Boy's Death Prompts Call for Gun Safety

Boy's Death Prompts Call for Gun Safety

There are 26 comments on the First Coast News Jacksonville story from Apr 4, 2008, titled Boy's Death Prompts Call for Gun Safety. In it, First Coast News Jacksonville reports that:

Talk Back: Post a comment on this article By Victor Blackwell First Coast News BRYCEVILLE, FL -- A Crescent City boy's death reminds us that a lack of information can be fatal.

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DLW

AOL

#21 Apr 7, 2008
Stop,don't touch,leave the area,and tell an adult!(Eddie Eagle)

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#22 Apr 7, 2008
Does anyone else have the feeling that in a couple of weeks or even months when this story isnít front page that the real story of what happened is going to change. There are several aspects of this story that just doesnít make much sense.

“3 words changed my life ”

Since: Nov 07

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#23 Apr 7, 2008
Mr Logic in Jax wrote:
Does anyone else have the feeling that in a couple of weeks or even months when this story isnít front page that the real story of what happened is going to change. There are several aspects of this story that just doesnít make much sense.
my main question remains...where did the brother supposedly find a loaded, cocked weapon and why did he hide it in the house?

“3 words changed my life ”

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#24 Apr 7, 2008
i smell something fishy..and its not the 20 dollar hooker on main street!

Since: Mar 07

edwardsburg mi

#25 Apr 14, 2008
scott1 wrote:
i smell something fishy..and its not the 20 dollar hooker on main street!
crescent city is full of drugs and drug dealers i lived there up till 4 years ago i moved away to get my kids in a safer school and away from the drugs this is a very sad story but is not uncommon to find shit like this tossed away by people who are dealing in drugs when they think the cops are after them you would just not beleave how this town is over run with drugs well put it this way right behind the police station the drug dealers stand and sell there stuff the cops know its there but do nothing about it
Neal Pharis

Houston, TX

#26 May 1, 2008
I am working to complete a holster that will send an electronic signal to your home security sytsem when an unauthorized user (e.g., child)
un-snaps the holster on a hand gun. It is very samll (a little larger than a box of matches) and allows total access and freedom of the weapon. It will only send an alarm signal when the holster is un-snapped.

I have a lot money in this project and I am concerned that it may not sell. It will sell intitally for ~$175.00, I expect the price to come down if the product meets a large volume.

Would you please give me your opinion of the Alarm. Thank you for your time. If you have any other questions please post them.

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