Skip to comments.Black Man Shoots One, Protected by Sheriff
Posted on 12/24/2016 4:04:51 AM PST by marktwain
Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- It was Saturday afternoon, the 26th of November, on Highway 138 in Georgia. The traffic was heavy after the college football game between Georgia and Georgia tech.
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I just cant get past the first name
Well it makes knowing who it is easy in crime reports when the press does not do their job.
He didn’t pick that name. Bet his buds call him Don. Sounds almost ancient Roman, Dontavious.
Sounds like the black guy had every right and the sheriff did the right thing too.
“The black man shoots one of the white men. A sheriff on the scene protects the black shooter.”.....
Why did you leave out the fact that the sheriff was also black?
Hmmm, a play on Donald and Octavius, Dontavious! That’s the ticket. Hail Rome, or something like that.
I got no argument with the guy. Four guys aggressively approach a lone man and start a fight, he’s got to reason to be nice.
His mother was Fergilicious.
The number of black gun defensive uses, against any race, as well as specifically against white attackers, is woefully under-reported.
“A study of Florida’s “stand your ground” law, found that black people are more likely to successfully use the defense than are white people.”
I suspect this is the case because black people are often more familiar with detecting dangerous aggression, as well as knowing the threshold of justifiable force. (The same might be said of many combat veterans.)
Whereas people *not* familiar with dangerous aggression are far less likely to detect the threat, and react at the wrong time; as well as to not know when to act and when not to act.
For example, burglar in home versus burglar having left property and running away.
“One of the men ‘swang’ at the driver multiple times through the cars window.”
It was cases just like this that prompted the Democrats to institute Gun Laws in the first place.
I swang at something once... threw my back out. /s
Dontavious is latin for “Quoth the Raven Never more”
At least the writer didn’t use a creative past participle of shot and had the gun “shat” bullets.
If you leave out all the “black” and “white” in this story, it almost makes sense... Except for the swang
“Swang” (swing, swang, swung), is similar to “thank”; as in - think, thank, thunk.
In a sentence: “ I thank I swang that hammer awful hard”.
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