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T.J. Lane Facebook Photos: Suspect Faces Charges In Chardon High School Shooting (SLIDESHOW)

T.J. Lane Facebook Photos: Suspect Faces Charges In Chardon High School Shooting (SLIDESHOW)

Commented Mar 2, 2012 at 13:44:41 in Crime

“I grew up with a single parent, lower class, always around guns, and videogames (gasp). Do I have a record? Not unless you count a speeding ticket, might as well attribute that to all of those Need for speed games I played as a youth.”
T.J. Lane Facebook Photos: Suspect Faces Charges In Chardon High School Shooting (SLIDESHOW)

T.J. Lane Facebook Photos: Suspect Faces Charges In Chardon High School Shooting (SLIDESHOW)

Commented Mar 2, 2012 at 13:37:00 in Crime

“The facts are, the mass majority of people who own weapons use them LEGALLY, unfortunately a few bad apples in the bunch give people like you fodder to jump off of the deep end. If society ever falls, and anarchy ensues, do you want to be the only one without a gun?”

digger4871 on Mar 2, 2012 at 18:58:14

“Very well said again. If everyone that is against owning guns, ever had to go through the Viet Nam war, or any other war, they would definitely feel different. Like the old saying goes, if guns are outlawed, only outlaws would have guns. I'm sorry, but I would probably be one of the outlaws, because I'm not going to be without my guns until I'm mentally incapable of having one.”
T.J. Lane Facebook Photos: Suspect Faces Charges In Chardon High School Shooting (SLIDESHOW)

T.J. Lane Facebook Photos: Suspect Faces Charges In Chardon High School Shooting (SLIDESHOW)

Commented Mar 2, 2012 at 13:35:45 in Crime

“Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, hold on there swifty. Generalizing anybody who supports the bill of rights, namely the second amendment, as "people that kill" you are sadly misinformed. Just because Americans, have the ability to go out and buy an assault rifle, does not mean that every American that wants to own a gun owns an assault rifle. Not only do adults who purchase such weapons have to go through a background check, anything fully automatic or millitary grade must be pre-approved by the police sheriff in your area, and on top of that the weapon and all military grade parts must be REGISTERED with the ATF, and on top of it all, you have to pay an exorbitant amount of money to register it. Not to mention how ammunition prices have shot up over the past years due to the war. Let's just say a fully automatic assault rifle M-16, costs $10,000 fully registered, and you have to wait 6 months for aforementioned paperwork. On the black market, the same gun with shaved off serial numbers is $500, which is really easier to get? I have been shooting guns since I was 6 (even the fully automatic ones), I have never been compelled to shoot somebody, or take a life. I hunt, animals, not people. There is a huge subculture of Americans, who treat shooting as a sport, or own a weapon for self-defense.”

digger4871 on Mar 2, 2012 at 18:29:53

“Very well said. You are right on the money.”