Native

Charlottesville, VA

#21 Dec 29, 2012
peoplearecrazy wrote:
7 months,must have had a good lawyer,he should have got more time,don't you think!
What would more time do with this idiot? Get him off the tax payers backs asap and let him continue on his current path of self demise.
JCS

Charlottesville, VA

#22 Dec 29, 2012
Seven months?? They were playing Russian roulette!! What is wrong with our criminal justice system when a young man dies senselessly? They threw a pretty big party just a week after the incident! It is a good thing that I am not a judge, I would have given that young man at least several years and community service assisting with gun safety classes.
Crystal

Gloucester, VA

#23 Dec 29, 2012
Yes this is a sad story, but he accidently killed his best friend. I don't think jail is the worst circumstance for him. His mind is probably emotionally and unstably messed up at this point. All of you who are judging the situation when you weren't there, are absoultely pathetic. The only one who has to right to judge is God, and the families affected. The only part of this story you know is what the media has said. Instead of judging them you should be praying and hope something like this never happens again. You can argue and post whatever you want, but it's not going to make the situation any better.
thinking free

Charlottesville, VA

#24 Dec 29, 2012
Crystal wrote:
Yes this is a sad story, but he accidently killed his best friend. I don't think jail is the worst circumstance for him. His mind is probably emotionally and unstably messed up at this point. All of you who are judging the situation when you weren't there, are absoultely pathetic. The only one who has to right to judge is God, and the families affected. The only part of this story you know is what the media has said. Instead of judging them you should be praying and hope something like this never happens again. You can argue and post whatever you want, but it's not going to make the situation any better.
When you take a bullet to playing Russian roulette it is not an accident. The risks are known in the beginning. People here have do not have judgement powers....that is reserved for God.
Tony LeGore

Mays Landing, NJ

#25 Dec 29, 2012
Crystal wrote:
Yes this is a sad story, but he accidently killed his best friend. I don't think jail is the worst circumstance for him. His mind is probably emotionally and unstably messed up at this point. All of you who are judging the situation when you weren't there, are absoultely pathetic. The only one who has to right to judge is God, and the families affected. The only part of this story you know is what the media has said. Instead of judging them you should be praying and hope something like this never happens again. You can argue and post whatever you want, but it's not going to make the situation any better.
I think you should keep your god delusions to yourself ! Face it everyone lives godless lives, it's just some folks allow themselves to become deluded enough to pretend they got one. There is no invisible sky daddy judging anyone, that is our job to do here. I lived next door to them, my address was 104 Fraser lane, I got to hear the huge party they had at the wee hours of the morning laughing and joking about a kid who died in their house, so maybe you should be the one who shuts up for lack of knowledge. Save your god fantasy for your Sunday cult meetings, but it has no reason to be spoken of here in reality !
Tony LeGore

Mays Landing, NJ

#26 Dec 29, 2012
thinking free wrote:
<quoted text>
When you take a bullet to playing Russian roulette it is not an accident. The risks are known in the beginning. People here have do not have judgement powers....that is reserved for God.
Which god is the one you pretend is real ?
Tony LeGore

Mays Landing, NJ

#27 Dec 29, 2012
JCS wrote:
Seven months?? They were playing Russian roulette!! What is wrong with our criminal justice system when a young man dies senselessly? They threw a pretty big party just a week after the incident! It is a good thing that I am not a judge, I would have given that young man at least several years and community service assisting with gun safety classes.
Not sure who you are but yeah that party they had surprised me, I couldn't believe grown adults could act like that, especially after their son killed his friend in their house, the whole singing of the song bad company is what blew my mind, I personally love that song, but now whenever I hear it I think of the night they were all laughing and joking that kid died in their house.....
Tony LeGore

Mays Landing, NJ

#28 Dec 29, 2012
I still remember how they were singing the song, then how they got really loud when it came to the verse "six gun sound is our claim to fame".... absolutely disgusting
Ridiculous

Charlottesville, VA

#29 Dec 29, 2012
7 months for taking a life?? What is wrong with our justice system? I keep seeing killers and child molesters with sentences in the "months" while drug offenders get "years". Our society's priorities are seriously messed up!
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#30 Dec 29, 2012
Ridiculous wrote:
7 months for taking a life?? What is wrong with our justice system? I keep seeing killers and child molesters with sentences in the "months" while drug offenders get "years". Our society's priorities are seriously messed up!
Its about intent, the kid had no intent to harm anyone, access to a gun is the problem, oh, thats right, its not the guns fault.
Right on

Waynesboro, VA

#31 Dec 29, 2012
Boodreau wrote:
<quoted text>Reckless driving kills. Lets ban cars. Drunk driving kills. Lets ban alcohol. Electrical fires kill. Lets ban electricity. Drowning kills. Lets ban water.
Lets just take off the ban to ganja and sit at home peacefully! I'm with ya brutha. Probably would have saved this guys life if they smoked up rather than sipped on the craziest drug out there, ALCOHOL!
toldja

Charlottesville, VA

#32 Dec 29, 2012
In 2008, the U.S. had over 12 thousand firearm-related homicides. All of Japan experienced only 11, fewer than were killed at the Aurora shooting alone.
citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#33 Dec 29, 2012
toldja wrote:
In 2008, the U.S. had over 12 thousand firearm-related homicides. All of Japan experienced only 11, fewer than were killed at the Aurora shooting alone.
Tell us how many of those were suicides.

Tell us how many were due to the person being drunk and/or high?
Crack Scooter

Charlottesville, VA

#34 Dec 29, 2012
citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
Tell us how many of those were suicides.
Tell us how many were due to the person being drunk and/or high?
Ask local retired cops how many of Charlottesville's shootings are the direct result of narcotics related activities of one type or another!
thinking free

Palmyra, VA

#35 Dec 29, 2012
Tony LeGore wrote:
I still remember how they were singing the song, then how they got really loud when it came to the verse "six gun sound is our claim to fame".... absolutely disgusting
sure sounds like something really big is missing in the lives of these people. I'll bet it's God they lack....playing to the dark one will get you a ticket out of here real fast.
toldja

Charlottesville, VA

#36 Dec 29, 2012
citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
Tell us how many of those were suicides.
Tell us how many were due to the person being drunk and/or high?
go for it : https://www.google.com/
crack scooter

Charlottesville, VA

#37 Dec 29, 2012
toldja wrote:
<quoted text>
go for it : https://www.google.com/
Over half were suicides and drugs/alcohol related shootings show that stupid people are the root cause of the problem.

The drug industry in Charlottesville is the overwhelming cause of local shootings.
Deport Them

Charlottesville, VA

#38 Dec 29, 2012
It takes a really perverted society to blame inanimate objects for the behavior of it's mentally deranged public.

We can take a lesson from Cho, the Virginia Tech shooter. His family in Korea knew it was just a matter of time before he went off so they sent him to college in America----even they said so in multiple media interviews! Let's start exporting our problems to the countries that have sent so many illegals slithering over our borders for the past 50 years.
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#39 Dec 29, 2012
Deport Them wrote:
It takes a really perverted society to blame inanimate objects for the behavior of it's mentally deranged public.
We can take a lesson from Cho, the Virginia Tech shooter. His family in Korea knew it was just a matter of time before he went off so they sent him to college in America----even they said so in multiple media interviews! Let's start exporting our problems to the countries that have sent so many illegals slithering over our borders for the past 50 years.
His sister attended school here also nimrod, no probblems there, your assumption like so many others here is dum.
Tony LeGore

Northfield, NJ

#40 Dec 29, 2012
thinking free wrote:
<quoted text>
sure sounds like something really big is missing in the lives of these people. I'll bet it's God they lack....playing to the dark one will get you a ticket out of here real fast.
Which god do you suggest they should pretend is real ? Yes because delusions always make people better, just look at the middle east ! Heck just look at the churches where young boys are sexually molested and it's covered up, what's lacking in the priests lives? It's not a person's beliefs that make them a better person , it's their actions. You can be god without god, any question to that just look at how long a Atheist billboard lasts compared to the thousands of religious billboards we leave alone.....yea just what they need LMAO...because mythical beings always help!

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