Skip to comments.Defensive Gun Use of the Day: Knife…Gunfight…You Know the Rest Edition(FL)
Posted on 11/19/2012 6:17:33 AM PST by marktwain
Come on, how many times does it have to be said? Austin Lee Harvey (no really) and a pal, Justin Slivinski, tried to stick up a guy using an ATM from his car Friday night in Fern Park just north of Orlando. But while the two yoots brought knives, the motorist had
well, you guessed it. From cfnews13.com: The man, armed with a gun, shot at them and hit the other suspect, 24-year-old Justin Slivinski. Slivinski was taken to Florida Hospital Altamonte where he was pronounced dead. So thats one inmate the people of Florida wont have to pay to support. Harvey, though, managed to dodge the incoming fire, but now resides in the John E. Polk Correctional Facility. While the victim wont be charged, Harvey has a few court dates ahead of him. Hes facing attempted armed robbery and murder charges (since his buddy was killed during the crime). Good luck with all of that, Austin.
I’d keep that little bit of wisdom to yourself if you know what I mean. I doubt that there are many armed robbers who read FR however.
Looks like a meth-head so “smart” isn’t going to be anywhere in his resume.
Enjoy your new accomodations, Ozzy-Rabbit.
It must come as a real scary surprise to these budding Trayvon wannabes when they get a bullet in the face...
I love a happy ending.
For the driver, it is kind of like when a defensive lineman jumps offside in football. Free play! At that point, any mayhem the driver wishes to unleash, including running the punks over or a little impromptu target practice, is fair game.
He doesn’t look like Obama’s son, so it’s okay to shoot.
“tried to stick up a guy using an ATM from his car”—lol I thought he used an ATM to stick up the guy the way this dumb sentence is written
“So thats one inmate the people of Florida wont have to pay to support.”
Well....he never even made it to inmate status, now did he?
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