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Originally posted by Conspiracy Now
This is total bs as many have already pointed out. I don't like how people say he should've called the cops though.
You are 110% correct...never draw unless you are going to shoot and never shoot unless you are going to kill...otherwise leave it under the bed
Originally posted by aceshootn
There should of only been one side to this story. NEVER fire a warning shot!
Originally posted by NewtonDKC
1. People Keep Asking: Why weren't the police called? To everyone posting this question, it certainly would be a good question - 20 years ago. Today there are so many stories of police corruption, the manner in which the legal system appears to always favor the criminal instead of the victim, "good ole boys" on a power trip because they think a uniform and gun can command the respect they never got because they never did anything to deserve it before turning to other methods (i.e., becoming an "officer").
In 2008, 53-year-old Orville was living happily with his wife, Sandy, and their two daughters in Florida. He held a steady job as a human resources specialist at Sea World. Unfortunately, Sandy became very ill with serious heart problems.
the boy, a local drug dealer, was known for his lengthy criminal record and violent outbursts.
It wasn’t long before he began to abuse Orville’s daughter, punching and yelling at her, and stealing prescription pills, jewelry and money from the family’s home.
He called the police repeatedly and issued Amber Alerts when his daughter would disappear. Unfortunately, the authorities told him they could not do anything to stop the boyfriend, as he was a minor.