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    James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    So if you shoot a person, they survive and die twenty years later it can be called a homicide.

    Reagan aide Jim Brady's death ruled homicide

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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    Quote Originally Posted by cpgrad08 View Post
    So if you shoot a person, they survive and die twenty years later it can be called a homicide.

    Reagan aide Jim Brady's death ruled homicide
    That seems like quite a leap. I hope this doesn't stand the test of law or time. Too bizarre.
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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    So...baring his being shot years ago, before I was even born, this man was or would have been immortal?
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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    Ruling this a homicide is pure sensationalism.
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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    nothing wrong with ruling his death a homicide.... if the medical facts determine that he died from consequences of the wound he recieved decades ago.

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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    But what does it achieve?

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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    Quote Originally Posted by cpgrad08 View Post
    So if you shoot a person, they survive and die twenty years later it can be called a homicide.

    Reagan aide Jim Brady's death ruled homicide
    Sounds like a bunch of bull**** to me. I hope it will, at some point, be fought and overturned. No matter what I think of someone who does this, it does not excuse injustice on part of the legal system, which (imo) is exactly what this is.
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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    Quote Originally Posted by cpgrad08 View Post
    So if you shoot a person, they survive and die twenty years later it can be called a homicide.

    Reagan aide Jim Brady's death ruled homicide
    If someone went around injecting dangerous diseases into people or deliberately passing deadly STDs I think that person should be charged with murder regardless if it took 1 day or decades for that person to die.
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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    After two decades, seems a bit unreasonable.

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    Re: James Brady Death ruled a Homicide.

    Quote Originally Posted by lizzie View Post
    Sounds like a bunch of bull**** to me. I hope it will, at some point, be fought and overturned. No matter what I think of someone who does this, it does not excuse injustice on part of the legal system, which (imo) is exactly what this is.
    at this point, the legal system is not involved.... it's medical detemination, nothign more.

    I highly doubt Hinkley will be charged...and if they do decide ot charge him, the prosecution will have one helluva hill ot climb ( double jeopardy comes into play, as does his officially being designated "insane")

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