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| January 21, 2023

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Armed Arizona gas station clerk shoots robber who pointed gun at customers

Andrew Miller
An armed Arizona gas station clerk shot a would-be thief during a botched robbery after the alleged suspect pointed a gun at customers, officials said.

A masked man stormed into a Chevron station at just before 5 a.m. Wednesday and aimed his gun at the clerk, Avondale Police told KSAZ-TV.

The clerk, who was working the graveyard shift, told the outlet that the suspect mumbled the words “rob” and “money.”

“In all reality, he didn’t need to say anything,” the clerk, identified as Brian, said. “The moment he pointed the gun at me, it was pretty obvious what he was there for.”

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Brian didn’t have a lot to say either. BZ, Brian. David and Gun Bunny were kind enough to send us the links.

Grand jury declines charges in the fatal shooting of Toledo man

By WTVG Staff and Alexis Means
The Lucas County grand jury has ruled the shooting and killing of a Toledo man as an act of self-defense.

According to Toledo Police detectives, there will be no charges against a man accused of shooting and killing Issac Carpenter.

Carpenter’s mother Aviance Hill is still in shock that the death of her son was ruled as a justifiable shooting.

The Toledo Police Department released the surveillance video and further explained why the man who killed Carpenter was not charged.

“It was essentially a self-defense argument,” said TPD Sergeant Roy Kennedy “The response to the initial act was a justified shooting.”

Police said the deadly shooting stemmed from a domestic incident after Carpenter’s sister claimed a man hit her.

Investigators said she called her brother and other family members to meet her at the man’s house.

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I’m not privy to the evidence presented, but my read from the article is a bit different from the Grand Jury’s finding.

Remember this dirtbag?
Los Angeles hit-and-run driver who plowed into mom and baby in stolen car is murdered after light sentence
Venice 17-year-old wrong-way driving felon who ran over a mom and her infant shot to death

By Michael Ruiz, Bill Melugin | Fox News
A Los Angeles 17-year-old who ran over a mother walking her baby in a stroller in 2021 and received just a few months of diversionary camp as punishment was gunned down in Palmdale this week.

Kristopher Baca, whom Fox News Digital has previously not identified due to his youth, pleaded guilty to the hit-and-run last year.

The Los Angeles County Coroner-Medical Examiner’s office confirmed his death Friday but said the examination was still pending.

Deputies found him dead with gunshot wounds in a Palmdale driveway on the 83600 block of 11th Street East Wednesday evening, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Let’s all squeak out a tear for the late Mr. Baca.

“Despotic governments can stand ‘moral force’ till the cows come home; what they fear is physical force.”
– George Orwell

Category: Feel Good Stories, Guest Link, Schadenfreude

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Hack Stone

Damn shame, those brief months that Kristopher Baca in Diversionary Camp turned his life around.

Ironic that if he was serving the sentence that he deserved, he would still be alive.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

To paraphrase what I wrote on another site, there was no justice through the Libtard DA, so true justice came from outside the two-tier (in)justice system. Whether from a drug deal gone wrong, or the victim’s family, true justice was done.

Old tanker

Regarding the Toledo shooting. I fail to see why it would not be considered self defense. The shooter has a hostile group on his property when he arrives home. He gets physically assaulted by the female who staged the group on the property. He has another person show up and point a gun at him and he tries to remove the gun being pointed at him. Other than her allegation of abuse there was no justification for a group of vigilantes to be at his house. That is what Police are for. Report the issue and let them do an investigation. Instead, she created a hostile situation at another’s home. Pretty easy to understand.

Skivvy Stacker

“Deputies found him dead with gunshot wounds in a Palmdale driveway on the 83600 block of 11th Street East Wednesday evening, according to the sheriff’s office.”
Hm. He felt so bad about what he did he committed suicide.
That’s MY take on it.


Last year there were nearly 1100 justified police shootings. Nearly all of them were recorded. I am willing to be this year, non-police SD shootings outpace police shootings.


A temporary restraining order has been approved against the Illinois gun ban. A Preliminary Injunction Hearing is set for February 1, 2023 in the Effingham County Circuit Court.

The bill began as a 1 paragraph bill modification to the Insurance Code to have adjusters add their email to certain contracts.

It quickly was passed through the Illinois House in January 2022 with a little bipartisan support and moved to the Senate where it sat until 3:00 pm Sunday afternoon January 8 2023, when the President of the Senate does what’s known as a gut replace changing the innocuous insurance regulation into a weapons ban. Governor Pritzker signed the bill into law less than 48 hours later.


Update… Now a second lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. Unlike the above which names the Governor, Attorney General, House Speaker and Senate leader, this one is targeted at the enforcers of the law.


Quote from the Temporary Restraining Order above:

“Article IV, Section 8 of the Illinois Constitution provides that “a bill shall be read by title on three different days in each house.” 111. Const. 1970, art. IV, § 8(d). The Three Readings rule applies not only to the original bill, but to amendments. when they represent a substantial departure from the original bill.”
“This Court finds that Defendants unequivocally and egregiously violated the Three Readings Rule of the Illinois Constitution in order to circumvent the Constitutional requirements and avoid public discourse.”
“This Court finds that, due to the blatant disregard for Constitutional Law, the Plaintiff is likely to succeed on the merits of this claim.”


Be careful who you try to Rob in Arizona. We all carry.


One that will re-think his career choices, one that got lucky, and one that we can say Good Riddance” to. Not a bad trifecta of FGS.

Mr. Orwell, it is too bad that your writings have become “How To” books for despots.

HMS JMB (HBHN) levered gunz designs to a whole new level.