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Post time 2008-12-5 21:47:35 |Display all floors
Originally posted by buddy35 at 2008-12-1 08:29

Those killings are all due to the white anglos who split India into 3, causing these problems in the first place.

Every death is due to the Anglos who rules india for centuries and destroyed ...

If folks can't see how sick you are than man is totally lost!

Look, idiot, the Anglos didn't do anything, those dead people didn't do anything! A few people did something! You grossly twisted psychopath! The people who did what the things in which you justify this insanity and all this hatred and murder, have been dead dead dead for years!

And, knucklehead, they were humans -- why not take your illogical reasoning and apply your stupidity to the full direction of your generalizations, why do you not seek the destruction of all humans, do you think you are some unique creature? You are no God! Idiot!

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Post time 2008-12-8 07:30:13 |Display all floors
Gun club, police chief indicted in boy's Uzi death

Associated Press Writer


Three men, including a small-town police chief, were indicted Thursday on involuntary manslaughter counts in the gun-fair death of an 8-year-old who accidentally shot himself in the head with an Uzi that a prosecutor said he never should have been allowed to handle.

The club where the fair was held also was charged. The fair had promised shooters would have certified instructors in an advertisement, but District Attorney William Bennett said the child, Christopher Bizilj, was supervised by an uncertified 15-year-old boy.

Christopher, of Ashford, Conn., lost control of the 9mm micro submachine gun as it recoiled while he was firing at a pumpkin Oct. 26 at the Machine Gun Shoot and Firearms Expo at the Westfield Sportsman's Club in western Massachusetts.

Pelham Police Chief Edward Fleury was charged because he owns the sponsor of the gun fair, COP Firearms & Training. Two men who brought the automatic weapon to the show, Carl Guiffre of Hartford, Conn., and Domenico Spano, of New Milford, Conn., also were indicted.

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Post time 2008-12-24 08:50:18 |Display all floors
2 killed, 2 hurt in Dallas-area road shootings


The Associated Press

December 22, 2008

Authorities searched Monday evening for a motorist they say shot at a car and three semitrailer trucks on Dallas-area roads during the afternoon rush hour, killing two people and injuring two.

The first shooting occurred around 5:45 p.m. in Garland, a Dallas suburb. A pickup truck heading south on a major road pulled up alongside a small Nissan stopped at a red light and began shooting, police spokesman Joe Harn said. The Nissan driver was killed.

The pickup then drove off toward Interstate 635 in Dallas, where the driver of an 18-wheeler was shot and injured, police said.

The suspect continued west on the highway, then shot and killed the driver of a United Van Lines 18-wheeler rig. He died at the scene, said Sgt. Gil Cerda, a Dallas police spokesman.

The suspect then drove about a quarter- to a half-mile on the interstate and fired at another 18-wheeler. The driver was injured by debris but not struck by the bullet.

The Nissan driver was identified as 20-year-old Jorge Lopez of Rowlett. The identity of the rig driver who was killed was not immediately available.

Dallas police did not know the identity or conditions of the two survivors.

Police are looking for a suspect described as a balding white man in his 40s, driving a tan Ford F-150 extended cab pickup, Cerda said.

Copyright 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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Post time 2008-12-24 08:57:26 |Display all floors
2 suspects jailed in robbery-slaying
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Two suspects are in jail each facing a capital murder charge in the weekend shooting death of a Wagarville store owner.

Washington County Sheriff Richard Stringer said 22-year-old Corey Allen Wimbley of Wagerville and Juan Crayton of McIntosh are accused of shooting 55-year-old Ray Wheat inside Harris Cash Grocery along U.S. 43 on Friday morning.

The sheriff said the shooting occurred during an apparent robbery and an attempt to burn the store.

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Post time 2008-12-26 17:27:10 |Display all floors
Police: 'Santa' shooting kills at least 6 in LA

The Associated Press
December 25, 2008

Stinging from an acrimonious divorce, a man plotting revenge against his ex-wife dressed up like Santa, went to his former in-laws' Christmas Eve party and slaughtered at least six people before killing himself hours later.

Three people were listed as missing after Bruce Pardo's rampage _ his ex-wife and her parents _ and it was feared their remains were among the ashes of the home, which Pardo set ablaze using a bizarre homemade device that sprayed flammable liquid.

Pardo, 45, had no criminal record and no history of violence, according to police, but he was angry following last week's settlement of his divorce after a marriage that lasted barely a year.

'It was not an amicable divorce,' police Lt. Pat Buchanan said.

The massacre began when an 8-year-old girl answered Pardo's knock at the door. Pardo, carrying what appeared to be a large present, pulled out a handgun and shot her in the face, then began shooting indiscriminately as about 25 partygoers tried to flee, police said.

A 16-year-old girl was shot in the back, and a 20-year-old woman broke her ankle when she escaped by jumping from a second-story window. Those two, and the 8-year-old, remained hospitalized Christmas Day.

The gift-wrapped box Pardo was carrying actually contained a pressurized homemade device he used to spray a liquid that quickly sent the house up in flames, police said.

When the fire was extinguished early Thursday, officers found three charred bodies in the living room area.

'They were met with a scene that was just indescribable,' police Chief Kim Raney said. Investigators found three more bodies amid the ashes later in the day.

None of the dead or missing have been identified.

Following the shootings, Pardo quickly got out of the Santa suit and drove off, witnesses told police. He went to his brother's home about 25 miles away in the Sylmar area of Los Angeles. No one was home, so Pardo let himself in, police said.

Police were called to the home early Thursday, and officers found Pardo dead of a single bullet to the head.
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Post time 2008-12-26 17:30:05 |Display all floors
The murder rate in L.A. in six month is much greater than the murder rate on the entire continent of Europe in one year.

Yet,  Americans are in Iraq teaching them a better life.
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Post time 2008-12-27 20:51:01 |Display all floors
Phila. man shot because family talked during movie

A South Philadelphia man enraged because a father and son were talking during a Christmas showing of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button took care of the situation when he pulled a .380-caliber gun and shot the father, police said.
James Joseph Cialella Jr., 29, of the 1900 block of Hollywood Street is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, and weapons violations.

"It's truly frightening when you see something like this evolve into such violence," said police spokesman Lt. Frank Vanore.

Police were called to the Riverview Theatre in the 1400 block of Columbus Boulevard about 9:30 p.m. where the gunshot victim, a Philadelphia man who was not identified, told police a man sitting near him told his family to be quiet and threw popcorn at his son.

After exchanging words, Vanore said Cialella allegedly got out of his seat to confront the family when the father got up to protect them. That's when the victim was shot once in the left arm, sending others in the theatre running to safety.

Cialella then sat down to watch the movie. Police arrived a short time later and arrested Cialella and confiscated his weapon, Vanore said.

James Joseph Cialella Jr., 29, of the 1900 block of Hollywood Street is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, and weapons violations for allegedly shooting a guy who talked through a movie.
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