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    "They called 911."

    Who are the THEY? I thought there was only "one."

    http://www.wkow.com/Global/story.asp?S=13237872

    MADISON (WKOW) -- What would you do if you saw five people walk into a Culver's restaurant wearing guns on their hips? Some diners called 911.

    The individuals were all cited for disorderly conduct, a charge Police Chief Noble Wray defended today. But a group that defends gun owners' rights to openly carry guns is fighting back.

    "I would feel uncomfortable and I'd probably leave the business," Kristi Wood, a Culver's customer, said when asked what she would do if she saw guns.

    But that's not what some customers did on Sept. 18 at this Culver's near East Towne mall. They called the police on the diners - all members of Wisconsin Carry - who entered the restaurant with guns strapped to their hips.

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    Option 1: "They" refers to the second person in the car. The woman that called was a passenger. She says "pull up" to the driver. This driver is rumored to be a retired LEO. (Listen to the 911 call to gain full context.)

    Option 2: There was a second call we haven't heard yet.

    I think 1 is more likely. It'll come out in the court case if 2 is what actually happened.

    There are several people (Nobel Wray for one) saying there were two phone calls. I think the fact that there were two people in the car from where the call came from has been caught up in a confusion of some sort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RR_Broccoli View Post
    Option 1: "They" refers to the second person in the car. The woman that called was a passenger. She says "pull up" to the driver. This driver is rumored to be a retired LEO. (Listen to the 911 call to gain full context.)

    Option 2: There was a second call we haven't heard yet.

    I think 1 is more likely. It'll come out in the court case if 2 is what actually happened.

    There are several people (Nobel Wray for one) saying there were two phone calls. I think the fact that there were two people in the car from where the call came from has been caught up in a confusion of some sort.
    I'm not sure if the court case can wait to find this out - public opinion is already being decided and if the chief is going to claim "they" in the media then he should back it up with some evidence.

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