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MONTGOMERY COUNTY CHURCH MEMBER CHARGED IN FATAL SHOOTING
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http://6abc.com/news/montco-church-membe...g/1313599/

Quote:MONTGOMERYVILLE, Pa. (WPVI) -- The Montgomery County District Attorney's Office says a man displayed a badge he purchased online to a fellow church member prior to shooting him to death during Sunday morning service.

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Storms, who authorities say has no official function with the church or any history of law enforcement, approached Braxton and displayed a Concealed Weapons Permit badge. He then told Braxton he had to leave the sanctuary.

"The badge that defendant showed the victim was a permit to carry a concealed weapon that he seemingly purchased online," Steele said.

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Well, I've always wondered what sort of clown would buy, much less carry, and brandish one of those worthless CCW "badges."

I guess now I know.

It's going to count against him; the prosecutor is going to use it as an indication that he was a cop wannabe, just looking for a provocation or for someone to "make his day."

This incident just underlines how, when carrying a firearm, it's wise to carry a non-lethal deterrent such as my Red Sabre pepper spray and/or gel. Sometimes you just need asshole-repellent, not a bullet to the chest.

I'm sure if he'd pepper-sprayed the asshole, he'd have a lot less of a legal problem now than he does.

This is not going to end well, and it's going to be used as an argument against our liberal licensing policies here in the Keystone State.
gascolator, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Nov 2012.
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gascolator;173904 Wrote:It's going to count against him; the prosecutor is going to use it as an indication that he was a cop wannabe, just looking for a provocation

I'm sure if he'd pepper-sprayed the asshole, he'd have a lot less of a legal problem now than he does.
From another article
Quote:Braxton, a member of the church, was sitting in a back overflow area when another congregant tapped him on the shoulder and told him he had taken an already-occupied seat.

Ushers and others chose to clear the area and let Braxton cool down. But Storms, who is a church member but has no official role at Keystone Fellowship, approached him.

Storms asked Braxton to step outside with him, and Braxton punched him in the face.
Storms sow seemed to be "a wanna be, just looking for orientation". If this account is true, he'd be in a lot less legal trouble if he'd have just minded his own business. Seems to me he's getting off easy with the listed charges.
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