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Police investigate homicide after man dies in shooting

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More Senseless Gun Deaths

Crownsville, MD

#1 Dec 25, 2013
11:07 a.m. EST December 25, 2013

CLEVELAND -- Police are investigating the apparent shooting death of a 22-year-old man overnight as a homicide.

Police were called to the 4300 block of East 141st Street about midnight Tuesday after receiving a report of male shot.

Houston Anderson Jr. was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center, where he died Wednesday.
More Senseless Gun Deaths

Crownsville, MD

#3 Dec 25, 2013
Did it occur to you that there are thousands of US citizens that aren't spending Christmas with their families because they were victims of lax gun laws in the US?
Huh

Hopkins, MN

#5 Dec 25, 2013
You never asked me.

Requiring extensive criminal and psychiatric background checks would be a good start. Banning weapons that don't have a use for hunting or personal protection, banning semi-automatic weapons, banning clips of more than 10 rounds, making it a felony to transfer a gun to a known criminal, making it a felony to not keep a gun properly secured so that children/thieves cannot get at it.... Mandatory 10 year sentence is a gun is used in a crime.

Look at Europe. Tighter gun restrictions and significantly lower rates of shooting deaths.
Harry Callahan

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Dec 26, 2013
Hunting, personal protection and semi-automatic weapons (yes they were already in existence, wuth a 20 round magazine) are not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution. It is already a felonaly to sell a gun to a known felon. It is already Minnesotal law that guns must be locked up away from children and ammuniton. Florida has a law saying anyone who discharges a gun in a crime must do a mandatory 20 years, Marissa Alexander is an example of such criminals. She left and returned with a gun and discharged it in an illegal manner. Florida laws did call for her to spend 20 years in incarceration.
DeShawn Klause

Englewood, CO

#7 Dec 26, 2013
More Senseless Gun Deaths wrote:
11:07 a.m. EST December 25, 2013
CLEVELAND -- Police are investigating the apparent shooting death of a 22-year-old man overnight as a homicide.
Police were called to the 4300 block of East 141st Street about midnight Tuesday after receiving a report of male shot.
Houston Anderson Jr. was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center, where he died Wednesday.
CLEVELAND? Say no more. Sounds like an African problem..

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#8 Dec 26, 2013
Huh wrote:
You never asked me.
Requiring extensive criminal and psychiatric background checks would be a good start. Banning weapons that don't have a use for hunting or personal protection, banning semi-automatic weapons, banning clips of more than 10 rounds, making it a felony to transfer a gun to a known criminal, making it a felony to not keep a gun properly secured so that children/thieves cannot get at it.... Mandatory 10 year sentence is a gun is used in a crime.
Look at Europe. Tighter gun restrictions and significantly lower rates of shooting deaths.
Good morning my Kool Aid drinking friend,

While that person might not have asked you, I have been on here for years asking the same questions in one form or another...somehow you and your ilk always manage to avoid any reasonable form of discourse. Cluck-cluck to you Mr. Anti-gun Zealot.

Sensible gun control laws? Define sensible.

Will you limit the number of guns I can own? If so, how many?
Will you limit the types of guns I can own? If so, what types?
Will you limit the types of ammunition I can use? Again, what types?
Will you limit my ability to carry in public? Give examples.
Will you change the constitution to reflect YOUR standards of sensible? Offer your definition of what the 2nd Amendment should read.

Will you sweep the streets of Chicago and other large cities and take away guns from all of the gang bangers?
Will you allow warrantless entry so the government agents can go into any homes they wish in order to see if there are any illegal guns?
Will you enact laws that don't allow guns in schools so there are never any more shootings on school property?

How will you insure that the police will be there to protect my family if there is a violent criminal on my property?
Will you change the laws to require police to protect citizens?

I'd love to hear what you have to say on all of the above points. But I really don't expect a rational response from you. After all, it would require you to back up your positions with logic and thoughtful discussion. And we all know you are incapable of anything but regurgitation of the Leftist talking points.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#9 Dec 26, 2013
More Senseless Gun Deaths wrote:
Did it occur to you that there are thousands of US citizens that aren't spending Christmas with their families because they were victims of lax gun laws in the US?
Did it occur to you that 16 million (yes, million) children go to bed hungry every night in the USA alone? What should be our priority?
DeShawn Klause

Englewood, CO

#10 Dec 26, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
<quoted text>
Did it occur to you that 16 million (yes, million) children go to bed hungry every night in the USA alone? What should be our priority?
Sterilization. Too many drug addicts and alcoholics are having babies.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#11 Dec 26, 2013
DeShawn Klause wrote:
<quoted text>Sterilization. Too many drug addicts and alcoholics are having babies.
While there is at least a practical reason for you suggestion, it hasn't worked for cats and dogs, and obviously not working real well in China.

PS: alcoholics ARE drug addicts.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#12 Dec 26, 2013
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
Good morning my Kool Aid drinking friend,
While that person might not have asked you, I have been on here for years asking the same questions in one form or another...somehow you and your ilk always manage to avoid any reasonable form of discourse. Cluck-cluck to you Mr. Anti-gun Zealot.
Sensible gun control laws? Define sensible.
Will you limit the number of guns I can own? If so, how many?
Will you limit the types of guns I can own? If so, what types?
Will you limit the types of ammunition I can use? Again, what types?
Will you limit my ability to carry in public? Give examples.
Will you change the constitution to reflect YOUR standards of sensible? Offer your definition of what the 2nd Amendment should read.
Will you sweep the streets of Chicago and other large cities and take away guns from all of the gang bangers?
Will you allow warrantless entry so the government agents can go into any homes they wish in order to see if there are any illegal guns?
Will you enact laws that don't allow guns in schools so there are never any more shootings on school property?
How will you insure that the police will be there to protect my family if there is a violent criminal on my property?
Will you change the laws to require police to protect citizens?
I'd love to hear what you have to say on all of the above points. But I really don't expect a rational response from you. After all, it would require you to back up your positions with logic and thoughtful discussion. And we all know you are incapable of anything but regurgitation of the Leftist talking points.
Do care about anyone besides yourself and the money making NRA? you have been posting and pasting this same old teabagger nonsense for weeks now and Chicago is a lot different from Sandy Hook and you must really get your jollies off by seeing young children get slaughtered don't you Ahriman? in war and in peace it's always will be the innocent who die for you warmongers and gunnuts.
Do you ever have a good day ever? your life must really sucks really suck hard and you really swallow.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#13 Dec 26, 2013
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
Good morning my Kool Aid drinking friend,
While that person might not have asked you, I have been on here for years asking the same questions in one form or another...somehow you and your ilk always manage to avoid any reasonable form of discourse. Cluck-cluck to you Mr. Anti-gun Zealot.
Sensible gun control laws? Define sensible.
Will you limit the number of guns I can own? If so, how many?
Will you limit the types of guns I can own? If so, what types?
Will you limit the types of ammunition I can use? Again, what types?
Will you limit my ability to carry in public? Give examples.
Will you change the constitution to reflect YOUR standards of sensible? Offer your definition of what the 2nd Amendment should read.
Will you sweep the streets of Chicago and other large cities and take away guns from all of the gang bangers?
Will you allow warrantless entry so the government agents can go into any homes they wish in order to see if there are any illegal guns?
Will you enact laws that don't allow guns in schools so there are never any more shootings on school property?
How will you insure that the police will be there to protect my family if there is a violent criminal on my property?
Will you change the laws to require police to protect citizens?
I'd love to hear what you have to say on all of the above points. But I really don't expect a rational response from you. After all, it would require you to back up your positions with logic and thoughtful discussion. And we all know you are incapable of anything but regurgitation of the Leftist talking points.
You have been accused of being an uncaring, cold blooded bastard. And still, all of your questions go unanswered.

That's because most of the answers from the "reds" of the world would give away their truly totalitarian belief systems. The old "do as we say, not as we do, we know best" system of governing. Sounds like every theocracy ever created.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Dec 26, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
<quoted text>
You have been accused of being an uncaring, cold blooded bastard. And still, all of your questions go unanswered.
That's because most of the answers from the "reds" of the world would give away their truly totalitarian belief systems. The old "do as we say, not as we do, we know best" system of governing. Sounds like every theocracy ever created.
What a sorry lapdog why don't answer her silly dumbas questions yourself?

Her questions don't deserve a answer you can't justified nonsense. and I'm not a totalitarian
but a lover of all people unlike you and irish I have been to bless to hate like you and I'm not miserable like you two.
Joy to the World.

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#15 Dec 26, 2013
redeemer wrote:
<quoted text>
Do care about anyone besides yourself and the money making NRA? you have been posting and pasting this same old teabagger nonsense for weeks now and Chicago is a lot different from Sandy Hook and you must really get your jollies off by seeing young children get slaughtered don't you Ahriman? in war and in peace it's always will be the innocent who die for you warmongers and gunnuts.
Do you ever have a good day ever? your life must really sucks really suck hard and you really swallow.
I really do wish you were smart enough to form an educated opinion.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#16 Dec 26, 2013
IrishMN wrote:
<quoted text>
I really do wish you were smart enough to form an educated opinion.
I'd even settle for just forming a complete sentence.

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#17 Dec 26, 2013
cantmakeitup wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd even settle for just forming a complete sentence.
It would be nice, wouldn't it?

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#18 Dec 27, 2013
First they said, No Smoking in Common areas in buildings, Then no smoking in offices, but only in the smoking room. Then No smoking in publc buildings, then no smoking in front of public buildings, then no smoking in public parks. The NRA saw what the "do Gooders" did to the tobacco industry and decided, not to give an inch because "do Gooders" are never happy, never satified, they always want more at the expense of someone elses freedom.

“I am always right.”

Since: Oct 09

Former MN Taxpayer

#19 Dec 27, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
First they said, No Smoking in Common areas in buildings, Then no smoking in offices, but only in the smoking room. Then No smoking in publc buildings, then no smoking in front of public buildings, then no smoking in public parks. The NRA saw what the "do Gooders" did to the tobacco industry and decided, not to give an inch because "do Gooders" are never happy, never satified, they always want more at the expense of someone elses freedom.
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and a Joyous Kwanzaa to you my friend.

It is nice to have someone with a working brain respond once in a while on here.

Since: Sep 11

Rogers, MN

#20 Dec 27, 2013
Niether of the Above wrote:
First they said, No Smoking in Common areas in buildings, Then no smoking in offices, but only in the smoking room. Then No smoking in publc buildings, then no smoking in front of public buildings, then no smoking in public parks. The NRA saw what the "do Gooders" did to the tobacco industry and decided, not to give an inch because "do Gooders" are never happy, never satified, they always want more at the expense of someone elses freedom.
Welcome back. And they're not do-gooders.
They are social "engineers", and I use the term "engineers", very loosely.

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