Woman survives gunshot to head

Woman survives gunshot to head

There are 6 comments on the Inter-County Leader story from Oct 24, 2007, titled Woman survives gunshot to head. In it, Inter-County Leader reports that:

A 25-year-old woman survived a gunshot to her face early Sunday morning and the 29-year-old man who allegedly shot her was apprehended 20 hours later nearly 100 miles away. via Inter-County Leader

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boozer303

Las Vegas, NV

#1 Nov 2, 2007
I know her, I used to work with her. She was really pretty, this is a shame. I know the guy that shot her to, he was always in and out of jail.
klaus kaczor

Vancouver, Canada

#2 Nov 3, 2007
I saw her on TV. She captured my heart.

I think that these hoodlums are on the "crime steroids" of profitable reaction to our prohibition laws.

I know where from I speak. If there wasn't the fast money, the lure of TV gangster crime, American TV gun crime, The normal youthful seeking of adventure, and the only thing handy in the hood to hone our young's high risk skills on to take the place of a dangerous jungle. A testing ground where stupid hard to enforce rules which are employed as lucrative levers for high reward low risk lawless behaviour.

Every movie features drug wealth, hot banes, hot cars, hot food!

Then in your own neighborhood you see it happening from young on. Not every kid has "good" crooks for parents like Brian. An early lure is this ready made adventure--prohibition--to test their metal.

What should be a personal health problem faced individually with the help of health care professionals, becomes the multi-tentacled Octopus that we have created so that we can bypass the problem by taking a moral stand and ignoring its direct catostrophic results.

All because we allow Politicians to lie to us and we pretend to believe it, because the righteous right tells us god says its bad to do drugs.

Yes of course it is but lets take a realistic approach and actually do something that works about it.

She was a victim of the policies that Harper is so hot on.
siloviki

Canada

#3 Nov 3, 2007
klaus kaczor wrote:
I saw her on TV. She captured my heart.
I think that these hoodlums are on the "crime steroids" of profitable reaction to our prohibition laws.
I know where from I speak. If there wasn't the fast money, the lure of TV gangster crime, American TV gun crime, The normal youthful seeking of adventure, and the only thing handy in the hood to hone our young's high risk skills on to take the place of a dangerous jungle. A testing ground where stupid hard to enforce rules which are employed as lucrative levers for high reward low risk lawless behaviour.
Every movie features drug wealth, hot banes, hot cars, hot food!
Then in your own neighborhood you see it happening from young on. Not every kid has "good" crooks for parents like Brian. An early lure is this ready made adventure--prohibition--to test their metal.
What should be a personal health problem faced individually with the help of health care professionals, becomes the multi-tentacled Octopus that we have created so that we can bypass the problem by taking a moral stand and ignoring its direct catostrophic results.
All because we allow Politicians to lie to us and we pretend to believe it, because the righteous right tells us god says its bad to do drugs.
Yes of course it is but lets take a realistic approach and actually do something that works about it.
She was a victim of the policies that Harper is so hot on.
Just drive it deeper underground (well pot anyway)

That'll fix it.
siloviki

Canada

#4 Nov 3, 2007
You can still prosecute "pot for other drugs" trafficking.

But just make it legal to possess it. Eventually someone would need a fulltime farming operation with hectares of pot harvested to "trade it across the board" for harder drugs.

It wouldn't be economically viable then.

But the righteous bigots sit there at commissions and continue to lie about pot. It's no more health destroying than the gov't dealt tobacco, or the mind altering alcohol which they gleefully tax to death.
siloviki

Canada

#5 Nov 3, 2007
If there was a prohibition on alcohol, you would see a couple cases of Jack Daniels being traded for a kilo of coke.
klaus kaczor

Vancouver, Canada

#6 Nov 3, 2007
What makes all prohibition laws dangerous is that they stimulate an underground economy while at thee same time encouraging lawlessnes.

It can't be solved by halfway measures. any dangerous substances or even addictive substances must be controlled by the governmentt. It is the job of governemnt to do this so that crime doesn't occur the addiction part of the equation is personal and should be left for the individual to deal with, sourcing the help from government.

But the future generation of addicts must be saved from the control of criminal distribution.

the only way is to make it worthless giving it away to destitute people in the short term but definitely driving the control from criminals to the institution which allowed them to be created and distributed in the first place.

Heroin wad a painkiller manufactured by the pharma, cocain, too. They were allowed in and then prohibited. Can't be done once the genie is out of the bottle. Like Oxicontrin.

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