A shooting just north of the Indiana State University campus claims the life of a 21 year old.Let me guess. He grew up in a family that owned guns in one of the most gun-friendly states. Since he was 5 years old he'd been taught to shoot and that guns are just another tool. In those young years, a thousand times he'd been told never to point the gun at anything you don't want to destroy.
It happened overnight Friday. According to Terre Haute Police, Brandon Perrine died of an accidental gunshot wound.
The investigation into the case is ongoing, but according to witness accounts, the incident was completely accidental.
News 10 confirmed through an ISU Student Database that Perrine is a student at the college.
Then, at 21, he's dead from an negligent discharge that everybody tries to soft-sell by calling it an unfortunate accident.
Does that about cover it? What do you think?