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    Road Rage - Indiana Man while driving through Madison Co. Kentucky

    Saw this on the news this morning. Wow!!!

    http://www.foxlexington.com/newsroom...i75-2705.shtml
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Diealotz View Post
    Saw this on the news this morning. Wow!!! http://www.foxlexington.com/newsroom...i75-2705.shtml
    Please use the advanced editor to correct the title to Indiana and avoid the inadvertency.
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    Wow. I'll be keeping an eye on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    Please use the advanced editor to correct the title to Indiana and avoid the inadvertency.
    Done, not sure if it worked but I tried...

    From what I saw on the video, the guy pointed the pistol at the other driver and from what was reported, fired a shot. TV news said the rager is medical staff at a correctional facility however the posted story doesn't specify his occupation at the correctional facility.

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    In video, they say the road rager is the prison's doctor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhfc View Post
    In video, they say the road rager is the prison's doctor.
    Perhaps he can write himself an Anti-Dumbass prescription
    Last edited by Sir Diealotz; 10-01-2013 at 12:41 PM.

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    Interesting they have grades of road rage, extreme being the worst.

    Goes to show you - don't eat the prison food...

    (glad he's a bad shot, too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick9 View Post
    Interesting they have grades of road rage, extreme being the worst.

    Goes to show you - don't eat the prison food...

    (glad he's a bad shot, too).
    now that's FUNNY! Perhaps he was upset at the thought of brunch in the hole

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    Re: Road Rage - Indian Man while driving through Madison Co. Kentucky

    Maybe it goes to show how some people in the "system" think they can do just about anything. Glad he will get to see it from the other side of the bars now.
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    "I was concerned for everyone's safety. I could get his plate and report it to police and let them follow up on it. I didn't expect to get shot at in the process," said David Kollar.



    One should expect the unexpected .... not really feeling sorry for this tattle-tale myself

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    Morning news says this guy has been arraigned and has pleaded not quilty. Really? It's on video...

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    Wow! That guy's a doctor? Maybe he should start self-medicating himself with some valium, prozac & sodium cyanide....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Diealotz View Post
    Morning news says this guy has been arraigned and has pleaded not quilty. Really? It's on video...
    In Kentucky individuals appear in District Court for arraignment. This is a misdemeanor court and do not deal with felony arrest, other than to enter a plea of not guilty and schedule further hearings or set bond.

    Circuit Court is felony court and the Commonwealth Attorney handles these type cases.

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    I think his job at the CF is toast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOverlay View Post
    In Kentucky individuals appear in District Court for arraignment. This is a misdemeanor court and do not deal with felony arrest, other than to enter a plea of not guilty and schedule further hearings or set bond.

    Circuit Court is felony court and the Commonwealth Attorney handles these type cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Diealotz View Post
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    I was trying to provide some information as to why he could not plead guilty at arraignment even though it was recorded on video.

    I am not sure what your reply was trying to say, so I'll just say your welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOverlay View Post
    I was trying to provide some information as to why he could not plead guilty at arraignment even though it was recorded on video.

    I am not sure what your reply was trying to say, so I'll just say your welcome.
    Thank you

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    Saw this on the news. what a dumb ass, why would you do that? duh

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