What a tangled web we weave….

Mar 13th, 2014 | By | Category: Bob's Blotter, Firearms

BobsBlotterI was listening to one of my favorite talk radio shows today, the (former) Sheriff John McGuiness show out of KFBK Sacramento.  He related a very interesting story out of Texas.

At about 0230 in the a.m. a young girl comes into her parents bedroom and rousts daddy, telling him that there is a man in her older sisters bedroom.  Daddy, not being a fool, grabs a gun and enters the room where he sees a young man (turns out he was 17) in the sack with his 16-year old daughter.  Daughter denies knowing the young man.  Daddy draws down on him and orders him to roust out.  Young man makes a sudden grab for what dad presumes to be a weapon.  Dad blows his ass away.  Daughter then confesses that she knows the young man and in fact invited him to sneak over and spend the night with her.

The DA is passing the matter to a grand jury.  What do you want to bet they come back with a “No Bill” finding?

Clicking here will link to an incredibly brief Longview News Journal piece on this story.



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One Comment to “What a tangled web we weave….”

  1. Howie Katz says:

    Bob, I wouldn’t bet that dad will be no billed.

    In any event, it’s a good thing all parties to this tragedy are black. Just imagine the uproar that would have been created had the father been white. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson would be in Spring, Texas leading demonstrations and President Obama would have said, “If I had a son, he’s look like Johran.” (The dead boy, who was unarmed, has been identified as Johran McCormick.)