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    Girl, 8, told mom about park shooting on dying dad's phone

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    VALRICO David James, an Air Force vet who served in Iraq, was shot after an argument with a neighbor over skateboarders at a park, deputies say.

    Eight-year-old Danielle James was playing basketball with her stepfather when she saw him get hit by a bullet. As David James lay dying, the Valrico girl picked up his cell phone and called her mother, Kanina.
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    Deputies arrested the man and released him without being charged.
    What? I'm confused. Is it just they're not holding him, or they've actually let him go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riana View Post
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    What? I'm confused. Is it just they're not holding him, or they've actually let him go?
    From my experience you need more than a heated argument to shoot a person, like the possibly of threat of life.
    Last edited by zack991; 09-27-2010 at 10:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riana View Post
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    What? I'm confused. Is it just they're not holding him, or they've actually let him go?
    I dunno. You know as much as I do.
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