To: driftdiver; DesertRhino
He was a security officer for the State Department. Do you think that he would fearfully cower in his basement if he heard glass breaking upstairs???
I think he would have been upstairs in 5 seconds guns drawn and had them at gunpoint. No way his story holds up.
To: Uncle Chip
Dunno, depends if he heard them break in. IMO it was probably a drug deal gone bad. It took him 24 hours to get the drugs out of his house.
posted on 11/26/2012 5:59:15 PM PST
(I could eat it raw, but why do that when I have a fire.)
To: Uncle Chip; driftdiver; DesertRhino
My grandfather had been a postal guard/policeman back in the Depression ~ lots of occasions to have to brandish his firearm. But when he was retired and in his 80s he and grandmother were standing at a bus stop waiting to go downtown and a street thug approached them with a pistol to rob them.
The criminal got close, Grandma threw up her hands knocking the gun into the air and Grandpa caught the pistol and put the dude on the ground in a front leaning rest until the cops showed up.
Here's a State Department security officer who's barely 62 years of age ~ he took these kids down in a NY second ~ then he killed them.
posted on 11/26/2012 6:13:16 PM PST
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