Man charged over fatal shooting of ex-SEAL

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THE man hailed as the deadliest military sniper in US history has been shot dead at a Texas firing range, allegedly by a former soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder. Full Story
whats up here

Nicholasville, KY

#21 Feb 9, 2013
Sharon wrote:
Maybe this is a lesson for us all to learn from. Going to war is wrong, killing people is wrong. We pride ourselves on being such a wonderful country yet we sometimes act like black animals in the ghetto.
It is wrong, but it cannot be avoided in this world. We have no choice but to go to war sometimes and in a war there is killing. The killing will happen,it is only a matter of whether you try to defend yourself or not. Your only other option is to accept death.
whats up here

Nicholasville, KY

#22 Feb 9, 2013
latin lover wrote:
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I forgot who made the famous quote:
"If you want peace prepare for war."
Just because you want peace doesn't mean everybody does. Our military must always be prepared and these soldiers put their lives in danger so that you can have the right to free speech and freedom.
Because of our wealth and freedoms in this country we are the number one target in this world. The only reason we are what we are is because of those that defended our country. It all fairness it is actually their country.
Helen

United States

#23 Feb 9, 2013
walt wrote:
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It doesn't sit well to have a decorated Navy Seal speak against the nigger president.
We need a human President.
USA Gun Disease

Winnipeg, Canada

#24 Feb 9, 2013
whats up here wrote:
It is just another example of what is behind the cause of all these killings, mental problems. I believe if it could be verified you would find these individuals are being treated with prescribed drugs and we will never know because the disclosure is protected by law. Several cases are out there where the information has slipped out. It was a known fact that the theater killer was being treated and the school killers mother was trying to have him committed from news reports. This individual already well known as having PTSD was likely being treated by the VA. Gun Control will not stop this.
Actually this shows two things behind the cause of killings. One is putting a gun in the hands of someone who was damaged by war. The other was a pro-gun killer who thought this was a good idea. So who wins this debate? As far as mass killers like Jamesw Holmes and Adam Lanza, they ended up on meds because they were damaged by vaccines as babies. That ended all chance of a normal life for them. So its Pharma and guns causing it all.
latin lover

El Paso, TX

#25 Feb 10, 2013
whats up here wrote:
<quoted text>Because of our wealth and freedoms in this country we are the number one target in this world. The only reason we are what we are is because of those that defended our country. It all fairness it is actually their country.
Hooah!!!
latin lover

El Paso, TX

#26 Feb 10, 2013
whats up here wrote:
<quoted text>He did make himself more of a target with the of a target with the book, especially since they had a bounty on him. That had the potential to become a problem but did not cause his death unless the marine was a terrorist sympathizer. I haven't hear the marine was, only that he was troubled.
It was a very real and potential problem. But think about this marine: if you are emotionallly disturbed and maybe seeking attention, don't you think that you'll get that attention by killing a famous sniper?
whats up here

Nicholasville, KY

#27 Feb 10, 2013
latin lover wrote:
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It was a very real and potential problem. But think about this marine: if you are emotionallly disturbed and maybe seeking attention, don't you think that you'll get that attention by killing a famous sniper?
Yes, it is possible. With a disturbed mind anything can happen.
whats up here

Nicholasville, KY

#28 Feb 10, 2013
USA Gun Disease wrote:
<quoted text> Actually this shows two things behind the cause of killings. One is putting a gun in the hands of someone who was damaged by war. The other was a pro-gun killer who thought this was a good idea. So who wins this debate? As far as mass killers like Jamesw Holmes and Adam Lanza, they ended up on meds because they were damaged by vaccines as babies. That ended all chance of a normal life for them. So its Pharma and guns causing it all.
Guns alone can kill accidently as medications alone can have some negative reactions and kill. Overall they are a positive thing in and of themselves. When you combine the two there sometimes can be
some very negative results. We don't operate motor vehicles under the influence as a general rule and it would be a good idea to not handle firearms under the influence. I believe most gun owners would rather not be around someone under the influence and in possession of a firearm. There needs to be some common sense used with anything that can be potentially dangerous.
Pharma Maims Kills

Winnipeg, Canada

#29 Feb 10, 2013
whats up here wrote:
<quoted text>Guns alone can kill accidently as medications alone can have some negative reactions and kill. Overall they are a positive thing in and of themselves. When you combine the two there sometimes can be
some very negative results. We don't operate motor vehicles under the influence as a general rule and it would be a good idea to not handle firearms under the influence. I believe most gun owners would rather not be around someone under the influence and in possession of a firearm. There needs to be some common sense used with anything that can be potentially dangerous.
Absolutely
Helen

United States

#30 Feb 10, 2013
latin lover wrote:
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It was a very real and potential problem. But think about this marine: if you are emotionallly disturbed and maybe seeking attention, don't you think that you'll get that attention by killing a famous sniper?
You cannot argue that it`s not a noble thing to do to kill a mass murderer.
CTM

Sandy Hook, CT

#31 Feb 10, 2013
walt wrote:
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It doesn't sit well to have a decorated Navy Seal speak against the president.
.........It sure doesn't sit well to have a seated President speaking against his people. Last time I looked, he was elected, not appointed or born into being a president. He was elected to serve the people, an honor to be elected and hold the responsibilities of that office. Unfortunately, especially here in Connecticut, the politicians seem to all be some kind of self-entitled socio-path that believes we are here just to give them money. We are in real trouble since we seem to have run out of real Americans to run this country, or is it the real Americans have been run out by these crooks?
Eric Gustafson

Newport News, VA

#32 Feb 10, 2013
Karma..... Nobody can kill that many people and not expect a violent ending for themselves. Whether you believe he was right or wrong.

This guy was a killing machine.
CTM

Sandy Hook, CT

#33 Feb 11, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
Karma..... Nobody can kill that many people and not expect a violent ending for themselves. Whether you believe he was right or wrong.
This guy was a killing machine.
.......How do you know the guy wasn't paid by the gov't to kill him? That statement reeks of conspiracy theory but doesn't mean this stuff doesn't happen. Who knew the current administration would be so cold hearted as to parade the families of this tragedy around the country just to further their own agenda? As we still wait for the motive, tox reports and to hear from the others arrested at the scene.
USN USA

United States

#34 Feb 12, 2013
I am here at the Texas States Cemetery for Kyle's funeral. Haven't run into anyone who hates, or dislikes, the man.
BPT

United States

#35 Feb 12, 2013
latin lover wrote:
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Hooah!!! Nigga!!
Yeah, they really stink.
boredwithbs

Danbury, CT

#38 Feb 17, 2013
USN USA wrote:
I am here at the Texas States Cemetery for Kyle's funeral. Haven't run into anyone who hates, or dislikes, the man.

There are no niggers here, so I feel safe.
That's nice.
MumboJumbo

United States

#40 Feb 19, 2013
USA Gun Disease wrote:
<quoted text> Actually this shows two things behind the cause of killings. One is putting a gun in the hands of someone who was damaged by war. The other was a pro-gun killer who thought this was a good idea. So who wins this debate? As far as mass killers like Jamesw Holmes and Adam Lanza, they ended up on meds because they were damaged by vaccines as babies. That ended all chance of a normal life for them. So its Pharma and guns causing it all.
About as dangerous as putting "box cutters" in the hands of deranged Muslim terrorists who hijack airplanes?

What vaccines where these two taking as babies, and what vaccines, or drugs, was the SEAL shooter taking?
USA Gun Disease

Winnipeg, Canada

#41 Feb 19, 2013
MumboJumbo wrote:
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About as dangerous as putting "box cutters" in the hands of deranged Muslim terrorists who hijack airplanes?
What vaccines where these two taking as babies, and what vaccines, or drugs, was the SEAL shooter taking?
Theres no doubt this shooter was on drugs, what other treatment is there? Pharma controls medical care from birth now, and psychiatrists do little but prescribe product that makes patients suicidal and homicidal. Holmes and Lanza and other young shooters may be Aspergers, ADHD, Autistic, but ultimately if we drop the labels, they are vaccine damaged. In 3 decades autism increased from 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 88 or less in the USA. Parents have complained but been ignored. Parents claim after a series of vaccines their child was never the same. Government and Pharma use money and power to deny it.
USA Gun Disease

Winnipeg, Canada

#42 Feb 19, 2013
USN USA wrote:
I am here at the Texas States Cemetery for Kyle's funeral. Haven't run into anyone who hates, or dislikes, the man.
He made a fatal error, but as a man who brags about sniping 150 people, he lived by the gun and died by it. Could be he would have wanted it this way. Ultimately he's no loss, he was a murderer himself
latin lover

El Paso, TX

#43 Feb 21, 2013
Helen wrote:
<quoted text>You cannot argue that it`s not a noble thing to do to kill a mass murderer.
And I suppose that this so called "mass murderer" must've been killing choir boys. If those people were marked it must've been for obvious reasons.

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