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Originally posted by SonicInfinity
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by impaired
Two wrongs make a right?
He committed suicide. I think that was his right.
edit on 2/13/2013 by Phage because: (no reason given)
Just so everybody in this thread is clear (since I'm a bit confused), are you saying Domer set the fire himself and committed suicide or that he committed suicide by killing people? There is a strong argument in this thread that the cops set the fire, so I'm wondering if you're disputing that or not.
Originally posted by Mr Tranny
Hmm…….. Wonder if they finally got in after shooting the person with a sniper, and found out that the dead person was not dorner?
It dawned on them how badly they just F”ed up, so the first thing that come to mind was, “burn the evidence” to give you enough time to figure out how to bury the situation.
edit on 13-2-2013 by Mr Tranny because: (no reason given)
At the end of the parade and after some last moments of revelry in the Festival Village, the old tradition of the burning of King Momo takes place. King Momo will be burnt at 12:00 midnight concluding the 2010 Carnival season
" King Momo is considered the king of Carnival and signifies the beginning and the end of the Carnival period. In St. Maarten, King Momo is made of straw and usually leads the Last Leg Jump-Up. When the straw man enters Carnival Village, he is burnt. Legend has it that King Momo takes the sins committed during Carnival with him, leaving the island uncontaminated, so the burning of King Momo symbolizes forgiven sins and signifies the true closing of Carnival."
This sounds good. The video is no incoming shots, only a bunch of guys running up and taking turns riddling some cabin while standing wide out in the open with no concern.