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#3
You mean like the anarchy thats happening now when people look the other way? When the police wont go into "no go" areas? Bring it on! More low lifes get taken out then its less sh1te in the gene pool.
 
#4
Fcuking outstanding!!!


Has he got a defence fund started up?

Can I pay with paypal?



Fcuk it, I might even buy the house next door to him! :D
 
#5
YesItsMe said:
if everyone takes the law into his own hands - we're getting pretty close to anarchy
So two villains die whilst committing a felony, and that is wrong how exactly?

Outlaws outside the law tango sierra, if you can't do the time don't do the crime' :?
 
#7
Chuffed to bits. Hope he walks away scott free.
 
#11
jonathon said:
so breaking and entering is know the death sentance
"If you are found on my property at night, you will be found there in the morning."
 
#12
The great thing is, it will be very difficult to prosecute him; a jury of his peers would almost certainly be very sympathetic towards his actions.

Texans may have given us the Shrub, but at least they have the right idea when it comes to dealing with criminal scum!
 
#13
YesItsMe said:
if everyone takes the law into his own hands - we're getting pretty close to anarchy
You mean we aren't already?, feck me!
 
#14
while it was a pretty dubious shoot.
you have to be some monumental mong to think house breaking in texas is a life enhancing career move :roll:

two dead junkies not like they were teenagers so not like they were anything but habitual criminals

good ridence pity we can't kill some of the scumbags in the uk :twisted:
 
#16
YesItsMe said:
if everyone takes the law into his own hands - we're getting pretty close to anarchy

Personally I don't think shooting someone who robs my neighbour is a good thing but that's just because I can't stand my neighbour.

However if anyone tried to come into my home, my two young children would be the first thought on my mind and the intruders would have to go, one way or another. :evil:
 
#17
It's nice to see the lefties getting their oar in, in this thread, this from the people who brought us the HSE, I have come to the conclusion that Health and Safety Law has been put among us to lower the National IQ over an extended period of time, it comes I believe from the same school of thought that says competition is bad and that we should all be forced down to the lowest common denominator, if it were down to me, I say take all the warning signs down, if it looks likely to hurt you and you fcuk with it then you deserve to get hurt / maimed / killed you monkey.
 
#18
fuctifino said:
It's nice to see the lefties getting their oar in, in this thread, this from the people who brought us the HSE, I have come to the conclusion that Health and Safety Law has been put among us to lower the National IQ over an extended period of time, it comes I believe from the same school of thought that says competition is bad and that we should all be forced down to the lowest common denominator, if it were down to me, I say take all the warning signs down, if it looks likely to hurt you and you fcuk with it then you deserve to get hurt / maimed / killed you monkey.
Spot on, Charles Darwin had it right, natural selection etc.
 
#20
jonathon said:
so breaking and entering is know the death sentance
What would you prefer, the law to deal with them whereupon they get a slap on the wrists from an authority too afraid to do anything other because it may not be politically correct or may send out the wrong message.

Then what, the criminals and everybody they associate with know that they can do whatever the fcuk they want because society wont deal with them the way they should.

Whose house is going to be next? yours, mine, an elderly relative.

I bet the next two cnuts who are thinking of doing a spot of burglary will think twice before they hit that street because its now in the back of their minds that a gun toting grandad is going to administer some rough justice.

Court dismissed.
 

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