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2021-04-20 2:23:49 PM  
Previously known to authorities but they were too busy harassing peaceful protesters, invading wrong houses and getting filmed battering(legal term for assault is "batter") journalists to actually DO anything about him.
 
2021-04-20 2:47:21 PM  

iheartscotch: Previously known to authorities but they were too busy harassing peaceful protesters, invading wrong houses and getting filmed battering(legal term for assault is "batter") journalists to actually DO anything about him.


You say that like they weren't stealing money too the whole time.
 
2021-04-20 3:04:11 PM  
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2021-04-20 3:06:19 PM  
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2021-04-20 3:08:42 PM  

iheartscotch: Previously known to authorities but they were too busy harassing peaceful protesters, invading wrong houses and getting filmed battering(legal term for assault is "batter") journalists to actually DO anything about him.


Hey..There were black people that needed harassment and killing...They can't be EVERYWHERE...
 
2021-04-20 3:08:44 PM  
His gun was found nearby and released into the wild where it scampered off into the woods near a middle school.
 
2021-04-20 3:09:31 PM  
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2021-04-20 3:10:22 PM  
On the hole,preparation H feels good
 
2021-04-20 3:11:41 PM  
Just looked at his mug shot: Meth, not even once
 
2021-04-20 3:11:42 PM  
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"WUT...?"
 
2021-04-20 3:12:07 PM  
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Unavailable for comment.
 
2021-04-20 3:12:33 PM  
Mine too but it was after a long night of drinking and I don't wanna talk about it.

Wait what are we talking about again?
 
2021-04-20 3:12:45 PM  
Hole used two assault rifles in the massacre, Indianapolis police said Saturday.
The teen bought both guns legally in July and September of last year


Just as the Founding Fathers intended
 
2021-04-20 3:13:00 PM  
Like Parkland, nobody had the courage to take Ass Hole to court. This, sadly, includes his mother who would have been better served talking to an attorney rather than the police.
 
2021-04-20 3:13:56 PM  
How often is a quote from an article a HOTY candidate?
 
2021-04-20 3:15:36 PM  
"Try tongue, but hole"

/Don't give up skeleton!
 
2021-04-20 3:25:27 PM  
Indiana has a law *SPECIFICALLY* for this kind of thing, and has for a long time now.

https://www.in.gov/isp/files/Jake_Lai​r​d_Law_Slides.pdf

And that law should have prevented him from legally buying new guns.   They had already seized his shotgun and hadn't returned it, which means he was considered to be dangerous still, and they apparently didn't forward the information to the FBI NICS unit (the National Instant Check System).

Someone farked up.

*BADLY*.
 
2021-04-20 3:26:51 PM  
Fractured!

/ Oblig.
 
2021-04-20 3:35:05 PM  

dittybopper: Indiana has a law *SPECIFICALLY* for this kind of thing, and has for a long time now.

https://www.in.gov/isp/files/Jake_Lair​d_Law_Slides.pdf

And that law should have prevented him from legally buying new guns.   They had already seized his shotgun and hadn't returned it, which means he was considered to be dangerous still, and they apparently didn't forward the information to the FBI NICS unit (the National Instant Check System).

Someone farked up.

*BADLY*.


My guess is the Indiana state government watered down that law a ton because "we shouldn't make it harder for people to get guns".

/I'm cynical like that
 
2021-04-20 3:38:53 PM  
"and yet another a sister and dog lover"

I'm okay with that guy being shot.
 
2021-04-20 3:43:08 PM  

dittybopper: Indiana has a law *SPECIFICALLY* for this kind of thing, and has for a long time now.

https://www.in.gov/isp/files/Jake_Lair​d_Law_Slides.pdf

And that law should have prevented him from legally buying new guns.   They had already seized his shotgun and hadn't returned it, which means he was considered to be dangerous still, and they apparently didn't forward the information to the FBI NICS unit (the National Instant Check System).

Someone farked up.

*BADLY*.


So...*LAW & ORDER!!!!* failed?   And "Good Guy With a gun" also failed...
 
2021-04-20 4:24:48 PM  

iheartscotch: Previously known to authorities but they were too busy harassing peaceful protesters, invading wrong houses and getting filmed battering(legal term for assault is "batter") journalists to actually DO anything about him.


Assault is the attempt to commit battery.  If you take a swing at somebody, it's assault.  If you connect, it's battery, or assault and battery.
 
2021-04-20 5:19:04 PM  

dittybopper: Indiana has a law *SPECIFICALLY* for this kind of thing, and has for a long time now.

https://www.in.gov/isp/files/Jake_Lair​d_Law_Slides.pdf

And that law should have prevented him from legally buying new guns.   They had already seized his shotgun and hadn't returned it, which means he was considered to be dangerous still, and they apparently didn't forward the information to the FBI NICS unit (the National Instant Check System).

Someone farked up.

*BADLY*.


I think they had to follow up with a court hearing and that never happened.
 
2021-04-20 6:27:19 PM  

Another Government Employee: dittybopper: Indiana has a law *SPECIFICALLY* for this kind of thing, and has for a long time now.

https://www.in.gov/isp/files/Jake_Lair​d_Law_Slides.pdf

And that law should have prevented him from legally buying new guns.   They had already seized his shotgun and hadn't returned it, which means he was considered to be dangerous still, and they apparently didn't forward the information to the FBI NICS unit (the National Instant Check System).

Someone farked up.

*BADLY*.

I think they had to follow up with a court hearing and that never happened.


It wasn't really clear but the article made it sound like they couldn't carry it any further because he didn't show up for court so no due process? If so, that law seems like it was intentionally borked by someone.
 
2021-04-20 6:29:01 PM  

dittybopper: Indiana has a law *SPECIFICALLY* for this kind of thing, and has for a long time now.

https://www.in.gov/isp/files/Jake_Lair​d_Law_Slides.pdf

And that law should have prevented him from legally buying new guns.   They had already seized his shotgun and hadn't returned it, which means he was considered to be dangerous still, and they apparently didn't forward the information to the FBI NICS unit (the National Instant Check System).

Someone farked up.

*BADLY*.


Hole's mother called authorities because he was threatening suicide by cop. Hole was sent for medical evaluation and his shotgun was confiscated.  His stay was measured in hours instead of days

They had 14 days to bring the issue before judge to find him a danger to himself and others. The prosecutor never did it and is making excuses now. Before any farkers say anything, the County Prosecutor is a Democrat.

The law needs to be changed. How the hell can you be enough of a problem that you are taken into custody for mental/medical evaluation and your gun confiscated, then days later allowed to by more weapons?
 
2021-04-20 7:38:55 PM  

RoboZombie: On the hole,preparation H feels good


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2021-04-20 7:47:35 PM  

Chinesenookiefactory: dittybopper: Indiana has a law *SPECIFICALLY* for this kind of thing, and has for a long time now.

https://www.in.gov/isp/files/Jake_Lair​d_Law_Slides.pdf

And that law should have prevented him from legally buying new guns.   They had already seized his shotgun and hadn't returned it, which means he was considered to be dangerous still, and they apparently didn't forward the information to the FBI NICS unit (the National Instant Check System).

Someone farked up.

*BADLY*.

Hole's mother called authorities because he was threatening suicide by cop. Hole was sent for medical evaluation and his shotgun was confiscated.  His stay was measured in hours instead of days

They had 14 days to bring the issue before judge to find him a danger to himself and others. The prosecutor never did it and is making excuses now. Before any farkers say anything, the County Prosecutor is a Democrat.

The law needs to be changed. How the hell can you be enough of a problem that you are taken into custody for mental/medical evaluation and your gun confiscated, then days later allowed to by more weapons?


Changed to what: "yes, county prosecutor, you do have to do prosecutorial things at work"?

Qualified immunity reform can't stop with the cops. Make the suits squirm too.
 
2021-04-20 8:34:04 PM  
His mother/parents knew he purchased another weapon and did not report it.
His mother/parents knew that misbegotten spermheaded son of theirs was violent and had 18 years to put that reject in some kind of facility but instead they ignored it.
They knew he was dangerous.
Lock'em up as conspirators. They knew.

Nota bene: I retired from UPS in 2014. I worked at UPS' 2nd largest air-hub, RFD. During my career with UPS, not once was I required to be tested for illegal substances. Every shift I did have to pass through a metal detector. I was not allowed to have a mobile telephone on me during my working hours although I could, and many did, petition and were granted the privilege of having the mobile on them during their shifts, usually because of needs to keep in contact with children/disabled family members. Sadly, the practices of FedEx & UPS reflect industry standards and are motivated by a distrust employees will "steal" company time by using their mobiles during non-break periods or without specific permission. There is a difference between UPS automatically allowing non-Union (i.e.: management/non-hourly) employees to have their mobiles with them, but UPS is a Union Shop (Teamsters) employer, whereas FedEx is a Fire-at-Will employer, so apples/oranges in this instance.

Also, whereas UPS which began as a bicycle messenger service, has a tradition of aligning with the Teamsters (groups of me who moved large, heavy loads with "teams" of horses," FedEx has it's beginnings with the Railroads and are thus governed by different sets of rules reflecting their origins and which each thinks gives the other unfair competition advantages in re Congress. (potatoes/potatoes).
 
2021-04-20 10:32:26 PM  

Teddy Brosevelt: Mine too but it was after a long night of drinking and I don't wanna talk about it.

Wait what are we talking about again?


teddy we agreed to not talk about but hole night at the gym...
 
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