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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

More…gun insanity…state by state


Gun insanity

This is a continuation in my series to point out that there is gun insanity all over the country that needs to be corrected with sane gun control.  Of course, there is no better place to start than Arizona.

ARIZONA: Add animal abuse to the charges against this suspected gun freak.  It seems that Mark Donald Arneson gave his pit bull “Buddy” to another man and somehow the animal ended up with two rounds in his head.  Arneson has a criminal history which makes it illegal for him to have a gun, if in fact he did.  Arneson said Buddy had become aggressive and he decided to unload him on this other man.  The cops say at the least, he facilitated the dog’s death.

WASHINGTON: Another school shooting of an 8-year-old girl in an elementary school in Bremerton, Washington.  They had the shooter in custody but there was no report as to whether he or she was also a student.  School shootings are becoming more and more prevalent, but some states still want to legalize bringing a gun on college campuses.

ARIZONA: In a “Walmart Special” recently, a man from Mesa, Arizona dropped his Ruger .357-caliber Western-style revolver in the restroom as he started to sit for his constitutional.  The gun went off when it fell out of his holster and hit the floor, the bullet passing through the stall door, ricocheting off the wall into a light on the ceiling then back at the floor almost hitting a man at a urinal.  It wasn’t clear whether Andrew Seals would be prosecuted for endangerment.  In Arizona?  HA!

Following is a must-see video on Arizona gun laws:



PENNSYLVANIA: Tyrirk Harris is accused of killing his neighbor, Franklin Manuel Santana, in Philadelphia over his dogs running free and making a mess.  Police say it was an ongoing dispute that eventually prompted Harris to pull out his 9-mm handgun and shoot Santana several times.  The victim left a wife and 2-month-old baby.  Harris was charged with murder and was not licensed to carry a gun at the time.

ARIZONA: A 42-year-old man, from Mesa again, was arrested on suspicion of threatening his 19-year-old son at gunpoint.  Jeffrey Higgins is a Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office detention officer; one of Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s boys.  He was booked into jail on suspicion of aggravated assault and criminal damage and was placed on administrative leave by the Sheriff’s office.  Higgins has a history of threatening his son with guns but the incidents have been unreported.

Sarah Palin with best pal

Jared Loughner, Tucson shooter

MISSOURI: Several Democratic state lawmakers found stickers on their office doors with rifle crosshairs on them.  Shades of Sarah Palin and her 2010 crosshairs on Gabby Giffords Arizona district.  Coincidentally, it was just one day before Giffords announced on Capitol Hill that she would resign to concentrate on her recovery from being shot at the 2011 Tucson massacre.  Some lawmakers removed the stickers only to return later and find even larger ones.

ARIZONA: In Mesa, once again, a 7-year-old boy brought a handgun on a loaded school bus and discharged it.  There were about 30 students on board when the boy manipulated the gun in his backpack, firing a single shot.   His father,
Mike Place
, was “grateful nobody was hurt.”  The kid found the weapon in a closet at home and had carried it around school all day.  What kind of moron gun owner leaves his handgun unsecured in a closet?  One from Arizona, of course.   

From accidents to intent to harm, there are too many guns on the streets and too many of those guns are in the hands of those who either legally should not possess a weapon or are not educated well enough to carry a gun.  More coming up on the lack of gun education later. 
  

3 comments:

  1. And, Robbery and Burglary insanity stopped with a gun...

    Two young men attacked and shoved 46-year-old customer to the floor as he reached for a pack of razors near the pharmacy at an Orlando, Florida Walmart.
    The would-be victim is a concealed weapon permit holder and had a gun in a holster. After drawing his gun he used it to pistol whip one of his assailants, police said. At this point, the assailants ran away, and police are looking for them. One sustained a large cut to the head from the pistol whipping. 02/17/2012

    A man visiting a home in rural Alvarado, Texas shot and killed a suspect who was attempting to break into the residence early Sunday morning, said Johnson County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Tim Jones. 02/19/12

    One person is dead following a shooting during an alleged home invasion south of Earlville early Sunday morning.
    According to the La Salle County, Illinois Sheriff's Office and La Salle County Coroner Jody Bernard, two suspects entered a residence on County Highway 1 at 3 a.m., at which time one of the suspects was shot by the homeowner. The suspect was transported by Earlville emergency personnel to Mendota Community Hospital where he was pronounced dead in the emergency room. 02/19/2012

    A King County, Washington homeowner dialed 911, grabbed a nearby gun and went to investigate the source of the noise when he heard glass breaking in his home..
    The man told officers he saw his sliding glass door had been broken and two men, both strangers were standing in his home.
    He said he fired at least one shot, hitting one of the intruders in the head and the other man ran away when the shot rang out. 02/22/12

    After being pepper sprayed by two armed robbers, a Lakewood, Colorado check cashing store employee at Cambio de Cheque Check Cashing drew his gun and shot one, sending him to the hospital. 02/25/2012

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  2. Pack of lies in that "video", of course. "Concealed assault weapon" my ass. You really are a vile fuckwad. Congrats on getting kicked out of DKos, took you long enough. Bet you don't have the intestinal fortitude to let this comment stay.

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    1. Decided to publish this comment to illustrate how you are a prime example of the LOWLIFE MORONS that populate the world of gun worshippers. I pity you and anyone you have contact with. I was banned from Daily Kos but considering the people like yourself that hang out there, nothing is lost.

      Jack E. Dunning
      Nasty Jack

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