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October 29, 2012
case waste of time and reading this.
"I learned my lesson, dude," Ross said. "I almost got killed. All these things happening. And I want to sue the dude who tried to kill me and my friend."
If you learned your lesson as stated in the above quote, then you should be thanking the person who shot you, not suing him...
My favorite quote from the article: Ross was already on juvenile probation for drugs. When asked if he was breaking into the house he was allegedly robbing, Ross told News 8, "I don't want to speak on that at this time."
So, that would be an affirmative! My advice to Ross is this, you are to ignorant to sue, so stop the madness and go back to school!
The lawyers who would try to sue the homeowners are the problem in this country.The criminal should have ABSOLUTELY no rights to retaliate against the homeowners.
Bump to the post of both my friends.If ignorance is indeed bliss, as the old addage goes, this dork is extremely blissful.
At 17 the problem is this fool has a long time to be stupid. Ditto to 36TR.
Play with fire long enough, you'll get burned! Not knowing exactly what happened, if the person that shot the suspects did so to protect another's life, I don't see a problem with it.
As far as the 17 year old filing a law suit? lmao Yeah, right!! Maybe his parents should be sued for not having control of him. Just saying........
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