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Crime

Canadian Carjacking

Someone in Canada robbed at gunpoint? Impossible. Canada has all of those gun laws.

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Antigun Crime Guns Race baiting

CDC to have Gun Study Ban

It seems that the CDC has been doing firearm homicide studies. The study found that the rate of gun homicides among Black males between the ages of 10-24 was 21.6 times higher than white males of the same age. I guarantee you that this means the CDC is about to have its gun violence budget cut.

The CDC also claimed that the study showed that planting trees and grass on vacant lots reduces firearm violence by nearly a third.

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Crime

Coincidences

Democrats are down in the polls, and so we have two mass shootings in two days. What’s up with that?

Once is happenstance, twice coincidence, three times is enemy action. Where will the third one be?

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Crime

Nailed It

Revisiting the police shooting at a Central Florida Target store, it looks like the police DID get this one right. There was a gun in the car (a gold plated Glock with a 30 round magazine) and the criminals tried using their car to ram police vehicles and run over a deputy.

The deputies involved were detectives and were not road deputies, so did not have body cameras. However, the police did release security camera video from the Target store that shows the Audi with the critters in it ramming police vehicles.

Of course, there are apologists for the criminals. Sandman USAF had this to say:

There is no law in Florida that says I can’t carry an extended magazine just like I can have a military style rifle thay I have used in Afghanistan. No one should die for petty theft of some trading cards.

My reply to that was this:

Lie. The rifle you would have carried in Afghanistan would have been a military M4, which is classified under US law as a “machine gun” and has been outlawed since 1986. There is a law that says you can’t carry a handgun unless you have a permit, which people under 21 cannot get. They didn’t die for Pokemon and Pizza. They died because they tried to use their car as a weapon against cops.

Had they surrendered to the cops, it is likely that nothing would have happened to them. Target doesn’t want even charges pressed. Even if Target wanted to press charges, a plea deal would have meant misdemeanor petty theft charges and some probation. Instead, these pillars of the community (/sarc) turned what would have been a stern talking to into attempted murder of a cop and a police shooting. Stupidity.

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Crime Self Defense

Public Service Announcement

Look at this picture of a “protester” tossing a Molotov cocktail at a Wisconsin church, and reflect on Florida law:

Throwing a Molotov cocktail is arson, which is a forcible felony. A Molotov cocktail is also considered to be a destructive device under 790.001. Throwing one is a forcible felony Participating in a riot whereby the participants are forcibly and violently attempting to destroy any building is a forcible felony under 870.03.

Forcible felony, according to 776.08, includes arson, aggravated assault, and the unlawful throwing, placing, or discharging a destructive device or bomb, and any other felony that involves the use or threat of force.

n Florida, deadly force may be used to protect oneself from death or serious bodily injury, or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony.

If you see this in Florida, deadly force is authorized. You can shoot this fucker dead in the face.

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Crime

Looks Like Cops Got This One Right

Four men, aged 18 to 20, decided to cover the license plate on their car and enter a target in Kissimmee, FL in order to steal pizzas and Pokemon cards from the store. Security called the local gendarmes, who arrived and attempted to take the young men into custody. For some reason, the police perceived a threat and opened fire, killing one and injuring one of them.

The police are having to keep silent until the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), who investigates all police shootings, completes its investigation. Their attorneys have been all over Central Florida news, claiming that the police overreacted and shot the men for no reason at all. The local press has been eating it up.

One of the claims that the lawyers are making is that the police never identified themselves as cops. At the same time, they are also claiming that the cops shot the men, even though they had raised their hands in surrender. The usual claims of racism aren’t available to them, because the deputies involved were the same race as the critters who were shot.

If you have read this blog any amount of time, you know that I don’t always side with the cops. Sometimes, I agree with what they do, sometimes, I don’t. This case is one of the former, in my opinion.

One question that has been raised throws cold water on the attorney’s claims: If the cops didn’t identify themselves, then why did the criminals raise their hands in surrender?

Those young men weren’t choirboys. They went there with the intent of stealing, as evidenced by their covering of the license plate with tape. Their records indicate some of who these men were/are:

  • Jayden Baez, the man killed: He had a felony conviction from a 2019 case where he reached into his ex-gf’s car and struck her new beau and then stole some items, including airpods and a box of candy. That case was charged as burglary with battery, a felony. He pled guilty to misdemeanor battery. He also had a second arrest stemming from attempted escape from an Osceola Deputy who had arrested him on a warrant. The charges on that one were dropped. I didn’t attempt to find out what the warrant was for.
  • Joseph Lowe, who is the 19 year old that was also shot, has an extensive juvenile offender record. I can’t see the specifics, but a 2018 arrest on driving a stolen Escalade lists him as a “juvenile felony offender with violent tendencies” (pdf warning)

On top of it, Nejame (the attorney) is well known in the area as being the lawyer who represented Casey Anthony, the woman who got a 13th trimester abortion. He represents the criminal element of Central Florida.

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Crime

The Crazy Years

A 14 year old boy and his unnamed accomplice in Long Island committed a burglary where the female homeowner and her small child were home. The woman and her child hid in a closet until discovered by the burglars, who then raped and then stabbed her in the chest before she was able to escape.

We hear all of the time from the left that we should just let the burglars take what they want, because our stuff is insured or because all they want is to feed their children. But what if what the thief that has just broken into your house wants to rape you, stab you, and then leave you for dead so that your small child is an orphan, or worse, is killed too? Will insurance fix that? Is that just stuff? Is the burglar just trying to feed his family? How can you tell the difference before it is too late?

This is why anyone who breaks into my home had better surrender immediately, because whether he knows it or not, he just arrived at the place and time of a very short and violent gunfight.

Fucking animals.

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Crime

Jackass

Just stumbled upon a new (to me) website. It keeps a running total of shootings in Chicago. The website is no fan of Lightfoot or Chicago.

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Crime Police State

Cop Cars Have the Best Drugs

A sheriff’s office volunteer was caught selling drugs from his marked patrol vehicle.

This isn’t anything new. When I was in high school some 40 years ago, there was an Orange county deputy who used to sit in his patrol car on International Drive just south of Sand Lake Road, right there where it became a dirt road. He used to sell drugs out of his patrol car. Everyone knew he had good stuff, because it had been tested by the police drug lab.

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Crime Guns

I Was Right

Remember when I said that it looked like the DC shooter’s rifles had autosear pins?

It turns out that is exactly what he had. This now raises the question: Where and how did he get three fully automatic rifles? Those look like new manufacture.