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GAnthony

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I guess I just don't find much humor in suicide these days.
when it's someone like that jerk, that had it all, and still lived the life of a gang-banger.....it's justice anyway we can get it.

i couldn't be any happier he offed himself.
 

GAnthony

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now what's even more infuriating, is that under Mass state laws, since his first life conviction was up for appeal, that conviction CAN BE thrown out, making him INNOCENT of the murder HE committed...

and when this happens, his lawyers are going after the Pats owners for that $40 million dollar salary and they will get his home back, or at least the money for it....

with the multi million dollars the Craft family pays for thier lawyers, i hope they can get out of this bullshit.....

had there been NO appeal of his first conviction..???

he would have died a convicted felon....

christ,,,,the effing laws.....

i don;t know if he had any WILL, and if not...do you honestly think his g/f will get that money...or the lawyers..?????
 

Duck

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That means that in Massachusetts you can fake your own death to get a conviction vacated.

Then even if you come clean they can't do anything about it because of double jeopardy.

o_O
 

Duck

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Speaking of cats..

Last night around 3 AM I woke up to a ton of noise downstairs. It sounded like someone was trashing the place. I thought maybe Sarah was having a seizure but when I looked over, she was right next to me.

So I grabbed my .45 and went down there to investigate and it was her damn cat, flying around the kitchen at the warp speed, knocking stuff over.

I was tempted to shoot the damn thing but I don't think even an expert marksman can hit a target moving around at Mach 12 and changing directions 5 times per second.

I never did figure out WTF it's problem was because I hissed at it really loud and it suddenly stopped, looked at me for a second and started meowing and running against my leg as if to say "I'm a good little kitty,... all that stuff that just happened, didn't actually just happen".
 

GAnthony

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Speaking of cats..

Last night around 3 AM I woke up to a ton of noise downstairs. It sounded like someone was trashing the place. I thought maybe Sarah was having a seizure but when I looked over, she was right next to me.

So I grabbed my .45 and went down there to investigate and it was her damn cat, flying around the kitchen at the warp speed, knocking stuff over.

I was tempted to shoot the damn thing but I don't think even an expert marksman can hit a target moving around at Mach 12 and changing directions 5 times per second.

I never did figure out WTF it's problem was because I hissed at it really loud and it suddenly stopped, looked at me for a second and started meowing and running against my leg as if to say "I'm a good little kitty,... all that stuff that just happened, didn't actually just happen".
we have had cats..they go ballistic at times...daytime, night time....don't matter. one time a cat of ours, had some "litter" stuck to it's paw...summanabeech ran like hell...

funny too, when they go from a carpet to wood, tiles, or linoleum floors.....big thuds, when he would hit the stove......