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Water Gun= Deadly Weapon

A water gun is a deadly weapon, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Department, who arrested a 14 year old boy for shooting a 12 year old girl with one. He is facing a felony charge of “shooting a weapon/missile in a public or private building that could cause death or great bodily harm.”

So now the boy’s family will have legal bills in the $100,000 range, or they will be forced to take a plea deal. This is ridiculous.

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Honk Honk!

Willi Münzenberg summed up the Frankfurt School’s long-term operation thus: “We will make the West so corrupt that it stinks.”

This is a real YHGTBSM story. “shooting a weapon/missile in a public or private building that could cause death or great bodily harm.” I say again, “death or great bodily harm” from a freaking water gun? I’ve never heard of a water gun that could qualify for that. I suppose if it was 90,000 psi.

This needs to be laughed out of court. And make the Sheriff’s department pay for wasting the court’s time.

And the parents sue the hell out of the sheriff’s department and the county as well if they pursue this nonsense.

On one hand, this isn’t just a squirt gun. It’s more like babby’s first paintball gun.

On the other hand, treating it like a firearm is pushing absurdity.

Calling it a weapon/missile that can cause death or great bodily harm means that the Volusia County sheriff believes that someone shooting with this “baby’s first paintball gun” can be shot at with real firearms.

I don’t think you will find a jury willing to declare this thing to be a deadly weapon.

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