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Old 11-06-2003, 01:11 AM   #1
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One way or another, I'd imagine he'll get his wish for the death penalty...
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Old 11-06-2003, 05:42 AM   #2
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LOL
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Old 11-06-2003, 07:00 AM   #3
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When you treat people poorly (such as punching people in the chest and then laughing at them) sometimes bad things may happen to you. One day you are bound to treat the wrong person poorly. Obviously the "Outlaw bikers" picked the wrong person that day. I have little sympathy.



Yes this man committed murder. Yes he should pay. Yes I feel worse for him than I do those idiot bikers.
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Old 11-06-2003, 07:14 AM   #4
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Wow, you can't make stuff like this up...



"See this guy get's trashed after fighting with his old lady, and he steals a van to go on a two-week bender. Now, he needs money that he can actually spend, so he tries to find a buyer for an old silver certificate. Where do you go to hock stuff like that? The pier, of course! Who's there looking to buy your collectibles? Outlaw bikers, that's who. I mean, it's the obvious place to go to find the appropriate clientele! So anyways, this guy insinuates the bikers are old, and you know how those guys are about their looks... One of them punches him in the chest and laughs at him. Being shnookered, the antiques dealer in the stolen van follows the bikers to an intersection and runs half of 'em down and..."



Shut up, you're full of s**t...









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Old 11-06-2003, 07:48 AM   #5
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If everytime I was treated poorly in my life I KILLED people there would be a lot more dead people in this world. His reaction was beyond all proportion to any injuries incurred by him, was Outrageous and I am Outraged! If I had seen him mow down those "Bikers" and got my hands on him...
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Old 11-06-2003, 08:32 AM   #6
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You gotta be kidding. A lowlife kills a few motorcycle riders and you think they got what was coming to them. Are you out of your mind or something? You don't know a thing about these "Outlaw bikers" other than their club's name and what some murderer has for an excuse and yet you take the murderers side. These guys that got murdered most likely have families that loved them and you go and write something like that. Use that pea for a brain to think about what you wrote. Take your time. Hopefully you'll have come to a different conclusion. I'll bet the next time you treat somebody a little harsh that you hope they don't follow and murder you as this s***** of the earth did to these fellow bikers.
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Old 11-06-2003, 09:23 AM   #7
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Well... He sounds ripe for an insanity plea or manslaughter and might well persuade a jury in his favor.



He suffered a long history of physical abuse, drug abuse, his actions were impulsive, not premeditated, he didn't take the advice of council (he must really be insane for this one) and he killed outlaw bikers who have frightened more than one Floridian, I'm sure. Don't count him out just yet.
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Old 11-06-2003, 12:01 PM   #8
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Abe, I don't know if your junior high bully used to pick on you, if your boss is mean to you you, or what people have done to treat you poorly, but you need to get some counseling to deal with these feelings. If you have so much animosity toward people who treat others badly that you don't feel bad when they are killed by being run over by a truck (not a nice way to go), you have some serious issues. We don't even know the Bikers' side of the story, and given all of the actions of the murdurer leading up to this incident (fights, stealing, drunk), why should we take his word on what happened? The alleged punch may be a lie to or he may have done much more to provoke the punch. How do we know he wasn't just mad becasue they wouldn't buy his stupid silver certificate? In any event, there are two reasoanble responses to a punch (1) the macho man response of punching back and using the amount of force necessary to defend yourself or (2) the civilized man response of reporting the assault to the proper authorities. (If he can follow them to run them over, he can get the plate numbers and report them.) However, because the murderer was a gutless chicken and car thief, he cowardly tried to kill them while safe inside his truck and then tried to run from the law. How can you feel more sympathy for him than the Bikers? He had every option and chose his fate. The Bikers didn't choose theirs, even if they did punch him. Please go talk with the people who are treating you poorly or otherwise deal with these feelings before your response gets similarly out of hand. I'm sorry to get so personal, but I just think your reply was so far out there that you need to think about it.
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Old 11-06-2003, 01:07 PM   #9
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You forgot one thing. He is "sorry" .............that they are in a gang.
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Old 11-06-2003, 03:36 PM   #10
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Good luck getting the real story from either side of this conflict.
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