Is Theater Shooter in Florida a Hero?
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DP Cassie

Pasadena, TX

#22 Jan 17, 2014
This guy probably thought he was above the law. Unfortunately, a lot of cops and ex cops have this mentality. He will probably have a lot of time to sit in a cold, hard jail cell to contemplate his actions....unless some hotshot lawyer will say he forgot to take his medication and all will be forgiven. Personally, I think this SOB should spend the rest of his life in prison.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#23 Jan 17, 2014
Fireing squad, just and proper in this case.
reed

Crosby, TX

#24 Jan 17, 2014
I notice my post has already vanished---- it was critical of the way CCW permits are issued with very little actual checking out the individuals it is issued to.-----guess this post will also vanish--- seems like anything not aligned with the powers that be, has a good chance of vanishing.
fubar

San Jose, CA

#25 Jan 17, 2014
Texan wrote:
Still no reason for killing someone. In the course of my life I have encountered more rude and obnoxious people than I can remember. Some of them have really p---ed me off, but none of them have died for it. If we all reacted the way that old man did we would run out of buriel space in short order. Fireing squad, justice, revenge, or whatever you choose to call it; that retired officer deserves it.
I will give you credit. You are a better man than me. If someone threw popcorn in my face,and my family wasn't with me, I would be all over them. I abhor violence, but I don't believe I could control myself in that situation. I know it would be wrong, but I don't know that I would be able to make the right decision, in the heat of the moment.

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#26 Jan 17, 2014
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>I will give you credit. You are a better man than me. If someone threw popcorn in my face,and my family wasn't with me, I would be all over them. I abhor violence, but I don't believe I could control myself in that situation. I know it would be wrong, but I don't know that I would be able to make the right decision, in the heat of the moment.
Dumbass, popcorn in the face does not call for violence.
fubar

San Jose, CA

#27 Jan 18, 2014
Heavy Fed wrote:
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Dumbass, popcorn in the face does not call for violence.
Shouldn't You be out asking someone to take a picture of you digging a hole?

While I was in Houston the Chronicle ran a story about rape in the big jail there. The article said it was far more prevalent in Houston than in other big cities. So Fed, did you rat out your lovers or just kept your mouth shut(obviously just a figure of speech)?

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#28 Jan 18, 2014
fubar wrote:
<quoted text>Shouldn't You be out asking someone to take a picture of you digging a hole?

While I was in Houston the Chronicle ran a story about rape in the big jail there. The article said it was far more prevalent in Houston than in other big cities. So Fed, did you rat out your lovers or just kept your mouth shut(obviously just a figure of speech)?
Yeah... you're a real hate fighter, aren't you?

So far, you've shown yourself to be racist, sexist, illiterate, homophobic and full of hate.

Congratulations!

You're part of what is wrong with America!!
fubar

San Jose, CA

#29 Jan 18, 2014
Texan wrote:
A fireing squad with no blind fold, he deserves to see it coming. Retired law enforcement; he knew better. He is a cold blooded murderer and deserving of no mercy what so ever.
Do you support a firing squad for the "Hello Kitty Murderer"too? The old man killed the guy he was arguing with(the guy could have walked away or not escalated it by throughout food in the old man's face) the HKM killed a woman who she had no previous interaction with at all. The woman was a completely innocent victim who could have been anyone who was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

There is no right or wrong answer, just asking your opinion.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#30 Jan 20, 2014
If he shot her a fireing squad is in order, if he stabbed her, stab him, if he beat her to death, beat him to death, and if he strangled her he deserves the same. Let the punishment fit the crime. No mercy for these animals.
fubar

San Jose, CA

#31 Feb 6, 2014
The wife of the murdered man was on tv today. She said her husband was just quickly checking his phone for a message from their daycare and then said the guy asked her husband" several times" to put his phone away. She then said her husband ignored the man's repeated requests and words were exchanged before her husband threw the popcorn at the man. She went on to say her husband had every right to ignore the man's request and I agree. It was his right to ignore the man,but was it worth it?

Why did his wife feel the need to say her husband was quickly checking his phone and then say he was asked several times to turn his phone off?The guy wrongfully shot her husband. It doesn't matter that her husband was acting like a jerk,acting like a jerk is not against the law. She is not helping anyone by giving contradictory statements in public. A good lawyer will twist it to his clients benefit. She needs a different lawyer.
Adam Lanza

La Porte, TX

#32 Feb 9, 2014
fubar wrote:
Finally a good use of the stand your ground law, if he tries to use it. If someone asks you to stop texting during a movie, and you refuse to stop, then you deserve whatever happens to you. The Florida man stood up for common courtesy and they arrested him. Anyone who texts during a movie is trying to provoke a confrontation of some kind. It's lucky the old man had a gun.
I'm a hero too!
Texan

Wichita, KS

#33 Feb 10, 2014
I went to see a movie Saturday night, there were some teenagers texting, and talking during the movie. Was it annoying? Yes. Did anyone get shot? NOT NO, BUT HELL NO! If I had been that offended I would have got up and left. No one deserves to die over something so trivial, NO ONE! The man is a cold blooded murderer nothing more and nothing less. FIREING SQUAD and the sooner the better. To bad the police didn't shoot him instead of arresting him.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#34 Feb 10, 2014
That should have been too.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#35 Feb 10, 2014
Is Theater Shooter in Florida a Hero?

NO!
fubar

San Jose, CA

#36 Feb 11, 2014
Texan wrote:
I went to see a movie Saturday night, there were some teenagers texting, and talking during the movie. Was it annoying? Yes. Did anyone get shot? NOT NO, BUT HELL NO! If I had been that offended I would have got up and left. No one deserves to die over something so trivial, NO ONE! The man is a cold blooded murderer nothing more and nothing less. FIREING SQUAD and the sooner the better. To bad the police didn't shoot him instead of arresting him.
I agree. Did you see the video from inside the theater?

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