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OctoberRust 11-13-2012 18:32

Aww this poor guy. I need GT's prayers for him.
 
He was just about to turn his life around. :crying:


http://www.kmov.com/home/Police-ID-1...179125571.html

MasterShake 11-13-2012 18:47

Prayers sent!! :crying::crying:




:upeyes: :rofl::rofl:

ddbtoth 11-13-2012 18:50

Thought it was another ED thread.

OctoberRust 11-13-2012 19:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by ddbtoth (Post 19628419)
Thought it was another ED thread.


Naaa... I got everyone to stop hating ED, so he uhh...... oh... nevermind, he never took me up on that offer, I promise. :rofl:

OctoberRust 11-13-2012 19:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by MasterShake (Post 19628404)
Prayers sent!! :crying::crying:




:upeyes: :rofl::rofl:


For some reason, I have a feeling he's chillin with Tupac up in Thug's Mansion.

Now I know what Tupac was rapping about in that song! :rofl:

Kingarthurhk 11-13-2012 19:06

Obama said if he owned a shotgun it would probably look like that one.:rofl:

OctoberRust 11-13-2012 19:16

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Originally Posted by Kingarthurhk (Post 19628511)
Obama said if he owned a shotgun it would probably look like that one.:rofl:


:rofl::rofl:

Was it an assault shotgun? :rofl::rofl:

USMCsilver 11-13-2012 19:24

Play stupid games... :upeyes:

stolenphot0 11-13-2012 19:32

my sympathies to the Malibu and Charger.

frizz 11-13-2012 19:35

I can only hope that the cops can prove that the one who fled was acting in concert with the one who died. Felony murder is a useful tool to get rid of those who need to be gone.

Drain You 11-13-2012 19:54

If I was the praying type, I'd pray the victims become gun carriers and that they had good insurance.

Lone_Wolfe 11-14-2012 03:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by OctoberRust (Post 19628348)
He was just about to turn his life around. :crying:


http://www.kmov.com/home/Police-ID-1...179125571.html

And if he'd waited until he got someplace he could make a U turn he probably could have turned his life around! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

faawrenchbndr 11-14-2012 04:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by OctoberRust (Post 19628348)
He was just about to turn his life around. :crying:


http://www.kmov.com/home/Police-ID-1...179125571.html

Car theft at 14,........good riddance! :wavey:

skeeter7 11-14-2012 04:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by ddbtoth (Post 19628419)
Thought it was another ED thread.

I thought the same exact thing. And just like stolenphot0, my sympathies go out to the Malibu and Charger...waste of perfectly good cars. :rofl:

Gallium 11-14-2012 04:15

Let's see...

- 14 years old
- shotgun
- robbery
- stolen car
- 4:30am


None of those things should be associated with anyone of any age. The city should stick his loving parents with a bill for the cleanup - after the lady goes after his estate (who am I kidding?) for her car, pain and suffering.

Peace Warrior 11-14-2012 04:27

Hope no one else was hurt.

HerrGlock 11-14-2012 04:42

The insurance company should sue his mother for recovery of the pay out on the car. Every dime she ever gets, half of it goes towards the insurance company. Do that every time something like this happens and see if the parents start paying attention to what their kids are doing.

Peace Warrior 11-14-2012 04:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by HerrGlock (Post 19629516)
The insurance company should sue his mother for recovery of the pay out on the car. Every dime she ever gets, half of it goes towards the insurance company. Do that every time something like this happens and see if the parents start paying attention to what their kids are doing.

That is actually a good idea. :thumbsup:

This idea might work, at least in a punitive sense, until such time as the children "thugs" are either emancipated as adults by the court system due to their criminal activity(ies), or they reach the age of legal adulthood in their State of residence.

HerrGlock 11-14-2012 04:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by Peace Warrior (Post 19629519)
That is actually a good idea. :thumbsup:

This idea might work, at least in a punitive sense, until such time as the children "thugs" are either emancipated as adults by the court system due to their criminal activity(ies), or they reach the age of legal adulthood in their State of residence.

If the civil court finds that the parent owes the insurance company $XXX.XX, it no longer matters whether or not the kid is even alive the next day, the parent still owes the money via court order.

Lowjiber 11-14-2012 05:54

"Good riddance to bad rubbish" said it all.

badge315 11-14-2012 08:07

The title of that article is extremely misleading. The kid who died does not appear to be the same person who carjacked the woman with the Dodge Charger; he was driving the stolen Chevy Malibu.

Having said that...boo freakin' hoo. :crying:

aplcr0331 11-14-2012 09:25

He needed the car to get to his PSAT early. Had some studying to do.

Peace Warrior 11-15-2012 03:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by HerrGlock (Post 19629525)
If the civil court finds that the parent owes the insurance company $XXX.XX, it no longer matters whether or not the kid is even alive the next day, the parent still owes the money via court order.

Understand 100%... my point was intimating as to what point in time the parent(s) would be liable for their children thugs and thereby would have higher incentive to actually participate in their lives more so than being acting like someone running a B & B and not caring who comes or goes as long as the check comes on time every month.

Besides, everyone already hates insurance companies, so no one would care too much more if they went after parents of underage felons.

Grabbrass 11-15-2012 03:34

I'm certainly not gonna lose any sleep over junior perp's premature demise, but as for, "he was just about to turn his life around," well, it does happen. My father's a perfect example. Oldest of 9 kids, and poor like most of us have never experienced, he and another guy started committing armed robberies on mom&pop gas stations when they were 16 years old. Got caught of course. My dad was fortunate to be sent to the "boys' town" jail instead of real jail, but the experience straightened him out somewhat I guess, and my mom took care of the rest. Raised two Eagle scouts.

Might be the exception, but it does happen.

Bren 11-15-2012 03:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by HerrGlock (Post 19629516)
The insurance company should sue his mother for recovery of the pay out on the car. Every dime she ever gets, half of it goes towards the insurance company. Do that every time something like this happens and see if the parents start paying attention to what their kids are doing.

They certainly can - that's basic insurance law. It's easiest to sue his estate, but he owns nothing, so they could probably make a case against the parent. However, insurance companies are there for profit, so they don't sue unless there is actually money to be made. There is a 99.99765% chance his mother lives off our tax money.


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