Sunday, May 25, 2014


He wasn't a gang-banger from inner-city USA or a PTSD crazed vet.

He came from an upscale  "all american" family with lot's of money and able to afford the best America has to offer; first class education, high end cars, designer clothes, and a cadre of mental health professionals to help out with the hardships that life has to offer.

By all accounts he would be considered one of the NRA "good guys." A prime target for the NRA's Wayne LaPiere, who said;

"In this uncertain world, surrounded by  lies and corruption, there is no greater freedom than the right to survive, to protect our families with all the rifles, shotguns and handguns we want." 

We know, in the world that surrounds us, there are terrorists and 
home invaders and drug cartels and car-jackers and knock-out gamers 
and rapers, haters, campus killers, airport killers, shopping mall killers, 
road-rage killers, and killers who scheme to destroy our country 
with massive storms of violence against our power grids, or vicious 
waves of chemicals or disease that could collapse the society that 
sustains us all. 

I ask you. Do you trust this government to protect you? 
We are on our own. That is a certainty, no less certain than the 
absolute truth — a fact the powerful political and media elites continue 
to deny, just as sure as they would deny our right to save our very 
lives. The life or death truth that when you’re on your own, the surest 
way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun! 

There's little doubt that this person took that message to heart; with 3 legally purchased handguns and 400 rounds of ammo those he terrorized heard his message out loud and clear.

“It sounded like I was in a war zone,” he said. “It definitely sounded like the shooter was exchanging fire with someone … it was intense.”

"The guy unloaded a full clip, a nine clip," Rodriguez said. "He was shooting fast."

The windows of the shooter's BMW were so tinted that Rodriguez said he couldn't see the flash of the shots being fired from inside the car. He said the attacker was shooting out the passenger window as he drove down the street.

 “I heard shots, I heard people scream, I realized this was actually gunfire.” De Bree said he ran back into the park.

 “I saw a few people collapse, a few people run, a few go in the store. It was chaos. There were a bunch of people on the street corner like me, and we were all running away,” De Bree said. He later heard that one woman had been shot in the leg at the 7-Eleven.

At first, the gunshots sounded like they were coming from a handgun – there were a lot of “loud bangs,” De Bree said. “But later, I distinctly remembering thinking ‘that was definitely an automatic weapon.‘ I heard like 20 shots in a row.”

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