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Tucker, GA

#61 Dec 7, 2012
Paul bunyon wrote:
<quoted text>yes they did 1000 years ago. I doubt in this age there is anyone as skillfull with a hatchet unless it's a personal passion. you need to think a little more realistic pepper spray would made him drop it or hinder his eye sight enough. also a hand full of Cheetos can be deadly too if u shove them down someone's throat. should you shoot someone for having those coming at you?
He's dead now so whoop tee doo
be real!!!

Tucker, GA

#62 Dec 7, 2012
Paul bunyon wrote:
<quoted text>yes they did 1000 years ago. I doubt in this age there is anyone as skillfull with a hatchet unless it's a personal passion. you need to think a little more realistic pepper spray would made him drop it or hinder his eye sight enough. also a hand full of Cheetos can be deadly too if u shove them down someone's throat. should you shoot someone for having those coming at you?
Is Cheetos and a hatchet really the same thing dumbass?
wow

Tucker, GA

#63 Dec 7, 2012
[QUOTE who="be real!!! "]<quoted text>Is Cheetos and a hatchet really the same thing dumbass?[/QUOTE]
Lmao!!! You can't fix stupid!!!
a thought for you

New Albany, IN

#64 Dec 7, 2012
Paul bunyon wrote:
<quoted text> yes they did 1000 years ago. I doubt in this age there is anyone as skillfull with a hatchet unless it's a personal passion. you need to think a little more realistic pepper spray would made him drop it or hinder his eye sight enough. also a hand full of Cheetos can be deadly too if u shove them down someone's throat. should you shoot someone for having those coming at you?
1000 years ago? seriously? much much closer to 100 yrs, but the time frame is irrelavent. fact remains that an axe is an axe, regardless if its a "paul bunyun" axe, or a hatchet. considering this guy had a garage FILLED with tools to use as projectiles, and had proven that he was willing to throw dangerous objects at the officers is proof enough for me (and them too obviously) that they were in danger. when you become a politician, and can change these rules, then maybe there will be something more that can be done, but as it stands now, the officers were within their duties to do what was done.. bottom line is dont act a fool when confronted with police, and things like this wont happen.. mental instability is not an excuse for what the man did.. he wasnt mentally handicapped to the point that he was unaware of the police. he knew who/what they were, and chose to do something that got him shot. his actions, his demeanor, his unwillingness to cooperate and aggressive actions got him killed.. THANK YOU VANDERBURGH COUNTY DEPUTIES FOR YOU SERVICE, especially considering these idiots think its ok for people to assault you. your job is dangerous, and until people are themselves put in this situation, they will never understand. what you do is for the greater good... keep that in mind.. thanks again
york81

Tucker, GA

#65 Dec 7, 2012
deadlyweapon wrote:
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Think about that before you start throwing deadly weapons at the police. They are not psychiatrists. I have seen someone throw a hatchet a half a block and it stuck in the person's leg. Sorry, a hatchet is a deadly weapon.
What if that was one of your family members, a hatchet is dangerous but they shot him after it had been thrown, therefore they shot an unarmed man. Personally I hope this doesn't just quietly go away. These police officers were overzealous in using deadly force, and in a perfect world would be charged with the MURDER they committed. Personally I believe that at the very least they should lose their jobs an hopefully their homes in a civil suit. This was a gross abuse of the power to use deadly force, and I pray they pay for it.
be real!!!

Tucker, GA

#66 Dec 7, 2012
york81 wrote:
<quoted text>What if that was one of your family members, a hatchet is dangerous but they shot him after it had been thrown, therefore they shot an unarmed man. Personally I hope this doesn't just quietly go away. These police officers were overzealous in using deadly force, and in a perfect world would be charged with the MURDER they committed. Personally I believe that at the very least they should lose their jobs an hopefully their homes in a civil suit. This was a gross abuse of the power to use deadly force, and I pray they pay for it.
What if the cop was your family or this guy was throwing weapons at your kids then would it be okay to take a crazy dangerous man out then?
a thought for you

New Albany, IN

#67 Dec 7, 2012
york81 wrote:
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What if that was one of your family members, a hatchet is dangerous but they shot him after it had been thrown, therefore they shot an unarmed man. Personally I hope this doesn't just quietly go away. These police officers were overzealous in using deadly force, and in a perfect world would be charged with the MURDER they committed. Personally I believe that at the very least they should lose their jobs an hopefully their homes in a civil suit. This was a gross abuse of the power to use deadly force, and I pray they pay for it.
you're an idiot.. they shot a man with a garage filled with crap to throw. he proved that he would throw stuff.. i hope your house burns down this season.. how does that sound?? fool.. dont wish bad things on people.. karma will peck you on the shoulder one day.. if it were my family member, i would shake my head and say that goofy bastard should have known better.. simple as that.. boo hoo.. my bleeding hearts big ol' butt.. if you are so damn uppity, get yourself out there, grab a badge, and do what you do best.. oh wait, good cops take action, not stand and run their mouth.. guess you will have to find a different career..
Get on somewhere

United States

#68 Dec 7, 2012
Okay to who ever posted this topic you're an idiot. It was self defense on the deputies part because he had a guy coming towards him with a hatchet. Hell I would've done the same thing to be honest, first reaction for a cop when a person like that is coming to them with a deadly weapon is to shoot.. The deputy who shot him, I know personally and hes not racist, and he's very careful when he does his job. So there for watch what you say about this, because the deputies were doing their job

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