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James Brady is Dead
#11
DeadEye;151325 Wrote:Now ruled a homicide...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/crim...=MK0000205

Oh cut me a fucking break...
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#12
Just when you think they just can't get any dumber...




...and even though Hinkley still shows deceptive behavior he is expected to make friends and be a member of the community!?

I'm not sure who's crazier.Dodgy
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#13
Using that logic....you can now get accused of murder when your friend from high school dies at age 69, since that fight you had with him out behind the school gave him a black eye....
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#14
DeadEye;151325 Wrote:Now ruled a homicide...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/crim...=MK0000205

Having known para- and quadriplegics, yes, it's a big deal. And it does shorten life. Usually something related to their paralysis "gets" them, as opposed to anything else.

Lots of assumptions--- that he would have taken care of himself if able-bodied, etc.

But as it is, Hinkley's actions removed any number of options he would have had to extend his life. He did, indeed, die of complications of those gunshot wounds.

Screw Hinkley; he's just another pain in the ass to us law-abiding gun owners. Without him, there wouldn't have been the irrational "Brady campaign" to attack our 2A rights.
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#15
I’m sure the ME had a reason based on his medical condition. And I’m more than fine with it. Don’t think they can realistically file murder charges against the coward but at the very least take away his field trips to the park.
Dave, proudly annoying members of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#16
Dave;151382 Wrote:I’m sure the ME had a reason based on his medical condition. And I’m more than fine with it. Don’t think they can realistically file murder charges against the coward but at the very least take away his field trips to the park.

I think they can file whatever charges they want, but he won't be convicted on those charges.
33(?) years ago he was found "Not guilty by reason of insanity" on all charges. If he was declared legally insane then, that will absolve him of homicide or murder charges now even if they say he is no longer insane. It's his mental condition at that time that will be the determining factor, and it was already "proven" that he was insane when he did it.
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#17
mauser;151386 Wrote:
Dave;151382 Wrote:I’m sure the ME had a reason based on his medical condition. And I’m more than fine with it. Don’t think they can realistically file murder charges against the coward but at the very least take away his field trips to the park.

I think they can file whatever charges they want, but he won't be convicted on those charges.
33(?) years ago he was found "Not guilty by reason of insanity" on all charges. If he was declared legally insane then, that will absolve him of homicide or murder charges now even if they say he is no longer insane. It's his mental condition at that time that will be the determining factor, and it was already "proven" that he was insane when he did it.

Right, which makes any talk of filing charges nothing but political grand standing. Expect gun control groups to use this as a spring board for more legislation attempts.
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streaker69;151387 Wrote:
mauser;151386 Wrote:I think they can file whatever charges they want, but he won't be convicted on those charges.
33(?) years ago he was found "Not guilty by reason of insanity" on all charges. If he was declared legally insane then, that will absolve him of homicide or murder charges now even if they say he is no longer insane. It's his mental condition at that time that will be the determining factor, and it was already "proven" that he was insane when he did it.

Right, which makes any talk of filing charges nothing but political grand standing. Expect gun control groups to use this as a spring board for more legislation attempts.

And they are clearly more insane than Hinkley ever was.
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#19
streaker69;151387 Wrote:Expect gun control groups to use this as a spring board for more legislation attempts.

Nope. They have other examples use that would serve them better than a 73 year old guy.
Dave, proudly annoying members of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#20
Dave;151393 Wrote:Nope. They have other examples use that would serve them better than a 73 year old guy.

Agree. James Brady was useful, but he's old news.

They keep trying, but even dead kids at Christmas didn't give the leverage they're looking for.
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