Details on Louisa Shooting Spree Rele...

Details on Louisa Shooting Spree Released

There are 178 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Aug 23, 2010, titled Details on Louisa Shooting Spree Released. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

We're learning more today about a fatal shooting spree in Louisa County Sunday evening.

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“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#170 Sep 10, 2010
Not the case wrote:
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...He was advising media that his supervisor arrived 18 seconds after the first two deputies and the shooting was over with. Again Not bragging, stating fact that has been recorded on event log.
I don't think the nut you're responding to cares about "event logs" or anything else based in reality for that matter.
Guardian

Earlysville, VA

#171 Sep 10, 2010
Richard_ wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think the nut you're responding to cares about "event logs" or anything else based in reality for that matter.
You must be one simple minded individual, I base my assumption on your apparent inability to understand what should be obvious.
Both you and your partner can't deal with the fact that this shooting could have been prevented by the police had they done there jobs better. The fact that you would even argue to the contrary proves one thing, you sir, are the nut.
Just go ahead and pat each other on the back, and say it was another job well done, but understand one thing, there are still those that know better.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#172 Sep 10, 2010
Guardian wrote:
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You must be one simple minded individual, I base my assumption on your apparent inability to understand what should be obvious.
Both you and your partner can't deal with the fact that this shooting could have been prevented by the police had they done there jobs better. The fact that you would even argue to the contrary proves one thing, you sir, are the nut.
Just go ahead and pat each other on the back, and say it was another job well done, but understand one thing, there are still those that know better.
You're saying the police should be sued and possibly criminally tried because they failed to prevent the shooting and that the shooting was the fault of the police and their malfeasance.
Orange

AOL

#173 Sep 10, 2010
Haven't any of you people ever heard of self preservation?Thats what normal and rational people do to stay alive.If the family knew he had a gun and was threatening to use it,then why didn't they leave?It was an extremely easy way to diffuse the situation.The cops had already been there and settled things one time.All they had to do was leave and quit escalating the situation.You people on here bashing the police are sickening.They are to be commended for their bravery.Anybody that thinks the police are responsible for those deaths are nuts!The family is responsible for their own mess.Put the blame where it belongs!

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#174 Sep 10, 2010
Orange wrote:
Haven't any of you people ever heard of self preservation?Thats what normal and rational people do to stay alive.
Most people who live in the south are southern baptist democrats who think that government is a big "Poppi" who brings poor people gifts and does things for them.
Guardian

Earlysville, VA

#175 Sep 11, 2010
Richard_ wrote:
<quoted text>Most people who live in the south are southern baptist democrats who think that government is a big "Poppi" who brings poor people gifts and does things for them.
I am a southern baptist republican that carries a .45 with a CWP that doesn't rely on the police, I choose not to leave my personal much less my family's security to those much less competent than myself. This case proves yet again how ineffective local police really are at keeping violent crimes from escilating. They apparently chose to do nothing when it was a felon with a gun, but came running to a situation once shots were fired.
Certificates of Valor all around, great job.......or was it something else altogether?
Guardian

Earlysville, VA

#176 Sep 11, 2010
Orange wrote:
Haven't any of you people ever heard of self preservation?Thats what normal and rational people do to stay alive.If the family knew he had a gun and was threatening to use it,then why didn't they leave?It was an extremely easy way to diffuse the situation.The cops had already been there and settled things one time.All they had to do was leave and quit escalating the situation.You people on here bashing the police are sickening.They are to be commended for their bravery.Anybody that thinks the police are responsible for those deaths are nuts!The family is responsible for their own mess.Put the blame where it belongs!
What is sickening is people like you who make excuses for incompetence. Bravery....... please, maybe to people like you who don't know any better.

“Keeping life realistic”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#177 Sep 11, 2010
Guardian wrote:
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I am a southern baptist republican that carries a .45 with a CWP that doesn't rely on the police, I choose not to leave my personal much less my family's security to those much less competent than myself. This case proves yet again how ineffective local police really are at keeping violent crimes from escilating. They apparently chose to do nothing when it was a felon with a gun, but came running to a situation once shots were fired.
Certificates of Valor all around, great job.......or was it something else altogether?
if nobody else posts...you still will continue to argue with yourself won't you?*shaking head*
your simple gun-toting personal agenda matters to nobody but you. You're not the only one with a CCP, and you're certainly not the best trained around. If I was your family I would be far more concerned with you than any stranger around. Vigilante justice is such a simple minded way of chest thumping, and the fact of the matter is, I'd be willing to bet, you'd freeze up and forget to yank the safety off before able to do anything in the first place. That kind of talk is more the problem THAN the solution. I would be willing to bet the shooter share the same mentality.
Puts you in good company now doesn't it?
I'm out.
Guardian

Earlysville, VA

#178 Sep 11, 2010
Laughing at the fools wrote:
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if nobody else posts...you still will continue to argue with yourself won't you?*shaking head*
your simple gun-toting personal agenda matters to nobody but you. You're not the only one with a CCP, and you're certainly not the best trained around. If I was your family I would be far more concerned with you than any stranger around. Vigilante justice is such a simple minded way of chest thumping, and the fact of the matter is, I'd be willing to bet, you'd freeze up and forget to yank the safety off before able to do anything in the first place. That kind of talk is more the problem THAN the solution. I would be willing to bet the shooter share the same mentality.
Puts you in good company now doesn't it?
I'm out.
You are out alright.... of your mind, you know nothing about me. You are probably just another former county trained local yokal who thinks he's the shit cause he shot some kid and got away with it, or beat up a few wino's after they were cuffed. I've seen things that would make punks like you piss your pants.
My CWP required only a copy of my DD Form 214. The Federal government, and the State has provided my training for over 20 years, who provided yours? I don't have to thump my chest by shooting another American citizen to get a merit badge, I already have plenty of those.
Save your reckin so speeches for your family, if you are lucky enough to still have any that still speak to you, after all, it is a proven fact that domestic violence occurs more often in the disfuctional homes of LE than any other single group within the general population in this Country.
My family has nothing to fear from me, but ANYONE attempting to harm them will find out the hard way that they picked the wrong house. Now have a nice day asshole :)!!!!!!
just for thought

Earlysville, VA

#179 Sep 11, 2010
Richard maybe you can answer this for me,(code section wise) In order to arrest someone for possessing a firearm after being convicted felon, you have to 1. have that firearm within your possession or..2. be transporting a firearm in a vehicle you have possession of or..3. possess a firearm in your home in which the convicted felon is the only occupant of 4. purchase a firearm

I spoke with some one who said that Sponagule did not have a gun with him when the officers arrived to the earlier dispute, that the firearm used in this violent crime was not registered to him and that possibly 6 people lived in this home with him that were not convicted felons....if this is the case the police would NOT have grounds for an arrest for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and a search warrant would have not been the answer to the problem as well....is this correct?

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#180 Sep 11, 2010
just for thought wrote:
Richard maybe you can answer this for me,(code section wise) In order to arrest someone for possessing a firearm after being convicted felon, you have to 1. have that firearm within your possession or..2. be transporting a firearm in a vehicle you have possession of or..3. possess a firearm in your home in which the convicted felon is the only occupant of 4. purchase a firearm
I already posted the relevant Virginia code/statute, either back pedal through this thread or go google it yourself, it's written in plain ENGLISH.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#181 Sep 11, 2010
just for thought wrote:
I spoke with some one who said that Sponagule did not have a gun with him when the officers arrived to the earlier dispute, that the firearm used in this violent crime was not registered to him...
1) Didn't have a "gun" "with" him? "With" and "gun" is uneducated country boy baby talk and ain't even mentioned in the relevant Virginia law except as exactly as I said it was in a previous post. Don't post to me using the verbiage "with" and "gun" again.

2) Does Virginia even require registion of handguns? NO.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#182 Sep 11, 2010
just for thought wrote:
I spoke with some one who said that...possibly 6 people lived in this home with him
In a warrantless search of a home, which of the 6 or 7 people would have been legally within their right to grant police consent to search the entire property? If you say the owner, you are most likely wrong.
true

United States

#183 Sep 12, 2010
have they they hung the pos yet
Guardian

Earlysville, VA

#184 Sep 12, 2010
A convicted felon can't legally reside in any home where fully functional firearms are accessible.
If a firearm is found within the same residence in which a convicted felon resides, within the Commonwealth of Virginia they are considered to be in "constructive possession" of it, period.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#185 Sep 13, 2010
Guardian wrote:

If a firearm is found within the same residence in which a convicted felon resides, within the Commonwealth of Virginia they are considered to be in "constructive possession" of it, period.
I'm not an attorney and even I could beat a "constructive" possession case. "Constructive" possession is where the state steps out of the box and "constructs" possession, this is exactly why Amendment V of the US Constitution exists and should never talk to police without an attorney present.
Anonymous

Washington, VA

#186 Oct 4, 2011
Some of you people are just plain out sick!!yall have no sympathy what so ever. This was my family and yes we are still grieving after 1 hard year. Its so hard watching their kids grow without their fathers. The holidays are way different now without them. Have some SYMPATHY people.
Dirt Kicker

Hiram, GA

#187 Oct 4, 2011
Holy smokes! Did I jump in a time machine?? Topic is over a year old, please let it RIP.....

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