tease38ddd

Glasgow, KY

#1 Aug 31, 2012
Does any one recall the shooting were Sam Moore shot a man? in Salt River,,
58 year old local

United States

#2 Aug 31, 2012
I think he shot Jimmie Lynch,that was a long time ago.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#3 Sep 4, 2012
58 year old local wrote:
I think he shot Jimmie Lynch,that was a long time ago.
Sam was my Uncle by marriage since I was real young.Safe to say that he was a real hard case.Just as soon shoot or knife a brother as look at him.I know life can be tough,but never understood what could make a man that mean.Probably never will.Hate to say it,but for all the heart that he had,he fell mighty short in the common sense department.Shot that boy six or seven times in the head,,,and wondered why his "self-defense" claim didn't fly.Hope he's finally at peace though.
CPO JOHNSON

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#4 May 13, 2013
Did Sam Moore pass?
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Sam was my Uncle by marriage since I was real young.Safe to say that he was a real hard case.Just as soon shoot or knife a brother as look at him.I know life can be tough,but never understood what could make a man that mean.Probably never will.Hate to say it,but for all the heart that he had,he fell mighty short in the common sense department.Shot that boy six or seven times in the head,,,and wondered why his "self-defense" claim didn't fly.Hope he's finally at peace though.
neighbor

Fort Thomas, KY

#5 May 14, 2013
tease38ddd wrote:
Does any one recall the shooting were Sam Moore shot a man? in Salt River,,
It happened on 5th street. I allways heard it was over a woman.
spartan

Erlanger, KY

#6 May 14, 2013
CPO JOHNSON wrote:
Did Sam Moore pass?<quoted text>
Depends on which Sam your talking about.Sam Senior passed away somewhere in the neighborhood of five or six years ago.Sam Junior (early fourtie's or late thirties) is still alive in Shepherdsville.
spartan

Erlanger, KY

#7 May 14, 2013
neighbor wrote:
<quoted text>It happened on 5th street. I allways heard it was over a woman.
As I understand it that's only what created the initial friction.Hearing the first hand account from Sam as we laid in wait of our vacation together in La Grange Kentucky,,,I ascertained that the shooting happened because that Lynch guy was simply too proud to shut up in the face of an armed man who had already made up his mind that he was walking away the winner.In short,,,I interpret that Sam hit a moment of pause during the incident when the victim's attitude could have very well changed his fate.Actually learned two valuable lessons from that situation.1-It's not wise for a temperamental person to carry a firearm into a heated discussion.2-It's even less wise to argue with someone who decided to go ahead and do it anyway.
tease38

Glasgow, KY

#8 Dec 24, 2014
CPO JOHNSON wrote:
Did Sam Moore pass?<quoted text>
Yes he did .
May

Addison, TX

#9 Sep 22, 2016
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Sam was my Uncle by marriage since I was real young.Safe to say that he was a real hard case.Just as soon shoot or knife a brother as look at him.I know life can be tough,but never understood what could make a man that mean.Probably never will.Hate to say it,but for all the heart that he had,he fell mighty short in the common sense department.Shot that boy six or seven times in the head,,,and wondered why his "self-defense" claim didn't fly.Hope he's finally at peace though.
I was there I saw my dad kill that man he also had a gum but it was a shotgun he told my dad in a drunk manner tell that bitch sister to come outside well the rest is history.
May

Addison, TX

#10 Sep 22, 2016
neighbor wrote:
<quoted text>It happened on 5th street. I allways heard it was over a woman.
Yes my aunt his sister my dad was defending his sister
May

Addison, TX

#11 Sep 22, 2016
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>As I understand it that's only what created the initial friction.Hearing the first hand account from Sam as we laid in wait of our vacation together in La Grange Kentucky,,,I ascertained that the shooting happened because that Lynch guy was simply too proud to shut up in the face of an armed man who had already made up his mind that he was walking away the winner.In short,,,I interpret that Sam hit a moment of pause during the incident when the victim's attitude could have very well changed his fate.Actually learned two valuable lessons from that situation.1-It's not wise for a temperamental person to carry a firearm into a heated discussion.2-It's even less wise to argue with someone who decided to go ahead and do it anyway.
Sam is my dad I was there that day the only witness I know what was said I was eight years old and I will never forget that men's brains bouncing out the back of his head as he laid and dad emptied the revolver. That lynch guy was drunk and had a gun said tell that bitch sister of yours to come outside dad said nothing he dropped the walnuts we were cracking walked inside and came out barrel first and put the entire revolver into him the last one he stood over top of him to finish the job so my dad was defending me and my aunt from this drunk with a gun and he made damn sure that that threat was no longer a danger to his family
May

Addison, TX

#12 Sep 22, 2016
May wrote:
<quoted text>

Sam is my dad I was there that day the only witness I know what was said I was eight years old and I will never forget that men's brains bouncing out the back of his head as he laid and dad emptied the revolver. That lynch guy was drunk and had a gun said tell that bitch sister of yours to come outside dad said nothing he dropped the walnuts we were cracking walked inside and came out barrel first and put the entire revolver into him the last one he stood over top of him to finish the job so my dad was defending me and my aunt from this drunk with a gun and he made damn sure that that threat was no longer a danger to his family
I was only eight but u don't seem to forget a thing like that
May

Addison, TX

#13 Sep 22, 2016
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Depends on which Sam your talking about.Sam Senior passed away somewhere in the neighborhood of five or six years ago.Sam Junior (early fourtie's or late thirties) is still alive in Shepherdsville.
Dad is gone and my brother is still with us.
May

Addison, TX

#14 Sep 22, 2016
tease38 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes he did .
We had him cremated I would not be speaking on this if he were still with us.
May

Addison, TX

#15 Sep 22, 2016
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Sam was my Uncle by marriage since I was real young.Safe to say that he was a real hard case.Just as soon shoot or knife a brother as look at him.I know life can be tough,but never understood what could make a man that mean.Probably never will.Hate to say it,but for all the heart that he had,he fell mighty short in the common sense department.Shot that boy six or seven times in the head,,,and wondered why his "self-defense" claim didn't fly.Hope he's finally at peace though.
He knifed my brother his own son but he still survives.

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