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About time gun thieves get just desserts...

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Brian in Oregon, Aug 1, 2012.

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  1. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Rasmussen said he believed Nichols’ sentence of 125 years was one of the longest sentences ever handed down for a non-murder conviction.

    “Without the burglary of these firearms, this killing would not have occurred,” he said.

    Hate to say it, BUT he has no prof or knowledge that the murder wouldn't have taken place. Rasmussen just opened the door for a Appeal, all it will take is a good lawyer getting his hands on that statement.

    Rasmussen had to be in on the "Plea deal" 25 years to the murderers doesn't jive in my book!
     
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    From Monday's on-line edition of the Erie Pa times.

    Man faces charges after shooting self with stolen gun in Erie

    By TIM HAHN, Erie Times-News
    tim.hahn@timesnews.com

    A man is being treated at a hospital under police watch after reportedly shooting himself with a stolen gun on Erie's east side this morning.

    The man, identified by police as 44-year-old Brian Kelly, no address available, was found with a gunshot wound to the left biceps when police were called to a parking lot at East 16th and German streets on a report of a shooting at 12:33 a.m., police said.

    Officers found a revolver near Kelly, then followed a blood trail to a residence in the 200 block of East 16th Street, Erie police Lt. Kirk Werner said. Police said they learned that Kelly had reportedly tried to remove a trigger lock from the revolver when it fired inside the residence.

    The gun was reported stolen from Millcreek Township, Werner said.

    Kelly will face charges that include carrying a firearm without a license, receiving stolen property and recklessly endangering another person, Werner said.


    See Tuesday's Erie Times-News and GoErie.com for more coverage.
     
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