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Don't rob retirees in Arizona

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ochmude, May 1, 2013.

  1. ochmude

    ochmude Marine Veteran

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    Attempted robbery ends with victim shooting suspect

    I just love how the media here understands that the criminals aren't the victims, even if they get themselves shot.

    EDIT: Read the comments, too. They'll make you smile.
     
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  2. Mike-Mike

    Mike-Mike Instructor Dealer NES Member

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    Yes, I actually got confused reading it because I was used to seeing the opposite.
     
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  3. jmcnh

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    His family thinks he was a victim and he was just turning his life around.
     
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    WallHack Banned

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    I'm not sure I'd rob ANYONE in AZ, everyone's packing down there [smile]
     
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    score one for the good guys.
     
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    That's the whole point of constitutional carry... Well, from a practical standpoint. Obviously, the big point is from a rights perspective.
     

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