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Old 07-22-2012, 07:03 AM   #11
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They shouldn't even waste a trial on this idiot. They should take and put a bullet between his eyes and be done with him instead of wasting peoples tax money.
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Old 07-23-2012, 01:41 PM   #12
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How the f*** can you shoot a 9 year old? I would agree Galax, but actually putting a bullet in his head would be letting him off the hook. He needs something much more drawn out and painful. I'm sick of people screwing over kids like that. This is the exact reason I carry a handgun on me almost every time I leave the house. I'm am a black belt but there isn't much you can do to a guy gunning you down 10,20, or 30 feet away, and I'll be damned if I ever let my life and my wife's life be at the mercy of some random asshole like this.
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Old 07-23-2012, 02:00 PM   #13
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I'll be damned if I ever let my life and my wife's life be at the mercy of some random asshole like this.
A congressman who said that The Joker's rampage was an "attack on Judeo-Christian values" also asked "With all those people in the theater, was there nobody that was carrying a gun that could have stopped this guy more quickly?"

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_1...stian-beliefs/

The guy was wearing body armor while packing an A-15 with a 100 round clip, a shotgun, and 2 Glocks.

Unless everyone in the theater would have been packing and returned fire (which arguably creates its own set of problems), I respectfully suggest carrying a sidearm is not going to be of much assistance if somone dressed up like the SWAT team and carrying an assault rifle decides to drop by.
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Everyone who carries a gun thinks that in that type of chaos they would be able to put one between the eyes on a quick draw.
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This is really disturbing. It's beyond comprehension how someone can enter a movie theater and start shooting random innocent people like that. I hope this guy fries.
Makes me physically sick to even think about this story.

Would like to throw this creep in a pen with wild animals and watch them rip him limb from limb. Sick %&$! ! !
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If you're going into a movie and see someone with a weapon, do you report it? Refuse to go in because he might start shooting? Go in happily because he must be armed to protect you and stop the other armed guy from shooting?
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If you're going into a movie and see someone with a weapon, do you report it? Refuse to go in because he might start shooting? Go in happily because he must be armed to protect you and stop the other armed guy from shooting?
In Georgia you ask him or her to pass the popcorn - if you have a weapons carry license (based on his lack of a record last week's shooter in Colorado could have obtained one) in Georgia there are few places you cannot carry - it does not prohibit packing in theaters

http://www.georgiapacking.org/law.php

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In Georgia you ask him or her to pass the popcorn - if you have a weapons carry license (based on his lack of a record last week's shooter in Colorado could have obtained one) in Georgia there are few places you cannot carry - it does not prohibit packing in theaters

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What will theaters say about it?
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What will theaters say about it?
Theater or other private business establishment needs to put up a sign prohibiting firearms

This web site apparently used to provide a llst of locations where you could not bring your gun to assist someone who wanted to take in a movie or go shopping while continuing to enjoy their ability to pack at all times

http://www.georgiapacking.org/gflnol.php

This reflects the local attitude of many that guns should be everywhere

Hours after the horrific shooting in Aurora, Colorado last week, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a challenge to Georgia’s ban on carrying concealed weapons in places of worship. Guns rights advocates, along with two Reverends, argued the ban violates the Second Amendment right to bear arms, but the court disagreed. When the Supreme Court recognized that the Second Amendment protects an individual right, Justice Scalia said the ruling should not “cast doubt on . . . laws forbidding the carrying of firearms in sensitive places such as schools and government buildings.”....

The Georgia legislature is now considering a bill that would overturn the 11th Circuit’s decision and further relax the state’s concealed carry laws to allow guns in churches, government buildings, schools, and bars, without the consent of property owners

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