Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Future NRA Members Wreak Havoc During the Convention

Not far from Pittsburgh the gun juvenile gun culture was alive and well during the NRA Convention.

Greensburg police said BB- or pellet-gun holes in two vehicles may be related to a shooting spree that caused damage to more than 70 cars and homes during the weekend in central Westmoreland County.

Authorities reported three other incidents of criminal mischief from the weekend or on Monday.

Police expect to file charges with county juvenile authorities after a 17-year-old boy allegedly fired a BB or pellet gun at a North Hamilton Avenue home, damaging a window.

The boy said he was trying to shoot a cat, police said.

Seranko said someone may have been trying to break into a vehicle on Highland Avenue. Damage was done to a window and molding around it, he said.

A 66-year-old Greensburg man said a rock was thrown at his car as he traveled on West Pittsburgh Street, near Gaither Way. The window didn't break, and the two male suspects, each about 10 years old, ran away, police said.
What do you think? Maybe the gun apologists are right. If they can't get real guns, they use BB guns or even rocks. Violence and destruction is the key, don't let anyone tell you differently. The gun is just a tool.

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1 comment:

  1. It is a crying shame that mr 17yo um-dumb could not have pointed that bbgun at a police officer, would have been nice to throw a little chlorine in the gene pool.... oh well maybe he'll screw up next time...