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Thread: 12 year old gunned down trick or treating

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    Yeah I just read an article about that. That makes me sick.

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    Makes me sick as well...

    One problem people also need to work on in convicting are dumb ass FFLs who sell weapons to felons. They do exist and they are still out there. People complain about the source of firearms being the issue to crime like this, stop the source. Whether it be corrupt FFLs, illegally imported firearms, people who are intentionally selling their firearms to a felon, etc.

    I'd love to find out where people like the shooter obtained the AK47, then bust their balls with a hammer.
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    In another story i read the guy heard a knock at the front door and just opened fire .

    Full mag thru the door and wall

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    He thought the trick-or- treaters were coming to rob him and opened fire on them ,killing one and injuring two others.

    I smell a gas chamber for this stupid MF....To bad we don't use firing squads anymore...



    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,445870,00.html

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    Doug Huffman wrote: Wow, are most gun owners this racist?

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    I don't know where you got 'gun owners' from on the internet. Maybe most Americans are this racist/culturist. I am and I sign my real name.

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    This one hits too close to home. My son and 2 1/2 year old grandson were within a block of this house trick or treating when this happened, chosen because it's a safe and quiet neighborhood close to a party they had just left. He heard the shots and at first thought they were fireworks.

    Ourcondolences go out to the family and I hope the perpetrator burns in hell.
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    In case anyone didnt know (and Im not defending the guy), Halloween was weird this year because there was some kind of gang initiation in our area and white women were the target. They were to trick or treat and just kill the woman who answered the door. It freaked alot of people out.

    The local Law Enforcement guys confirmed this which would be a hate crime and an act of terrorism.

    I live too far out for trick or treaters but I would have left my light off if I lived in town where the kids were going door to door this year.

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