TAC said:I'd do a little more investigating before I'd call this an accident. :roll:
f-bomb said:[quote name='TAC']I'd do a little more investigating before I'd call this an accident. :roll:
ToddG said:This guy just watched his wife die from a mistake he made ... perhaps we shouldn't speculate that he's a malicious killer without some evidence to that effect, eh?
It's a horrible tragedy, and one that certainly could have been avoided. A young guy, a new gun, a new career, a little too eager ... but lacking the training, maturity, and/or judgment that should go along with having a gun.
He's certainly not the first person to practice drawing with a live gun in the house. Hopefully, his example will be seen far and wide and teach people the dangers.
rajuabju said:but this type of a mistake is something you might expect from a careless teenager, not a law enforcement professional.
Damn that's pretty harsh!!!!TAC said:I've just heard this kind of thing all to often in my lifetime! These news stories you hear, "I was just cleaning my gun and it went off, all by itself, and shot my son right in the forehead!" "I dropped my gun, and it went off and shot my husband right in his ear while he was sleeping!" "It was so hot in my car, the bullets in my gun must have exploded, killing my whole family!" "I took the my dads gun to school to show my buddies and while I was showing it to them, it shot my teacher!"
It's never their fault! No one is ever responsible! No accountability! It's always an accident! Bull crap!
TAC said:It's never their fault! No one is ever responsible! No accountability!