"Professional Thief" Back At Work After Near Fatal Shooting

A 15-year-old is back to breaking in homes a year after being shot:

If a bullet to the head can't put him on a straight path, nothing can. His family even seems to enable his criminal activity. His brother proudly calls him a "professional thief." His parents claim the shooting left him physically disabled.

For background on the shooting, go HERE.

Currently, the case is stalled. The prosecutor is trying, for a third time, to get a Grand Jury to return an indictment. The fact the prosecution has already failed twice indicates the jurors are not satisfied the evidence supports an indictment.

Posted by: DMartyr at 04:07 PM

Comments

1 I suppose he can sue the homeowner for not having wheel-chair accessible windows for disabled robbers.


Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at May 03, 2014 05:47 PM

2 I have an idea->->>>>>>eliminate the POS

Posted by: Rockerpeople at May 03, 2014 09:08 PM

3 This shows the absolute need for calibers and velocity that is fatal even on hair cutting type head shots.

Posted by: Kafiroon at May 03, 2014 09:30 PM

4 It's proof that the jury pool is black. Black juries practice "nullification" if the crime is against whites.

Posted by: boulder t'hobo at May 03, 2014 10:11 PM

5 DOUBLE TAP takes care of that.

Posted by: LaZrtx at May 04, 2014 10:07 AM

6 Somewhere over the skittle rainbow a bullet waits for him.

Posted by: obsidian at May 04, 2014 11:03 AM

7 If I had a son, he would probably have a head wound.

Posted by: BRONCO BAMA at May 04, 2014 12:42 PM

8 Boulder t'hobo, the jury is declining to indict the guy who fired the weapon, not the target. The prosecutor wants 'attempted second degree murder' charges 'cause the robber was not (yet) inside the house.

Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at May 05, 2014 07:45 AM






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