Skip to comments.OH:Jury refuses indictment in Oberlin shooting case(update)
Posted on 11/08/2013 6:19:27 PM PST by marktwain
OBERLIN A Lorain County grand jury refused to indict an Oberlin man accused of shooting four men he said were harassing him.
He was accused of shooting Quan Jackson, 23, of Oberlin; Emilio Hernandez, 26, of Lorain; Anthony Lee, 22, of Elyria; and Isiah Richardson, 17, of Oberlin, on April 25
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This is like the first DA ever to lose an indictment right? Thought those were near automatic.
Whatever is in the water up there, export it please.
“Police Lt. Kevin Scalli described the victims wounds as non-life threatening”
Mr. Wooding should be remanded to the custody of the local range instructor for further training.
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Adrenalin. My cc instructor was a big proponent of dry fire perfect practice. You don’t waste bullets, and you do develop the correct muscle memory you will need when the crisis you never want to happen finally happens.
I’m glad he defended himself and was not indicted, but for his own safety, he should consider leaving town. Too many fools will want to get even with him for having the temerity to fight back. Thankfully, we have not become like England just yet. I think private gun ownership is outlawed there.
The folks living in Oberlin are nuttier than fruitcakes. I know a couple of them and wish I didn’t.
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