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Worlds Greatest Laywer

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Sisco, Mar 15, 2003.

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  1. Sisco

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    World's Greatest Lawyer
    In Holmes County, Miss., in October, Mr. Chocwe Lumumba, Esq., earned an acquittal for his client, former policeman Eddie Myers, having convinced the jury that it was self-defense when Myers killed his sister-in-law (who was the assistant police chief). Myers told the jury that, yes, he grabbed two .40-caliber handguns and fired 36 shots, hitting the woman 14 times, and yes, the victim's own handgun was found by emergency workers still strapped inside its holster, but it was still self-defense. [Clarion-Ledger, 10-23-02]

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    America's Real Gun Problem
    Some recent accidental self-shootings: Jason Gins, 19, Baton Rouge, La., January, in the genitals (gun stuffed in waistband during getaway from robbery); Michael Bent, 30, New York City, September, hit an artery near the groin (fatal) (fooling with gun in car while talking to his girlfriend); Randal Lewis, 40, near St. Louis, September, in the head (fatal) (while demonstrating to 12-year-old son how to unload gun); Robert E. Slay Jr., 55, Gonzalez, La., October, leg (trying on pants at an outlet store); Dr. Steve Kyplesky, 57, Raceland, La., hand (fumbling with gun in his truck's glove compartment); Dale B. Grimmett, 41, Ione, Wash., shoulder (pointed rifle at himself while cleaning it); 15-year-old high school student, Detroit, December, leg (bent over to pick up pencil in class). [The Advocate (Baton Rouge), 1-28-03] [New York Post, 9-30-02] [St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 10-1-02] [The Advocate (Baton Rouge), 10-29-02] [WAFB-TV (Baton Rouge), 1-6-03] [Spokesman-Review (Spokane), 1-9-03] [Detroit Free Press, 12-3-02]
     
  2. Kahr carrier

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    Wow those Accidental shootings ouch.:p
     
  3. S_O_Laban

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    I don't know, I'm thinking the "worlds greatest lawyer' would have found a way for the shooter to have been paid for doing what he did in cash:D
     
  4. Smoke

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    Thats coming next int he civil trial.

    Hideously large cash award for the pain and suffering his poor departed sister in law caused him. Having to shoot someone 14 times. OH, THE HUMANITY.


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