Hope those are the bastards. I'd put them on a red-ant hill with honey on slathered on their bodies.<br><br>eidt: And I'm usually a non-vengeful kinda guy. This is just too much, though.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by yoyo52 on 10/24/02 02:24 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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Loc: In Your Servers
Thanks Gizmo,Im doing just fine<br>It's a little to soon but in one hour and 15 minutes The police should make the announcement if the suspects are the sniper's and will be charged whit the murder of ten innocent people and the injury to three <br>There is plenty of evidence,but police have to move slow they don't want theses two to slip away due to a legal blunders<br>The suspects are in Maryland which has no death penalty they will be tried in Virginia and we do<br><br>
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Loc: Syracuse, NY
I just find it odd that these are the same people that were able to shoot 13 people in basically broad daylight, and slip away every time virtually undetected. And yet decide to take a nap at a rest area a mere 30 miles away from the first shooting. They had to know the heat was being turned up on them. It was around 6pm last night that the media was reporting the Tacoma, WA lead. It seems that they would want to get farther away from the action before stopping to sleep. Either they are incredibly stupid or they are really incredibly stupid.<br><br>
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