Obviously just a person exercising their Second Amendment Rights the way Wayne LaPierre thinks they should.
The hunt is on for a gunman who police say sprayed two North
Philadelphia blocks using a high-powered assault rifle in separate
shootings that killed one and wounded three others earlier this month.
“We’ve already had one person killed and three others shot,” Homicide
Unit Capt. James Clark said during a news conference Friday. “Quite
frankly, we could have a lot more killed.”
“As he’s running away, he’s sort of just firing in the air, so
he’s a very dangerous person,” Clark said. “We have to get him off the
street as quickly as possible.”
A week later, on April 13, a gunman matching the description of the
gunman opened fire on two men at 7th and Clearfield streets – about
seven blocks from the scene of the first shooting. Police said the 23
shell casings recovered at that scene matched those found at the scene
April 6. Both victims in that shooting, men aged 19 and 36, survived
their gunshot wounds, said 25th District Capt. Frank Vanore.
Surveillance video from the second shooting shows sparks flying as
bullets ricochet off the street and buildings and the victims running to
escape the gunfire.
I bet the police would like an assault weapons ban right about now. This guy sounds like a mad dog.
I don't care about the NRA's claim to unlimited freedom. I demand law and order.
Heh. Guess this guy skipped the NRA's classes on responsible ownership.
What's that, you say? The NRA doesn't really have such classes? They just spend their money on lobbying and campaign contributions to protect the right of crazy people to own military weaponry?
Why, yes, one plus one does equal two. Why do you ask?
The shooter is described as a black man....
From the NRA and TeaBirchPublican point of view this may not be a patriot deserving consideration.
australia has the answer. or we need to ENFORCE the regulated militia.
This guy shoots like a cop, give him a job, quick.
anyone who isn't scared spitless when they handle a weapon, shouldn't be anywhere near them.
seems the NRA has made them into a casual fetish.
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