Man barricaded inside Virginia Beach ...

Man barricaded inside Virginia Beach 7-Eleven

There are 113 comments on the WTKR story from Jul 8, 2010, titled Man barricaded inside Virginia Beach 7-Eleven. In it, WTKR reports that:

An armed man is barricaded inside a 7-Eleven near the intersection of Bonney Rd.

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mr man

Virginia Beach, VA

#1 Jul 8, 2010
I know who he was and why he did it. soo sad.
tom

Virginia Beach, VA

#2 Jul 8, 2010
glad I stopped at the getty for beer.
Reeno

United States

#3 Jul 8, 2010
Bet it was over a woman, i would almost bet there is a second scene close by
la belle

Virginia Beach, VA

#4 Jul 8, 2010
Danm, why did he do something that stupid killing himself.he would just got couples years in jail and thats it.
do you know if he was black or white.
mr man wrote:
I know who he was and why he did it. soo sad.
la belle

Virginia Beach, VA

#5 Jul 8, 2010
i mena i was there for the 4 houres and i noticed somepeople waitin for the police to take him out then they followed the car.


it is soooo sad for someone that young to take his life over nothin unlesss he was on drugs
friend

Aurora, CO

#6 Jul 8, 2010
he was a good kid and hadalot in front of him so untill you are in his shoe dont talk smak
concerned

Corpus Christi, TX

#7 Jul 8, 2010
him and his family are in my thoughts and prayers
lala

Gloucester, VA

#8 Jul 8, 2010
does ne one know his name?

Since: Jun 10

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#9 Jul 9, 2010
mr man wrote:
I know who he was and why he did it. soo sad.
Why is there ALWAYS someone that posts this crap. I doubt that you "knew" why he did this. let alone actually know him. That is, of course, unless you are a mind reader.

Since: Jun 10

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#11 Jul 9, 2010
Amazed wrote:
One less mouth to feed off the tax-payer dime....
You got that right. However, this is the COWARDS way out of a bad situation.
dzren

Virginia Beach, VA

#12 Jul 9, 2010
dont you dare call him a coward. you dont know him. most of you dont know him. i worked with him. so hold your tongue. hold your judgement. we have NO right to judge our fellow human beings. nobody's stress is the same as the person standing beside them. so hold your tongue in reverence for losing someone we could not save. if you see someone on the verge of committing this "cowardly" act why dont you help them, assist them with the strength you think you have. its better than judging them while you rot in your thoughts of how much better you may be in this world. have some heart.
prayingforfamily

Virginia Beach, VA

#13 Jul 9, 2010
I read a WVEC comment, that he worked long hours with the military and he got a day off early to come home and find his wife cheating. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. The military is stressful enough and to come home and find a cheating spouse is repulsive. She should be a ashamed of herself, hopefully because he committed suicide she won't receive any benefits. She is undeserving of the tax payer dollars taking care of her.
dzren

Portsmouth, VA

#14 Jul 9, 2010
Amazed wrote:
One less mouth to feed off the tax-payer dime....
and people wonder why there is so much turmoil in the world. its because no one looks out for anyone other than themselves anymore. it is healthy to worry about one's self, yes. however leaving the others to the wolves, completely indecent. one less mouth to feed.. that breaks my heart. apparently you cannot see past your own nose. i fear if you did. kindness is a dying art.
prayingforfamily

Virginia Beach, VA

#15 Jul 9, 2010
I agree dzren. I could not have said it better. People sure are quick to judge a broken soul. shame on the heartless posters.
prayingforfamily

Virginia Beach, VA

#16 Jul 9, 2010
Amazed wrote:
One less mouth to feed off the tax-payer dime....
The man served in the military so how are taxpayers paying for him. Unless you mean your taxpaying dollars that pay for the military salaries. Shame on you.
prayingforfamily

Virginia Beach, VA

#17 Jul 9, 2010
Don't worry dzren, that is the Devil talking. As real as God is in our hearts, there are people that the Devil dwells in. I pray for you and your lost friend's family. Don't allow your spirit to be dragged down with ignorance. There are more people who care about our fellow humans than you think. People are miserable and hide behind a computer screen to hurt others because of the way they feel inside. This is a lost son, brother, friend, and God's son. Please know I am praying for you.
Devastated

Englewood, CO

#18 Jul 9, 2010
This man was a husband, a brother, a son and a friend. Some of you are so kind with your words and others are ignorant. When it's your friend, brother, son, or husband, you won't be so careless with your words, and I hope for your sake you won't have to read the careless words of others. Miss you forever S.

Since: Jun 10

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#19 Jul 9, 2010
dzren wrote:
dont you dare call him a coward. you dont know him. most of you dont know him. i worked with him. so hold your tongue. hold your judgement. we have NO right to judge our fellow human beings. nobody's stress is the same as the person standing beside them. so hold your tongue in reverence for losing someone we could not save. if you see someone on the verge of committing this "cowardly" act why dont you help them, assist them with the strength you think you have. its better than judging them while you rot in your thoughts of how much better you may be in this world. have some heart.
Sorry, but I stand by my statement. This is taking the COWARDS way out. PERIOD.

It simply shows that he was not man enough to stand up and deal with his problems. OTHERS have had marital problems, job problems, whatever. It's a part of this thing called LIFE.

I'll say it once again. He took the COWARDS way out.

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#20 Jul 9, 2010
Devastated wrote:
This man was a husband, a brother, a son and a friend. Some of you are so kind with your words and others are ignorant. When it's your friend, brother, son, or husband, you won't be so careless with your words, and I hope for your sake you won't have to read the careless words of others. Miss you forever S.
sorry, but I would say the exact same thing if it WAS a friend, brother, son, or husband.

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#21 Jul 9, 2010
prayingforfamily wrote:
Don't worry dzren, that is the Devil talking. As real as God is in our hearts, there are people that the Devil dwells in. I pray for you and your lost friend's family. Don't allow your spirit to be dragged down with ignorance. There are more people who care about our fellow humans than you think. People are miserable and hide behind a computer screen to hurt others because of the way they feel inside. This is a lost son, brother, friend, and God's son. Please know I am praying for you.
Better check that Bible again preacher. Especially where it references SUICIDE.

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