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Old 02-21-2013, 11:27 AM
 
Location: Area 51.5
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Thank you for posting this. You're absolutely correct. Before a man becomes a gun criminal, he's just a gun-owning male. I'm also glad you posted this because practically all gun shootings, accidents, crimes, etc., are caused and committed by gun-owning males. Gun-owning males attempt to deflect from that by saying that their wife has a gun, that their girlfriend has a gun, their female neighbor has a gun, and that women are very, very interested in buying guns, yet the statistics continue to reflect that gun-owning males are responsible for almost 100% of gun accidents and gun crimes.

As to living with a male that keeps a gun in the home, I marvel at the females that allow that. Why would a woman even be with a male that likes guns or owns guns? Why would a female coexist in a home where there's a gun, unless she's incredibly infantile, afraid, or needy of having a male at any costs.

I opted long ago to never date males that owned guns. It has never even been a question. I place gun-owning males, gun-needing males, into the same category as males with an extremely low I.Q.
How quickly the extremely low IQ lefttards forget about Nancy Lanza.
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Old 02-21-2013, 01:06 PM
 
Location: NW Philly Burbs
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Good link!

I wonder if forensics will be able to tell from the condition of the bullets, if any of them had NOT been fired through the wooden door -- maybe the one from her hip is in better condition?

But still, someone's dead/dying, and you don't call paramedics, you call your dad?
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Old 02-21-2013, 01:40 PM
 
Location: San Diego
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Good link!

I wonder if forensics will be able to tell from the condition of the bullets, if any of them had NOT been fired through the wooden door -- maybe the one from her hip is in better condition?
Excellent point! We would also know this if there were 4 bullets fired, and only 3 bullet holes in the door. Once they locate all the slugs (I guess they already have) we will know how many bullets were fired in total. Then they just have to find all the locations where each bullet struck, and see how many of these bullets were shot through the door.

These bullet holes in the door will also show the angle the bullets were shot from, to tell if he was lying about not having his prosthetic legs on when he shot. These holes may also be able to determine how close he was to the door when he fired.

My guess is if he was arguing with his girlfriend through the closed door, he was likely standing right outside the door.

I also think the blood on the cricket paddle along with her head injury may show he was trying to hurt her that night.

I believe he claimed he was trying to use the cricket paddle to break down the door, and that is easy to prove false. Just see if there are any marks on the door which match a cricket paddle hitting it.

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But still, someone's dead/dying, and you don't call paramedics, you call your dad?
I know? If he called his dad first, he obviously was scared, and wanted advice on how to handle the situation. And my guess is his dad advised him to call paramedics.

If he had called paramedics first, then it might be believable that he was serious about helping her.

The precise timing of his phone calls, and the length of these calls, will be a huge piece of evidence.

Another thing I read is that he is a big gun fanatic, and owns multiple guns including a machine gun.

He also had a home security system which never triggered. That would also indicate he was lying about a burglar.

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Old 02-21-2013, 02:42 PM
 
Location: US
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Horrible thought...

What if his dad said wait till she stops breathing to call paramedics?

I know if I was calling my father he would of yelled at me to get the H off the phone and call 911.
I could see being in a panic and just calling in a moment of panic by accident or madness but...


How long was this call to his dad?
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Old 02-21-2013, 07:42 PM
 
Location: Western Colorado
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And now it appears the lead Detective is facing his own criminal charges and completely botched the case and ruined evidence. South African judicial system has a 10% conviction rate and is total chaos. This guy may very likely do an OJ and get away with murder.
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Old 02-21-2013, 11:19 PM
 
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It turns out also that the " neighbor" who heard yelling lived a quarter of a mile away. Since the Pistorius home is townhouse type condo how could he have known in the middle of the night that it was that unit he heard noise from, if it even woke him up from that far away.

The police are really bungling this. .
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:17 AM
 
Location: US
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I thought they had said there was fighting always coming out of that house?

Its only 1300 feet about. I lived on a street that had a house with domestic issues. In the middle of the night it was easy to tell and they were about 800 feet away. Everyone on the street knew that was the "fighting house". I personally could not I.D. the male voice because all angry guys sort of sound the same but I could tell it was the female of the house easily.
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:32 AM
 
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On NBC it was just announced that Oscar Pistorious will be granted bail.
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Old 02-22-2013, 09:05 AM
 
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How quickly the extremely low IQ lefttards forget about Nancy Lanza.
EXPANDED HOMICIDE DATA (Federal Bureau of Investigation)

Of the offenders for whom gender was known, 90.3 percent were males. (Based on Expanded Homicide Data Table 3.)
FBI — Expanded Homicide Data Table 3

I also found this rather interesting on the same site:

FBI — Expanded Homicide Data Figure

But yeah, guns in the hands of males is a really, really excellent idea! Wow!
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Old 02-22-2013, 09:55 AM
 
Location: The beautiful Garden State
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Default Oscar Pistorius granted bail in murder case

Oscar Pistorius granted bail in murder case - CBS News
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