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17 June 2010 - 08:56 PMThe greatest team to ever step foot on a court.
Great game, great series, great year.
The fact that they beat the Celtics, who I have always despised makes it so much sweeter.
06 June 2010 - 11:31 PMWhy someone would bring a gun to a bar when their drinking is dumb enough but a cop is so irresponsible he brings the gun, gets drunk, then shoot and kills someone. Hopefully this guy rots in jail.
QuoteBALTIMORE -- An off-duty Baltimore City police officer fatally shot an unarmed Marine 13 times outside a nightclub early Saturday.
According to Baltimore City police, Tyrone Brown -- a 32-year-old Marine who has served two tours of duty in Iraq -- was shot 13 times at close range. He died a short time later.
Baltimore police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the officer shot and killed Brown, saying Brown made advances toward a woman who was with the officer.
"After the advances, the officer and the individual exchanged words," Gugliemi said. "There was an argument, and the altercation turned physical. At that point, the officer pulled out his service weapon and fired multiple shots at our victim."
Brown's sister said she was there when her brother was shot. She said they were out at about 1:30 a.m. Saturday when they approached a group of people -- including the off-duty officer -- leaving Eden's Lounge, a nightclub in Mount Vernon.
"There was absolutely no physical contact," said La-Belle Scott, Brown's sister. "The supposed officer was not in any harm whatsoever. He (Brown) had his hands up to show he didn't have no weapons or anything."
Scott said her brother tried to diffuse the situation.
"My brother tried to approach him, saying, 'Calm down, calm down. All this is uncalled for.' And, the next thing you know, several shots rang out. It was maybe eight or nine shots that rang out, and then, all I know is my brother is telling me, 'I'm shot,'" Scott said.
Brown's family said they're having a hard time understanding the whole situation, saying Brown wasn't a violent man.
"My brother was supposed to walk me down the aisle next month. I'm getting married on July 24, and he would've walked me down the aisle and he's not here."
- La-Belle Scott,
Tyrone Brown's Sister
"It's just crazy that he would have to shoot 13 times at an unarmed man," Scott said. "He was a loving, caring person. (He) always looked out for everybody. He loved his kids. His family came first."
Brown is survived by a wife and two children.
"Tyrone was the love of my life. I don't know how else to put it," said Brown's wife, Loren. "We just (have to) take it one step at a time, one day at a time and just put it in God's hands. That's all I can do."
As they gather to support each other, the family said they have one wish for the future.
"I just hope justice will be served because my brother was supposed to walk me down the aisle next month. I'm getting married on July 24, and he would've walked me down the aisle and he's not here," Scott said.
The state's attorney's office will review the evidence and decide whether to file charges, which also is customary, he said.
The officer, who Guglielmi said is a 15-year veteran, has not been named. Police said they are investigating whether alcohol was a factor. The officer declined to take an alcohol breath test.
Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III has ordered his senior commanders to oversee the investigation. Guglielmi said the officer was being questioned, which is customary in shootings involving an officer.
Officers typically carry their service weapons while off-duty in Baltimore, but Guglielmi said they should not be carrying their guns if they intend to become intoxicated.
20 May 2010 - 03:50 PMThe video is kind of grafic, so if youd like to watch it search the following on youtube.
"Columbia Mo SWAT Raid 2/11/2010. Cops Shoot Pets With Children Present"
Basically these cops raid this house, there is a man and 2 kids. They don't seem to live in a bad neighborhood and there house is not dirty or anything. Basically it seems like a normal family. They raid this guys house shoot his two dogs with his daughter right there then are a huge poop shooter to him.
He had a small amount of weed on him, so little it was only a misdemeanor. They couldnt charge him because of how little weed was there BUT they charge him with child endangerment.
So 1 joint of weed is endangering your child
But 6 men who were made fun of in high school bust in shoot 2 dogs in close quarters with a child are "protecting and serving" and getting drugs off the streets.
Personally the words that would have come out of my mouth if a swat team raided my home and shot my two dogs in front of my daughter. Well it probably would have been another "dont tase me bro" video.
Im not saying Police are bad and we dont need them, but I am saying that they do so much stupid crap it amazes me that even after they act completely idiotic they need charge this guy. He should sue those mother FRAGers into the ground for acting so unproffessional and then ontop of that charging HIM with something.
Im aware that sometimes police are in situations where their lives are truely at danger. But when a little girl is sitting there and you think you need to shoot two dogs thats out of line. Postal workers are attacked my dogs all the time, do they shoot them NO they pepper spray it at most.
This makes me extremely angry I hope those cops get held accountable, or at the very least something they love gets mutilated by some wimp like them.
If anyone rationalizes this with, well he should have had weed on him. To put it in-perspective a misdemeanor charge for MJ is a ticket you arent arrested. Would it make sense to shoot a dog in the back of a car during a traffic stop? And there is just as much danger in approaching a car during a traffic stop as there is storming a house like this.
20 March 2010 - 06:36 PMRules
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If you have a negative you are shipping first
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08 February 2010 - 11:08 PMKee is definitely gearing up to run paintball its great how well they are doing in these times.
KEE Action Sports Purchases JT Sports
Sewell, NJ, February 8th, 2010 KEE Action Sports LLC. KEE Action Sports is pleased to announce that it has acquired the assets of JT Sports. Effective immediately, KEE will be manufacturing and selling the entire line of JT Sports, Brass Eagle, and ViewLoader paintball products.
George Eurick, President and CEO of KEE said, “We are proud and excited to add the JT Sports, Brass Eagle, and ViewLoader brands, all of which have a very rich history in paintball. Their product heritage, product innovation, and long history in paintball provide some very meaningful additions to KEE’s product portfolio.”
For JT product ordering or questions regarding orders, current and new customers should contact their Sale Representative or call KEE for any additional information.
KEE Action Sports LLC is the worldwide leader in the manufacturing and distribution of paintball sporting goods and the exclusive source for RPS®, Empire®, InvertTM, InvertTM MINITM, BT PaintballTM, HALO®, EVIL®, Pure Energy®, ViewLoader®, Brass Eagle®, and JT Sports® brand products.