To: Alamo-Girl; doug from upland
Too sad..glad I wasn't on duty yesterday.
I am always amazed at how much detail the police give out and know about on " suicides" like this. Remember with Vince foster the reports that came out that very day ... " there was semen on his underwear that was not his" Said a source that did not want to be named...." So how do they get a DNA test back that fast....? I don't know ... seems strange that anyone would comment on a shooting so quickly.
To: Howlin; Travis McGee; Lion's Cub; Miss Marple; Jeff Head
posted on 01/24/2003 9:37:26 PM PST
(Those who sit on fences soon cut off circulation to their family jewels.)
I've been looking all over for this story. No one else has picked up on it at all.
posted on 01/24/2003 10:51:07 PM PST
I wonder if any of those NKs visiting his royal fat-head, Governor-Elect Richardson, can be accounted for.
posted on 01/24/2003 10:58:23 PM PST
(Kill a commie for mommie)
uh, this guy shot himself in the parking lot of a ski area??
Dead men tell no tales!
posted on 01/25/2003 2:11:11 PM PST
Thanks for the post
posted on 01/25/2003 2:26:41 PM PST
Just FYI: While Sarah Brady and her ilk like to give the impression that the most common firearm suicide is a despondent teen, in truth the demographic group most likely for firearm suicide is the elderly, *by far*, especially elderly men.
All the talk about "doctor assisted suicide" tends to distract people from the fact that most of the folks who are looking at an endless slide into terminal illness, failing health, failing finances, failing mental conditions, etc., are able to get the job done themselves without a doctor's help. After a long successful life, many people would rather choose a quick finish than whatever unpleasant end they've been dealt. Actor Brian Keith, for example, chose to shoot himself rather than letting his cancer play itself out.
A large fraction of the teen suicides are connected with terminal or chronic illnesses as well.
posted on 01/25/2003 2:36:44 PM PST
by Dan Day
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