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(WWSB ABC 7)   Florida man discovers that the Stand Your Ground law does not apply when you hit the firefighter in your yard in the head with a shovel   (mysuncoast.com) divider line 21
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2012-11-26 10:21:54 PM
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2012-11-27 12:17:05 AM
3 votes:
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2012-11-26 11:23:02 PM
3 votes:
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2012-11-26 11:10:45 PM
2 votes:
The Lieutenant, fearing he was going to be struck with the shovel, sprayed Turner with the hose and Turner fell to the ground. Turner got up, began swinging his arms and hit the Lieutenant in the helmet with the shovel.

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2012-11-26 10:35:51 PM
2 votes:

Smackledorfer: LoneVVolf: Deputies were called and when they arrived, saw Turner waving his arms, yelling, and walking in an aggressive manner.

The guy obviously had a few screws loose, but "walking in an aggressive manner"? They couldn't come up with anything better than that?

"he was walking like a professional wrestler, specifically a bushwacker"


"Me? I'm just a lawnmower. You can tell me by the way I walk."
2012-11-26 10:28:15 PM
2 votes:

Gyrfalcon: OK, that gets the prize for Worstly Grammaticized Article Written in Past Tense Presently I've Seen This Year.

The Sheriff's Department wins First Runner up for Most Weirdly Specific Charge On Record for this:

Charged with Aggravated Battery on a Firefighter with a Deadly Weapon (Shovel), and Preventing or Obstructing Extinguishment of a Fire was 44-year-old Gregory Sean Turner.


I think pretty much anything is a crime, so long as a cop phrases it that way.

"John Doe, 52, was arrested and charged with Preventing or Obstructing the Parking of a Minivan with Deadly Force." Or " Chantilla Watson, of Newport, was charged with Obstructing the Placement of a Beverage Within a Cupholder in an Aggressive Manner."
2012-11-26 10:18:49 PM
2 votes:

dahmers love zombie: Charlotte County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Port Charlotte man last Friday after he hit a fire lieutenant in the helmet while trying to put out a fire behind the man's home.

Would someone please diagram that sentence for me?


Sure.

English language <--------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------> That sentence.
2012-11-26 09:57:04 PM
2 votes:
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It's his superpower.
2012-11-26 08:48:24 PM
2 votes:
Worst game of clue ever!
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2012-11-27 02:00:33 AM
1 votes:

StoPPeRmobile: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Gyrfalcon: OK, that gets the prize for Worstly Grammaticized Article Written in Past Tense Presently I've Seen This Year.

The Sheriff's Department wins First Runner up for Most Weirdly Specific Charge On Record for this:

Charged with Aggravated Battery on a Firefighter with a Deadly Weapon (Shovel), and Preventing or Obstructing Extinguishment of a Fire was 44-year-old Gregory Sean Turner.

I think pretty much anything is a crime, so long as a cop phrases it that way.

"John Doe, 52, was arrested and charged with Preventing or Obstructing the Parking of a Minivan with Deadly Force." Or " Chantilla Watson, of Newport, was charged with Obstructing the Placement of a Beverage Within a Cupholder in an Aggressive Manner."

You forgot resisting arrest.


In this case, it would be written: Arrested While Refusing to Obey the Lawful Order of An Officer to Submit to Arresting of Him.

Now that I think of it, we may have discovered Meow said the dog's day job.
2012-11-27 12:03:32 AM
1 votes:

Shenanigans!: CruiserTwelve: The Lieutenant, fearing he was going to be struck with the shovel, sprayed Turner with the hose and Turner fell to the ground. Turner got up, began swinging his arms and hit the Lieutenant in the helmet with the shovel.

Deputies were called and when they arrived, saw Turner waving his arms, yelling, and walking in an aggressive manner. A deputy deployed a Taser and then handcuffed him.

Taser > firehose

Depends on the size of the hose.


Similar thing happened to my dad years ago. He was officer in charge of a scene where some girl had piled up her cheating bf's clothes on the bed and set fire to them. Fire crew rolled up and started extinguishing it. Crazy lady came after the hose crew with a crowbar.

Dad ordered the 2 1/2" line turned on her.

Even a 1 1/2 line can knock someone on their ass if you run enough pressure.
2012-11-26 10:47:16 PM
1 votes:

DarkSoulNoHope: FTA: Turner uttered that he started the fire and it was his.

I wonder if he's one of those "sovereign citizens" who believes he doesn't need a permit to start a fire to destroy items that are different than wood.


You *don't* need a permit to start a fire. You can use a lot of different things for tinder. Mostly you just need an ignition source.
2012-11-26 10:27:23 PM
1 votes:
"Call dispatch and tell them I said .......OOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWW!"

"Call dispatch, tell them you said, "Ow". Got it."
2012-11-26 10:26:51 PM
1 votes:
Turner uttered that he started the fire and it was his.

It was always burning since the world's been turning?
2012-11-26 10:22:45 PM
1 votes:
FTA: Turner uttered that he started the fire and it was his.

/laughing too hard to conjure an appropriate joke
2012-11-26 10:21:18 PM
1 votes:

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: The Lieutenant, fearing he was going to be struck with the shovel, sprayed Turner with the hose and Turner fell to the ground. Turner got up, began swinging his arms and hit the Lieutenant in the helmet with the shovel.
Sounds to me like the Lieutenant was the one who "stood his ground"



"I will prevent you from hitting me in the head with that shovel by spraying you with this hose!"

:gets hit on head with shovel:

D'oh!
2012-11-26 10:19:16 PM
1 votes:
The Lieutenant, fearing he was going to be struck with the shovel, sprayed Turner with the hose and Turner fell to the ground. Turner got up, began swinging his arms and hit the Lieutenant in the helmet with the shovel.
Sounds to me like the Lieutenant was the one who "stood his ground"
2012-11-26 10:18:04 PM
1 votes:
I'm pretty sure it means I get to kill anyone anywhere so long as they are brown-ish and or wear suspicious clothes.
2012-11-26 09:59:42 PM
1 votes:
Charlotte County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Port Charlotte man last Friday after he hit a fire lieutenant in the helmet while trying to put out a fire behind the man's home.

Would someone please diagram that sentence for me?
2012-11-26 09:27:25 PM
1 votes:
Fortunately for the firefighter, helmet > shovel.
2012-11-26 08:55:55 PM
1 votes:
The Lieutenant, fearing he was going to be struck with the shovel, sprayed Turner with the hose and Turner fell to the ground. Turner got up, began swinging his arms and hit the Lieutenant in the helmet with the shovel.

Deputies were called and when they arrived, saw Turner waving his arms, yelling, and walking in an aggressive manner. A deputy deployed a Taser and then handcuffed him.


Taser > firehose
 
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