BraveNewCheneyWorld: Are we supposed to be offended that a gun is being raffled, even though the death didn't involve a gun?It looks like the cop intended to use his car to bump the guy, but didn't account for him tripping just before he got to him. Since I don't think cops should use their cars as taser, the cop should do time. It's unintentional, but he knew he was unnecessarily putting the man's life at great risk.
LordOfThePings: "I think there's probably beginning to be more now than there were before because" even as decided to use even go want to do look more like.
ReapTheChaos: Guns get raffled off all the time, there's absolutely nothing illegal about it in most states, you 'afraid of your own shadow' types need to get over yourselves.As far as the issue with the guy who got killed, once you begin to run from the police, you open yourself up to possible harm. Accidents happen, from watching the video it looks to me like the guy slipped and fell and the cop simply could stop in time. Nobody runs from the police for a simple traffic violation, this guy was obviously guilty of something and he didn't want to be caught. I have zero sympathy for him.
Befuddled: FTA: However, the drawing for the winning raffle ticket was held on a pontoon boat, out of the sight of spectators, under the Whitehair Bridge on the St. Johns River in DeLand.Organizers briefly addressed the small crowd from their pontoon boat, telling them that they would call the winner.Sounds like a scam.
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