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Careless is too vague. Was he under the influence? Was he juggling with the gun? If it was a simple accident--and yes, accidents can happen--the charge is excessive.
Dropping the salt shaker is a simple accident. Dropping a loaded gun which then discharges and injures someone is gross negligence. You don't want it to be, I know, for that eventual day when you do it. Or have you already?
Mikeb, you're too old to be such a child.
So it would be OK if he was under the influence (whatever that means)? It would be OK if he was juggling the gun? Just digging for non-facts to excuse this shooting. Typical criminal thinking. What excuse can be used to escape responsibility for this assault.
Oh, I'm the child? You're just the one who keeps excusing negligence as accidents. That's mature.
Mikeb, your childishness was in accusing me of negligence. It's a typical tactic of yours. Someone objects to your simple-minded views, and you enquire if the person has done something wrong.Anonymous, looking into the details of a case does not equate to defending the people involved. I don't really expect you to understand the complexity of that.
The police did that and charged him accordingly. Of course you know better than the police. The same criminal thinking that makes you think it's OK to go after a drug dealer (who did nothing to you) with your gun, instead of calling the police. proving again, your disdain for the law and taking the law into your own criminal hands.
Another dropped gun incident, which Greg ans SS claim never happen. Any pro gun people out there that do not lie?
Cite any time that I said that, with a URL to the comment in its context.
Everyone read it criminal cowardly liar. Add another lie to your long list of lies.