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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by P12, Oct 15, 2005.

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  1. P12

    P12 Member

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    This was me nieces truck that was stolen at gun point. My bro-inlaw says she doesn't want the truck back due to the blood and brain matter inside the truck now.

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    She wasn't hurt. Had the crap scared out of her. A gun to the head will do that though.


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  2. Beetle Bailey

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    Best wishes to your family.

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    Glad to hear no one was hurt (except the perp).

    But I'm curious about this detail:

    So he got out of the truck after shooting himself in the head???
     
  4. chris in va

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    No, he left the truck after shooting himself via the cops. They pulled him out.

    How's your niece doing? That's some seriously scary stuff, armed or not.
     
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    See? Once in awhile, a criminal does the right thing.
     
  6. P12

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    From what I understand she is pretty shook up about it. Never wants to see the truck again.

    From what I've heard she had just got out and was walking from her truck to her work. She then heard gun shots. She decided to go back to the truck and leave the area because it was closer to her truck than her work place. He met her at her truck, demaded the keys. She said no, then he put the gun to her head and repeated the demand. She of course complied. What choice did she have at that point.

    She pretty strong willed and independant. I bet she gets past this pretty quick.
     
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    Glad to hear Shes all right and wasnt take Hostage Dont think i would want the truck back either
     
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    My sympathies to your niece. Hope she recovers well and quickly.

    Sam
     
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    A little late, though.

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  10. P12

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    Well, I spoke with the dad this am. I appears she never really exited the pick-up. He acousted her at the door. He had the drop on her before she even knew what was going on.
     
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