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Pray To Jesus

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Go suck a big cock OP.

I rather have a gun than not if a group of gangsters invade my home with murder on their mind.
 

irishScott

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Yes, in other news if you piss off a criminal organization a gun is not some magical protection from murder.

We all understand that OP. But if we do piss off a criminal organization, we'd like the right to shoot back. Kindly go cower in a corner and dial 911 while you pray that flimsy door holds.
 

monovillage

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Just thought I'd link to this story.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2308824/Eric-Williams-Disgraced-court-official-charged-murders-Texas-district-attorney-wife-assistant.html

Mystery Texas killings 'solved': Disgraced court official to be charged with murders of Texas district attorney, his wife and assistant DA after they convicted him of theft

Eric Williams, 46, set to be charged with three murders
DA Mike McLelland and his wife Cynthia were killed at their Texas home last month, and ADA Mark Hasse was shot dead in January
Authorities reportedly zeroed in on Williams after emails sent to other county officials were linked to him
Williams had been convicted of theft by McLelland and Hasse two years ago
 

unokitty

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zinfamous

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no, not really. just talking about circumstantial evidence, at the time of the investigation.

The current findings and suspect aren't really relevant to the meaning of "circumstantial evidence" as discussed before.




accumulation of recessive genes is a bad thing. Someone should have advised you of this some time ago. ;)
 

monovillage

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no, not really. just talking about circumstantial evidence, at the time of the investigation.

The current findings and suspect aren't really relevant to the meaning of "circumstantial evidence" as discussed before.
You can whine all you want, I read the article, saw it was groundless supposition without even the barest of circumstantial evidence, called you on it and I was right. I'd tell you to man up and admit you were wrong, but we both know that isn't going to happen for a few reasons.
 

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