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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    They are actually made to be kicked in.
    Don't know about that, but unless you spend some coin on a solid core or steel door. They go down pretty easy.

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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Didn't say it was. Did a thief get shot?
    No...

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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    No...
    Thief got shot in the other "SYG" type thread, my bad.

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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Where does it mention her drug dealers house?
    Or is that just you making **** up?
    That's twice, Buck.

    I've never mentioned a drug dealer's house. I've never mentioned SYG. I've not made anything up. The NY Times article I cited stated: “...prosecutors indicated on Wednesday that the authorities may never know where Ms. McBride was and what she was doing immediately before her death. This is because “Several hours later, and six blocks from the crash site, Ms. McBride appeared on Mr. Wafer’s front porch.” http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/24/us...orch.html?_r=2

    Based on that, I posted "Maybe McBride was injured and seeking help, as her family has suggested, or maybe in those missing hours she hooked up with more booze and drugs and was out of her head." This is called "speculating," not "making **** up."
    http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1063561067

    The point is that not even prosecutors in this trial know where McBride was for several hours and that perhaps this mystery will never be solved. But I don't think she was unconscious in the wrecked car because eyewitnesses who tried to help her said she wandered away from it. I do think, given that McBride was twice the legal limit at the time of her death, which was, again, several hours after the wreck, that it's reasonable to wonder how messed up she was at the time of the wreck and about what happened after that.

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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    I don't think racism motivated the decision to charge the man with murder.
    Of course it was...It was that special kind of anti white, reverse racism that doesn't exist.
    (did you know Muhammed is a genius?)

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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    That's twice, Buck.

    I've never mentioned a drug dealer's house. I've never mentioned SYG. I've not made anything up. The NY Times article I cited stated: “...prosecutors indicated on Wednesday that the authorities may never know where Ms. McBride was and what she was doing immediately before her death. This is because “Several hours later, and six blocks from the crash site, Ms. McBride appeared on Mr. Wafer’s front porch.” http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/24/us...orch.html?_r=2

    Based on that, I posted "Maybe McBride was injured and seeking help, as her family has suggested, or maybe in those missing hours she hooked up with more booze and drugs and was out of her head." This is called "speculating," not "making **** up."
    http://www.debatepolitics.com/breaki...post1063561067

    The point is that not even prosecutors in this trial know where McBride was for several hours and that perhaps this mystery will never be solved. But I don't think she was unconscious in the wrecked car because eyewitnesses who tried to help her said she wandered away from it. I do think, given that McBride was twice the legal limit at the time of her death, which was, again, several hours after the wreck, that it's reasonable to wonder how messed up she was at the time of the wreck and about what happened after that.
    I speculate that she was abducted by aliens and spent the two hours on Saturn where the aliens probed her and injected the alcohol right into her blood.
    See I didn't make any **** up either ...
    ...I speculated...

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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Someone did those things, or McBride would still be alive.

    You sure aren't paying attention to what you yourself quoted previously.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Someone did those things, or McBride would still be alive.

    No, no one did what you claimed happened.
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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    I don't think racism motivated the decision to charge the man with murder.
    It is an over charge.
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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    I misquoted.
    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Someone did those things, or McBride would still be alive.

    You sure aren't paying attention to what you yourself quoted previously.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Someone did those things, or McBride would still be alive.

    No, no one did what you claimed happened.

    The above should have been like the following.


    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Self defense or accident?
    It can't be both.
    You sure aren't paying attention to what you yourself quoted previously.


    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Someone did those things, or McBride would still be alive.

    No, no one did what you claimed happened.
    “The law is reason, free from passion.”
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    Re: Homeowner Who Shot Dead A Teen Girl On His Porch Faces Murder Charges This Week

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    I do think, given that McBride was twice the legal limit at the time of her death, which was, again, several hours after the wreck, that it's reasonable to wonder how messed up she was at the time of the wreck and about what happened after that.
    Several hours after and twice the legal limit.
    Gee, what do you think a jury will think of that?
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