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Pennsylvania Warden killed

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by buck460XVR, Nov 13, 2010.

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  1. buck460XVR

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    Sure was. From the article, it didn't make the warden sound like an anti hunting zealot, just a guy that loved the outdoors that learned a living being a game warden.

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    The game warden was another law enforcement officer who was doing his job. The perp is a convicted felon who did not want to go back to prison. He was poaching deer at night: A dead deer was found near the scene of the shooting.

    The prosecutor is contemplating asking for the death penalty. The death penalty is appropriate in this case.
     
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    From the refernced link above:
    There have been a number of articles that hit pretty much yesterday. This is sad. This is the first article that I observed the caliber of the gun mentioned. I had thought it was a 22 rifle which was reported to be used by the poachers while spotlighting deer.

    This guy will be in jail or worse a long time. Looks like he has found a new permanent residence.

    Never heard of any warden in PA being anti-hunting.

    Very sad for the affected family. Doing his job.... is it worth dying for?
     
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    Taking a life over a deer....what is this world coming to
     
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    So the felon made a bad choice in having a handgun as an ALREADY convicted felon, and then ANOTHER choice to murder someone instead of going back to jail, which is where he was headed anyway. Death penalty is appropriate.
     
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