Skip to comments.Police: Student Runs Over Classmate During Planned Fight
Posted on 10/10/2011 6:54:49 AM PDT by rightwingintelligentsia
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. -- Police in Beaver County have arrested a college student who they said ran over another student with his car.
The incident happened over the weekend at Geneva College.
According to police, Aaron Gibson and Darius Whittington, who are both students at the college, argued over the phone and agreed to meet at the school to fight.
When Whittington arrived, Gibson ran him over with his car, police said.
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Don’t be a pedestrian in a car fight
Now, that's good. I almost lost my coffee when I read it.
Well, he had to resort to using his car. Aren’t you aware that VA college students aren’t allowed to have their guns on campus?/sarc
Mine too, and I just got this shirt from the dry cleaners!
It’s the Chicago way.
I like it too. I was trying to come up with something like: when you go to a demolition derby, don’t forget your car - or some such...
...Well, that’s one way to finish it quickly...
And as we say in the military, if you find yourself in a fair fight, you didn’t plan the op well enough.
There’s no such thing as a fair fight.
Yes, I would suggest to someone that I had an ‘issue’ with that we ‘discuss’ it in the parking lot after work.
And then my wife will run them over in the car.
These people are seriously messed up. Such anger and rage. I wonder if drugs were involved?
What kind of car was it? A sub-compact? Was the victim really "run over" or just struck by the car? The news article is woefully lacking in detail.
We know the rule about gun fights: first, don’t bring a knife to a gun fight. I suggest this becomes Gibson’s Corollary:
Try to bring a car to a fist fight.
Well, he didn’t say the fight would be fair.
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