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    Re: Colten boushie case

    The hangfire was only 1/2 second not matching the time frame of his stated hangfire.

    Mistakes were made, first the gun was pointed at someone’s head, that’s the first thing I was taught not to do. Second his finger was on the trigger when he wasn’t wanting to shoot(if it wasn’t a hangfire). Another no no in my books finger only touches the trigger when you’re ready to shoot.. And third it was with a pistol... that’s all we need is for the libtards to use this as ammo to get tighter gun restrictions.

    They are trying to pin him with unsafe operation of a firearm as well, stating about how he doesn’t know how many bullets and the operation of his firearm that when the mag is not present in the gun it won’t fire blah blah blah. In the heat of the moment like that i’m Sure if you asked him he wouldn’t of remembered what he was doing 5 minutes before they pulled up.

    My opinion is that if they were actually looking for help, they would’ve gotten their flat fixed for free, muffler tied up plus possibly welded, and would’ve been back to the rez for supper, bannock and fried chicken.

    But I can see him getting at least a couple years, if nothing comes of it there’s going to be such an outcry from the First Nations community. Not saying he’s going to be in there for years, he’ll be out in months for good behaviour. Hopefully before harvest.
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    Re: Colten boushie case

    I'm aiming for the feet, lesson learned, I hope it works out ok for him.

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    Re: Colten boushie case

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronaha View Post
    I'm aiming for the feet, lesson learned, I hope it works out ok for him.
    Lesson learned is leave no witnesses to dispute your story.

    He is probably lying, but who gives a fawk he was defending his property. If they came there with good intentions no one would have ended up dead. Got what they deserved too bad he didn't get all of them.

    Hopefully he gets something really small like probation. Should not spend a day in jail for it that's for sure.

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    Re: Colten boushie case

    Very bad in that area been multiple thefts to same peope over and over

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    Re: Colten boushie case

    Maybe if more of these rural thieves got shot at the problems in rural Alberta and Sask would diminish?
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    Re: Colten boushie case

    Quote Originally Posted by snopro View Post
    Maybe if more of these rural thieves got shot at the problems in rural Alberta and Sask would diminish?
    I agree. Problem is every time a criminal gets shot by a law abiding farmer, the farmer gets charged for protecting his property. The bruderheim case where the farmer shot the guy riding away on his stolen quad comes to mind.

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    Re: Colten boushie case

    Hooooola, i forgot to show up to dat court thing, afternoon bingo got me side tracked ahhh son of a moccasin


    This is sad that a young man lost his life because of stupid choices...but this poor guy shouldn't be hung out to dry for what has happened...your all fawkn drunk and don't rembemer shieeet about anything that night....case closed. let the old man go



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    Re: Colten boushie case

    https://www.google.ca/amp/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.4526313

    Not guilty!! Good to hear! While I feel a little sorry for the family of the deceased, it's pretty clear they entered the farm armed and with intent to commit a crime. Glad Mr Stanley can go home with his family.
    Last edited by broke'n'nuts; February 9th, 2018 at 07:47 PM.

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    Re: Colten boushie case

    His life is stil over he will be forced to sell the farm and move

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