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Armed robber shot and killed. Family
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have weapon at work.

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Posted By: poster, 10/13/2019 7:53:18 PM

Remember that time you got pulled over for going 55 in a 30 with an expired registration? And remember how the cop wrote you two tickets? Do you remember thinking, “well, I shouldn’t have been speeding and I should have renewed my registration? But if I am being honest, I am really in the situation because that cop had the nerve to pull me over and hold me responsible for my choices.” Pretty sound logic, huh? But that is the logic being used by the family of a 23-year old Ohio man, who was shot and killed while trying to rob a Dollar General store at gun point.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: hershey 10/13/2019 8:17:35 PM (No. 206553)
Probably democrap voters...
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Reply 2 - Posted by: coobr03 10/13/2019 8:22:08 PM (No. 206557)
dindu nuffin A pejorative term used to mock Blacks that commit crimes, and the excuses that's made for them. Derived from wailing family membe that claim that they "didn't do anything wrong".
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Reply 3 - Posted by: TJM 10/13/2019 8:33:33 PM (No. 206564)
I love a story with a happy ending. Will the decedent be voting Demtard in the next election?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Osprey21 10/13/2019 8:45:13 PM (No. 206568)
Proof positive that free .gov cheese and coddling rots the brain.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Safari Man 10/13/2019 9:36:30 PM (No. 206596)
Ten siblings?!? Your tax dollars at work.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DVC 10/13/2019 9:41:52 PM (No. 206599)
Thank the clerk for making the world a better place.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Muncsdad 10/13/2019 10:05:17 PM (No. 206621)
I will make it a point to stop at a Dollar General tomorrow!
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Reply 8 - Posted by: JunkYardDog 10/13/2019 10:14:44 PM (No. 206627)
Dindu nuffin....that's all I can say.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Nashville 10/13/2019 10:25:38 PM (No. 206633)
Interesting, reads like Dollar General allows carry at work. Good for them.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bgarrett 10/13/2019 10:30:13 PM (No. 206634)
There was a black woman complaining after her son was killed robbing a store. She said,"Hows he supposed to get his money?"
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Reply 11 - Posted by: padiva 10/13/2019 10:57:08 PM (No. 206650)
Note to Self: Shop at Dollar General
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Reply 12 - Posted by: ZeldaFitzg 10/13/2019 11:01:32 PM (No. 206654)
#10, apparently that is a common excuse these days. I saw a similar interview after a robber was shot climbing in the window of a home. His relative phrased it a little bit differently: "How he suh-pos'd get he money?"
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Reply 13 - Posted by: JHHolliday 10/13/2019 11:45:12 PM (No. 206660)
Ten siblings? Many years ago a Nobel prize winner, Dr. William Shockley, wrote a book called “Race and Reason”. His theory was that the smarter blacks born into the welfare ghettos get wise to the dysfunction around them and figure out a way to get out and lead productive lives. The rest with lower intelligence are left to breed together and get into what he called a sort of reverse evolution. They get dumber and dumber...sort of like if you took the worst of a litter of pups and bred just those for several generations. He was, of course, vilified to the extreme. Fortunately he got the Nobel (inventing the transistor) before he wrote the book. This sort of comment by the sister reinforces Dr. Shockley’s theory.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 10/14/2019 12:00:24 AM (No. 206667)
You have to understand this is how they think. Here a 13 year old shot a 25 year old dead. What would the family have said if he had shot and killed the clerk ? Self defense ? We don't need guns off the street. We need stolen guns off the street.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Trigger2 10/14/2019 1:42:02 AM (No. 206717)
That so-called family is just looking for a payday. It seems to work everywhere its tried.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Hazymac 10/14/2019 9:20:31 AM (No. 206897)
Here is the video of the failed Metro PCS armed robbery in Philadelphia. The entire incident took about 12 seconds from beginning to end. There was no time for the clerk to think things through. He looked at the wrong end of a gun held by a potential killer, perfectly timed his draw, and ended the threat with finality. When the robber entered the store, his gun was in his left hand and he used his right hand to fling over the counter the bag for the stolen phones and cash. Prefatory to walking around the counter and collecting his loot from the helpless clerk, he turned slightly to the right and transferred his gun from to his right hand..The clerk, who had a concealed carry license and a weapon under his belt (probably a Glock 19, which is a 9x19mm pistol with a capacity of 15+1), waited until the robber had turned his shoulder, then drew (in 1.5 seconds) and fired. One of the first two bullets likely struck the perp in his head. He went down. But when he went down his gun was still in his hand. Even a mortally wounded criminal with less than ten seconds of life left in him might be able to raise his pistol one last time and kill the one who just shot him. An armed defender facing a potentially deadly attacker cannot take any chances of allowing a second attack. Hence, mag dump. One might conclude that the surviving family members, complaining that their armed robber brother got bumped off, train themselves to be armed robbers. Perhaps this decedent was a particularly promising robber that others were depending upon. You pays your money, you takes your chance. You're dead a long time.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Rotten in Denmark 10/14/2019 3:51:46 PM (No. 207281)
What numbah 2 said, in SPADES.
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