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(SeattlePI)   So I guess its a good thing that William Tell wasn't a pothead   (blog.seattlepi.com) divider line 3
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2013-08-29 05:25:23 AM  
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AverageAmericanGuy: Fun Fact: William Tell was actually an English criminal who was responsible for the deaths of 22 people. His modus operandi was to drug his victims, then tie them to a tree. He'd cut their testicles off then shoot them through with an arrow, pinning them to the tree.

The apple legend came after his death when several women came forward claiming Tell was the father to their children.


William Tell was a badass hero in Switzerland.  The Austrian ruler Gessler hung his hat on a pole and had the townspeople bow down to it.  William said, "Fark that" and his punishment was to shoot the apple off his son's head.  He took out two arrows for his crossbow and made the shot.  Geessler asked, "Why two arrows?"  Tell answered," If I killed my son, the second one was for you."  There is more to the story.
2013-08-29 03:27:40 AM  
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AverageAmericanGuy: Fun Fact: William Tell was actually an English criminal who was responsible for the deaths of 22 people. His modus operandi was to drug his victims, then tie them to a tree. He'd cut their testicles off then shoot them through with an arrow, pinning them to the tree.

The apple legend came after his death when several women came forward claiming Tell was the father to their children.


Uh, William Tell was Swiss. The story originated in Switzerland. He was one of the original Swiss Confederates who rebelled against the Austrian incursions into Switzerland during the 15th Century.
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2013-08-29 03:21:51 AM  
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Police had to force their way into Jordan's home after he refused them entry.

So did they have a warrant and were just being polite at first by asking if they could come in, or did they not have a warrant and entered the guys house illegally?  Is the bow in the truck probable cause?
 
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