is of the same basic design.
[edit]Current status

Winchester discontinued the Black Talon line completely in 2000. The “Ranger SXT” ammunition sold later by Winchester is very similar to the Black Talon though without the black Lubalox coating on the bullet. Among shooters, a running joke is that SXT stands for “Same eXact Thing", though the official branding is “Supreme eXpansion Technology”. However, there are differences in the anatomy of the bullets which become apparent when carefully examined side by side. The hollow point cavity dimensions and angles of the meplat were altered to enhance reliability of expansion, though the basic "reverse taper" design pioneered by the Black Talon was retained. This "reverse taper" refers to the bullet's jacket being thicker at the tip than toward the base, enhancing rigidity which allows the sharp petals to remain largely perpendicular to the wound path, unlike traditional designs where the expanding jacket petals would peel back almost completely behind the expanded lead mushroom. This difference is obvious after firing into ballistic gelatin.[13] In 2007 Winchester updated their Ranger SXT line and renamed it Ranger T-Series. Besides further dimensional changes to the hollow point for reliable expansion, the distinctive perpendicular petals were made longer yet more rounded at the tips to retain stiffness.
[edit]PDX1
In 2009 Winchester-Olin released a new hollow point bullet in its Supreme Elite line of handgun ammunition called the Bonded PDX1.[14] It is similar to the Ranger SXT series and, therefore, the older Black Talon line in its structure, and is available in several calibers and loadings. The most obvious difference from the SXT is that the bonded design, meant to maintain structural integrity through difficult intermediate barriers like auto-glass, largely prevents the sharp petals from peeling away from the lead core and fully protruding into the wound track. The .40 S&W PDX1 cartridge is the primary service ammunition of the FBI.[15] The PDX1 series is also available for purchase by civilian shooters. Further, the only difference between ammunition marked "Law Enforcement" and its unmarked version is that the Federal excise tax which is normally paid by the manufacturer on certain sporting goods, firearms, and ammunition (a major source of wildlife conservation funding) is not paid. Once that tax is paid, it is perfectly legal to sell the ammo via any legal channel. There is no law that prohibits civilians from buying ammunition marked "Law Enforcement," which some of the Ranger line has printed on the box (as do other lines of ammunition.)
[edit]See also

Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Black Talon
Full metal jacket bullet
Soft point bullet
Terminal ballistics
Jacketed hollow point
[edit]References

^ Carter, Gregg Lee (2002). Guns In American Society: An Encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO. p. 64. ISBN 978-1-57607-268-4.
^ a b c A Tax Debate Focuses on Destruction Science by Ronald Smothers, The New York Times, November 7, 1993
^ "WINCHESTER LUBALOX COATED BULLETS FACT SHEET & FAQs\"].
^ "Biting the Bullets", Op/ED in the Washington Post, January 14, 1995.
^ Hex Bullet Hi-Jinx: Taurus' capable copper bullet by Charles E. Petty, American Handgunner, March 10, 2003.
^ http://www.firearmstactical.com/briefs2.htm#Black-Talon
^ "High-Tech Death From Winchester", The New York Times, November 13, 1993.
^ "These are bullets that are strictly used to maim and kill", "IN PERSON; On the Other Side of the Divide", by Debbie Galant, The New York Times, March 17, 1996.
^ "Cleverness - and luck", Evan Thomas and Russell Watson, Newsweek, May 1, 1995.
^ "[N]o injuries have been reported to medical professionals removing the bullets" in "Police use new brand of bullets Surgeon says removal may endanger doctors" by Dan R. Barber, The Dallas Morning News, July 6, 1993.
^ McCarthy v. Sturm, Ruger and Co., Inc., 916 F.Supp. 366 (S.D.N.Y., 1996).
^ "Winchester to Limit Sales of Controversial Bullet", by Pierre Thomas, Washington Post, November 23, 1993.
^ "Supreme Expansion Technology".
^ http://www.policeone.com/police-products/firearms/accessories/press-releases/1781067-New-Winchester-reg-Bonded-PDX1-trade-Superior-Personal-Protection-Ammunition/
^ http://www.winchester.com/Products/handgun-ammunition/supreme-elite/bonded-pdx1/Pages/default.aspx

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: March 28, 2013 07:39PM

^ haha what you thought I wrote out all that shit? You are pretty dumb.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: March 28, 2013 08:48PM

By the way, I have about 250 rounds of 9mm Black Talons. Wonder what that's worth these days?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Dick Hertz. ()
Date: March 28, 2013 08:55PM

Cut and paste, stabitha Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Gee Stabitha, you be the man
>
>
> Two boxes of Black Talon ammo in 10mm Auto
> Black Talon is a type of ammunition that was
> introduced by Winchester Ammunition in 1991
> primarily for law enforcement and self-defense.
> This hollow-point ammunition became known for its
> bullet's unique construction and sharp petal shape
> after expansion following impact with tissue or
> other wet media.[1] Black Talon ammunition was
> produced in the following calibers: 9mm Luger,
> 10mm Auto, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .357 Magnum, .44
> Magnum, .300 Winchester Magnum, .308 Winchester,
> .338 Winchester Magnum, and .30-06 Springfield.
> Contents  [hide] 
> 1 Overview
> 2 Response
> 3 Current status
> 3.1 PDX1
> 4 See also
> 5 References
> [edit]Overview
>


Yeah, the embedded html tags and footnotes didn't fool you. LOL It was obvious that was a c&p. You're a regular Dick Tracy

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Your Neighbor ()
Date: March 30, 2013 12:10AM

I know this guy...and he is well-educated, kind, and has dedicated much of his life to community service. He's not a redneck yahoo looking for trouble.

Yes, what happened was extremely unfortunate, but the shooter did not cause the situation. The shooter did not sneak out of his parents' home, drink under age, drink to the point of being blind drunk, break into a stranger's house, ignore the burglar alarm, ignore verbal warnings to leave the home, or shove past the homeowner on the way toward the family bedrooms. That was all Caleb. Caleb owns this shooting...not the homeowner.

Seriously, Caleb's parents don't even blame the shooter.

I would hate to be in shooter’s shoes right now (or in the future) for both legal and personal reasons, but for the record, if you break into my house tonight, I will kill you. I don't want to, but I guarantee that you will regret waking me up in the middle of the night by breaking and entering.

If it's a mistake, I'll feel horribly. Yes, I will "feel", because I will still be alive. You will not feel anything. You will be dead.

Pile on cesspool lifeguards, but this is a fact. Guess my house.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: I hope you are not. ()
Date: March 30, 2013 06:40AM

Your Neighbor Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> I know this guy...and he is well-educated, kind,
> and has dedicated much of his life to community
> service. He's not a redneck yahoo looking for
> trouble.
>
> Yes, what happened was extremely unfortunate, but
> the shooter did not cause the situation. The
> shooter did not sneak out of his parents' home,
> drink under age, drink to the point of being blind
> drunk, break into a stranger's house, ignore the
> burglar alarm, ignore verbal warnings to leave the
> home, or shove past the homeowner on the way
> toward the family bedrooms. That was all Caleb.
> Caleb owns this shooting...not the homeowner.
>
> Seriously, Caleb's parents don't even blame the
> shooter.
>
> I would hate to be in shooter’s shoes right now
> (or in the future) for both legal and personal
> reasons, but for the record, if you break into my
> house tonight, I will kill you. I don't want to,
> but I guarantee that you will regret waking me up
> in the middle of the night by breaking and
> entering.
>
> If it's a mistake, I'll feel horribly. Yes, I
> will "feel", because I will still be alive. You
> will not feel anything. You will be dead.
>
> Pile on cesspool lifeguards, but this is a fact.
> Guess my house.

You are full of shit and probably drunk. Get a life, loser. Someone who is responsible doesn't post this crap at midnight.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Like post ()
Date: March 30, 2013 06:49AM

Your Neighbor Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> I know this guy...and he is well-educated, kind,
> and has dedicated much of his life to community
> service. He's not a redneck yahoo looking for
> trouble.
>
> Yes, what happened was extremely unfortunate, but
> the shooter did not cause the situation. The
> shooter did not sneak out of his parents' home,
> drink under age, drink to the point of being blind
> drunk, break into a stranger's house, ignore the
> burglar alarm, ignore verbal warnings to leave the
> home, or shove past the homeowner on the way
> toward the family bedrooms. That was all Caleb.
> Caleb owns this shooting...not the homeowner.
>
> Seriously, Caleb's parents don't even blame the
> shooter.
>
> I would hate to be in shooter’s shoes right now
> (or in the future) for both legal and personal
> reasons, but for the record, if you break into my
> house tonight, I will kill you. I don't want to,
> but I guarantee that you will regret waking me up
> in the middle of the night by breaking and
> entering.
>
> If it's a mistake, I'll feel horribly. Yes, I
> will "feel", because I will still be alive. You
> will not feel anything. You will be dead.
>
> Pile on cesspool lifeguards, but this is a fact.
> Guess my house.

Okay post.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: White guys now wear panties ()
Date: March 30, 2013 07:55AM

Like post Wrote:
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> Your Neighbor Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I know this guy...and he is well-educated,
> kind,
> > and has dedicated much of his life to community
> > service. He's not a redneck yahoo looking for
> > trouble.
> >
> > Yes, what happened was extremely unfortunate,
> but
> > the shooter did not cause the situation. The
> > shooter did not sneak out of his parents' home,
> > drink under age, drink to the point of being
> blind
> > drunk, break into a stranger's house, ignore
> the
> > burglar alarm, ignore verbal warnings to leave
> the
> > home, or shove past the homeowner on the way
> > toward the family bedrooms. That was all Caleb.
>
> > Caleb owns this shooting...not the homeowner.
> >
> > Seriously, Caleb's parents don't even blame the
> > shooter.
> >
> > I would hate to be in shooter’s shoes right
> now
> > (or in the future) for both legal and personal
> > reasons, but for the record, if you break into
> my
> > house tonight, I will kill you. I don't want
> to,
> > but I guarantee that you will regret waking me
> up
> > in the middle of the night by breaking and
> > entering.
> >
> > If it's a mistake, I'll feel horribly. Yes, I
> > will "feel", because I will still be alive.
> You
> > will not feel anything. You will be dead.
> >
> > Pile on cesspool lifeguards, but this is a fact.
>
> > Guess my house.
>
> Okay post.

This jerk is just another fat white paranoid wannabe who feels tough because he bought a gun. And watched to many movies.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: March 30, 2013 08:26AM

@White - yeah, how DARE the asshole defend his home.

HEY YOU RACIST PIECE OF FUCK! GET YOUR ASS OUT OF HERE WITH YR FUCKING IGNORANT ASS BULLSHIT!!

p.s. I notice the race-focused jackass doesnt mention the dead kid, condolences, or anything like that at all in his thread. Is ONLY focus on race

well....................also notice his MAIN focus is on that fireman's panties

Guess we all know what he REALLY wants to know about this case LoLz

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: 3nTLU ()
Date: March 30, 2013 09:24AM

Gordon Blvd Wrote:
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> @White - yeah, how DARE the asshole defend his
> home.
>
> HEY YOU RACIST PIECE OF FUCK! GET YOUR ASS OUT OF
> HERE WITH YR FUCKING IGNORANT ASS BULLSHIT!!
>
> p.s. I notice the race-focused jackass doesnt
> mention the dead kid, condolences, or anything
> like that at all in his thread. Is ONLY focus on
> race
>
> well....................also notice his MAIN focus
> is on that fireman's panties
>
> Guess we all know what he REALLY wants to know
> about this case LoLz
>
> pic unrelated


Speaking of panties, your's sure do seem to be in quite the wad this morning troll baby. Maybe "all your friends" here will give you another $10 LoLzzzzzzz.


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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: March 30, 2013 07:03PM

>
> Speaking of panties, your's sure do seem to be in
> quite the wad this morning troll baby. Maybe "all
> your friends" here will give you another $10
> LoLzzzzzzz.
>
>
> .
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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Jack406 ()
Date: March 30, 2013 09:21PM

How do we know that the kid climbed the stairs, walked past the homeowner, and then was shot in the back?

Maybe he climbed in the window, heard the homeowner yell at him, and then turned to climb out the window and was shot in the back trying to leave the house.

Maybe after he shot him in the back trying to get out the window, the homeowner fired the warning shot to cover his ass.

Why is there no report from the police? I keep hearing they are trying to decide if they should charge someone. Would that be the homeowner? It can't be the kid who was murdered!

It might be the adult who allowed alcohol at a party for teens - if the adult was aware of the party.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Clobbersaurus ()
Date: March 30, 2013 09:42PM

Is the kid still dead? Just checking.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Dane Bramage ()
Date: March 30, 2013 09:54PM

Clobbersaurus Wrote:
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> Is the kid still dead? Just checking.


Easter isn't until tomorrow.

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“We don’t have any rude, unpleasant people here. We’re different!”

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Clobbersaurus ()
Date: March 31, 2013 12:41AM

Dane Bramage Wrote:
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> Clobbersaurus Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Is the kid still dead? Just checking.
>
>
> Easter isn't until tomorrow.


I see what you did there.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Dame Brainless ()
Date: March 31, 2013 03:25PM

Dane Bramage Wrote:
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> Clobbersaurus Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Is the kid still dead? Just checking.
>
>
> Easter isn't until tomorrow.

Using a quote from Stephen King. Very original.
Read the book in high School?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Your Neighbor ()
Date: April 01, 2013 11:53PM

Home invasion? By a thief or violet prior felon...who may be armed. NEVER happens!

Oh, except for these two last month:

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/news-releases/2013/032213armedmenarrested.htm

...and others.




But that scares me! It can't be true!!! I want mommy government to take care of me 24x7. I know they will be there in two seconds if I need them. I KNOW IT. JUST LIKE MOMMY. If no law abiding citizens have guns, then I'll be safe! Waaaaahhhhh! Mommy!!!!



Break into my home and you will die. Fact. Guess my house.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Another badass with the keyboard ()
Date: April 02, 2013 07:17AM

Your Neighbor Wrote:
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> Home invasion? By a thief or violet prior
> felon...who may be armed. NEVER happens!
>
> Oh, except for these two last month:
>
> http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/news-releases/
> 2013/032213armedmenarrested.htm
>
> ...and others.
>
>
>
>
> But that scares me! It can't be true!!! I want
> mommy government to take care of me 24x7. I know
> they will be there in two seconds if I need them.
> I KNOW IT. JUST LIKE MOMMY. If no law abiding
> citizens have guns, then I'll be safe!
> Waaaaahhhhh! Mommy!!!!
>
>
>
> Break into my home and you will die. Fact. Guess
> my house.

Everyone no's you are the internet rambo. Another anonymous poster who has watched to many movies and wants some attention. The time of your post reflects alot about you.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Bad choices catch up to you... ()
Date: April 02, 2013 09:06AM

Stabitha Wrote:
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> So youre in the "Oooops, I got totally hammered
> and went in the wrong house window" camp? Well
> guess what........he may have been the perfect kid
> (which I doubt) but stupid things happen to stupid
> people. And have you listened to any cRAP music
> lately? You cant be a respectful person and make
> that shit!

I don't buy the story that he was a good kid who never did anything like this before.

It reminds me of the Len Bias fiasco, and his mother/friends' claim that he never ever took drugs before THAT night. Sure , sure.

That kid probably snuck out of the house and got drunk every weekend. His friend that drove him home was probably trashed too. And when the toxicology report comes back I'm guessing he had more than just alcohol in his system.

BTW, where the hell is the toxicology report? Its been almost 2 weeks.

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are y'all still going on about this?
Posted by: Gordon Blvd ()
Date: April 02, 2013 09:30AM

why the FUCK do you need a tox report, Bad - everybody and their mother knows kid was drunk.

This story is as dead as .......................well, I'm not going there.

but GEEZ, ppl - get over it. Aint nothing more to say about this other than charging and prosecuting the ppl who gave those children alcohol and helped get one of them killed.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Now and Then ()
Date: April 02, 2013 09:50AM

I have a question, after the two friends helped this kid through the window, did they just leave? Didn't this kid that got shot notice that the interior of his house looked completely different? Was he that wasted? There are still a few questions circling around this that I think once answered will put this all to rest.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Hallucinogens? ()
Date: April 02, 2013 10:15AM

Now and Then Wrote:
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> I have a question, after the two friends helped
> this kid through the window, did they just leave?
> Didn't this kid that got shot notice that the
> interior of his house looked completely different?
> Was he that wasted? There are still a few
> questions circling around this that I think once
> answered will put this all to rest.

He also ignored the fact there was a stranger yelling at him to leave, and then shooting at him.

There's no way it was just alcohol, he was doped up on something. And it had to be something hard, there's no way weed did that.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: 911 call ()
Date: April 02, 2013 12:59PM

Screw the tox report. WHERE THE HELL IS THE 911 TAPE???

Let's hear Rambo's warnings and shots.....

How many shots....where?? Details would be nice.

Hey Barney in Loudoun, get off your ass, and do your job.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Now and Then ()
Date: April 02, 2013 02:15PM

911 call Wrote:
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> Screw the tox report. WHERE THE HELL IS THE 911
> TAPE???
>
> Let's hear Rambo's warnings and shots.....
>
> How many shots....where?? Details would be nice.
>
> Hey Barney in Loudoun, get off your ass, and do
> your job.
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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: stui ()
Date: April 02, 2013 09:14PM

Hallucinogens? Wrote:
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> Now and Then Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I have a question, after the two friends helped
> > this kid through the window, did they just
> leave?
> > Didn't this kid that got shot notice that the
> > interior of his house looked completely
> different?
> > Was he that wasted? There are still a few
> > questions circling around this that I think
> once
> > answered will put this all to rest.
>
> He also ignored the fact there was a stranger
> yelling at him to leave, and then shooting at
> him.
>
> There's no way it was just alcohol, he was doped
> up on something. And it had to be something hard,
> there's no way weed did that.


Im guessing LSD,PCP, or Heroin. If he were really just drunk he wouldnt have been able to sneak in window. This was either an attempted rape of 16 year old sleeping or the kid was on a bad acid trip. My guess is a combination of both.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stabitha ()
Date: April 02, 2013 09:24PM

Does it seem this whole affair has been kinda swept under the rug and forgotten? I was hoping to hear the version of what happened from his cohorts who pushed him thru the wrong window.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: stui ()
Date: April 02, 2013 09:34PM

Stabitha Wrote:
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> Does it seem this whole affair has been kinda
> swept under the rug and forgotten? I was hoping to
> hear the version of what happened from his cohorts
> who pushed him thru the wrong window.


I used to get drunk and high in highschool but would never go home until fairly sober. At least I would try to throw up which usually works pretty good. This whole case stinks. Nothing makes sense. I think he wanted some sweet young white pussy upstairs. Nobody is that fucking stupid drunk to get hoisted through window of wrong house and think it is your house. I need more info from his so called friends who supposedly hoisted him in wrong house. What are they saying?

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Drunk and stoned ()
Date: April 02, 2013 09:45PM

I never grew up with these cookie cutter homes of today but it MAY be possible given the small lots and likeness of these homes to be confused.

Given that how the hell did he go upstairs with an alarm blaring and still not realize he was in the wrong house. I guess we can chalk it up to him being a stupid young man.

Nobody every wants to kill someone. The owner of this home will never be the same.

Sad story.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Stupid is as Stabitha does ()
Date: September 14, 2013 11:48PM

Stabitha Wrote:
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> I really dont think 230am with a burglar alarm
> sounding is the ideal time to introduce yourself
> to your neighbor.
>
> You cant fix stupid. Well, I take that back. In
> this case a bullet did!

2,893 posts in five months.
You're right about one thing. You can't fix stupid.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: Oh Contrare ()
Date: September 15, 2013 04:49AM

Drunk and stoned Wrote:
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> Sad story.

Actually, it's pretty funny.

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Re: Sterling shooting
Posted by: u9CCP ()
Date: December 04, 2016 07:39AM

C MAC Wrote:
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> I know we are in Fairfax, but does anyone know
> what the fuck happened with that kid getting shot
> to death? How many shots were fired? The kid
> apparently lived two houses down. Was he that
> wasted that he walked in someone elses door? Wasnt
> the front door locked? Something doesnt smell
> right.

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