Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Lawful Florida Gun Owner Gets Found Out


Local news reports

A Flagler Beach woman is accused of firing a shot outside of a State Road A1A bar, upset because she was ready to leave but her friend wasn’t, said Police Chief Dan Cody. 

Flagler Beach Police arrested Maureen Eleanor Witkowski, 38, Tuesday at the Lazy Pelican, 2444 S. State Road A1A, after investigating a complaint about the gunfire. 

“One shot was fired about 9:40 p.m.,” Cody said by phone. “The suspect was outside, but she went inside (the bar) when officers arrived.” 

An officer questioned Witkowski, who initially said she heard a loud boom and pointed northeast toward the beach, Cody said. 

“Officers left and investigated the area, but didn’t find anything,” Cody said. “When they returned, they were told she ran into the bathroom (after they left). Both women (Witkowski and her friend) were sitting at the bar.” 

One officer stayed with the women while another went into the women’s restroom, Cody said. A silver and black .38-caliber handgun was found stashed in a drawer of the vanity.

25 comments:

  1. The above is what happens without comment moderation.

    Parts of that screed look like something David Mabus might do, but he's a KKKrisitianist asshat from Canada who usually attacks people who hate JESUS.

    Religiouswhackadoodles/gunzloonz/conspiracy theorists/ people who believe in "magic", there's some serious overlap.

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    1. "The above is what happens without comment moderation."

      What a whiny fuckin' crybaby you are. Go back to your hobbit hole that you call a blog and enjoy the moderation! Of course that comes with a lack of people to comment and generally a lonely miserable little existence. But hey, you're used to that already.

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    2. Democommie, there's a difference between legitimate comments and obvious spam. Most of us can make that determination without any trouble. It comes as no surprise that you cannot.

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    3. You're right democommie. I have the comment moderation off and some of that crap slips through. I'll get rid of it.

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  2. And that's what happens when assholes like mikeyw, weerdiebeardie and Shit8it can post anonymously.

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  3. Yup, democommie is right - the above Justo xjustice is just nonsense.

    The whiny crybabies are the gun loonz here, who are terrified without a gun to make them powerful (if only in their imagination) and who are afraid of facts, because facts and critical thinking are not their friends.

    That's why they post anonyously, because they're scared to have an identity, bwhaaaa haaaa haaa.

    More gun culture failure. You tell 'em Democommie!

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    1. And then there's me. I'm aware of the facts. I employ critical thinking. I post under my own name, not some pseudonym. It's you, Dog Gone, who can't stand the idea of people coming to a conclusion not approved by you. You're the one who's afraid. You fear being challenged. You fear difference. I've given you the opportunity to address my points, rather than yelling slurs and taunts, but you refuse.

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    2. Oh look, comment moderation is brought up and look who pops her head in! The queen control freak. Why don't you copy and paste your opinions here anymore? Afraid of unmoderated challenges to your opinions? It must kill you that you can't delete these messages critical of you.

      So why don't you also take your whiny crybaby ass back to that failure of a business of yours. Then feel free to waste the day copying and pasting away on your own blog. Which coincidentally enough has about the same readership level as Demmocommie's dredge.

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  4. My guess is that Justo xjustice is actually Democommie and/or DG.
    What better way to get to comment on moderation than to initiate a democommie or DG lunatic post under some other name. It is a typical extreme, radical leftist tactic and we all know who the extreme, radical leftists here are.
    orlin sellers

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  5. dog gone, so I'm a terrified loon because I took up carrying a firearm for personal defense after I had been stabbed on three separate occasions (one of them causing my lung to collapse) and having been shot at twice? I think not. I worked as a bodyguard/security for a few years and I went the majority of the time without carrying a firearm but I got tired of being stabbed and being shot at so I started carrying a firearm. I never was stabbed again because I could defuse the situation, subdue the attacker and wait for police to arrive.

    I don't know what type of people you have been around in the past but none of the people I know that carry a firearm get any 'loony' thought that a firearm makes them powerful or invincible. Maybe it's your judge of character that has led you to get that thought process because you had surrounded yourself with people that thought that way. But to make an assumption that all people that carry a firearm are loony and terrified is completely unfounded.

    Now that I have first hand experience in how effective having a firearm is for self-defensive purposes, I'll never again go without a firearm. It's not because I can't handle myself, I'm very apt to handling myself when I'm facing an attacker and all they have is their fists but when they have a weapon, that's a whole different ballgame. In the three times I was stabbed I was able to disarm and subdue the attackers after a short period (even with a collapsed lung) but from now on, I like avoiding being stabbed by having the upper hand.

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    1. Don't anticipate any acknowledgement of the points you made or any attempt to address them. You didn't ask Dog Gone's permission to carry a gun or even to own one. Her majesty is not amused.

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    2. My opinion is that people who work as body guards or those who service ATM machines, as well as many others, would be wise to have a gun and a concealed carry license.

      That has nothing to do with the fact that gun ownership and availability is too easy.

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    3. ooh sorry Mikey, I stopped reading your articles, I was just commenting on dog gone's comment.

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  6. "5000 whining atheists vs the Great Prophet.

    how the divine pen of Michel N. crushed the international atheist movement

    skeps.org/5000-whining-atheists-vs-the-great-prophet-t644.html"

    Yeah, Orlin, that's definitely leftwing cant. You're a fucking moron.

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  7. Demofuckwad, I'm sorry my comment was too complicated or complex for you. The tactic of you dumbass, extreme, radical left wing pathological partisan pukes is to pose as dumbass, extreme, radical right wing pathological pukes. You did a mighty fine job. That you did it without ZZZZZZZZZZZZZs and KKKKKKKKKKKKKs didn't fool anyone.
    You are Justo xjustice.
    orlin sellers

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  8. Rather than addressing the article, the control freaks here are yammering about obvious spam. I'll point out that from the source we learn that the woman in question was charged with violating the laws relating to carrying a firearm. That means that she wasn't lawful. She will be a prohibited person in the future. The law will do its job here without having to resort to a Department of Pre-crimes.

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    1. That's exactly my point. It's too easy for unfit people like her to own and misuse guns. It should be harder even if that means inconveniencing you a tiny bit.

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    2. You just posted your tiny inconveniences. Those aren't tiny. They are infringements on the right to own and carry firearms. And they would not stop gun crimes or accidents.

      When are you going to get the point? There are too many guns in this country for gun control to work. There are too many firearms without paperwork all over for your side to find them.

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    3. MikeB,

      By definition you never know who an "unfit" person is until they actually demonstrate that they are unfit with their actions. If there were some magical way to identify "unfit" people before they act, that would be great. But this doesn't exist.

      You are advocating that government determines who are "unfit" and that government can then take away the rights of "unfit" people. That is 1939 Nazi Germany. No thank you.

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    4. My "one strike you're out" policy does not rely on magic.

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    5. Your "one strike" idea is a violation of legal principle in many cases. You would ban someone for a simple accident, even when no one gets hurt. You've refused to call for the same reaction regarding other dangerous things like cars or other machines. We know what your purpose is.

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  9. Greg said: "Rather than addressing the article, the control freaks here are yammering about obvious spam."

    How dare you. That was critical thinking by the crippled thinkers. LMAO!!!!
    orlin sellers

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    1. I just never learned to take orders...

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