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February 26, 2013
The link didn't work for me so I went to yahoo to find it and read it. SkoolCop I agree with you on all points. What a moron this guy is. I hope he is prosecuted for filing a false police report if it can be proven.
I have several questions for this complete M-O-R-O-N!!!!!!
A) How do you knot know that your firearm is loaded?
B) How do you not know what kind of firearm it is ( a 9mm or a .380 / also known as a 9mm short )?????
C) Why is your firearm (which should always be treated as if it were loaded because in this case, it obviously was loaded) in a position where the dog could possibly kick it (allegedly) and cause it to fire?
I am calling B.S. on the alleged victim and his claim. A more likely scenario is that he was playing with the firearm, a firearm that he was obviously not familiar with, inside of his vehicle. During the course of playing with said firearm, it discharged and the round struck him in the leg. He is blaming the dog so as to avoid receiving the I-D-I-O-T / M-O-R-O-N OF THE YEAR AWARD.
My questions for the Sebring Police Department:
1) Was there a GSR test completed on the dog and on the alleged victim to corroborate of refute his claim?
2) How about the trajectory of the round into the leg of the alleged victim again, to corroborate or refute his claim?
Sorry..... I wasn't there but I'm not buying it. This has all the markings of a negligent discharge and a false police report.
Bump scorpiokiss !!
this is both a head scratcher and chuckler, but most importantly, when firearm isn't in use, make sure the safety is on.
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