Skip to comments.Man With Chain Saw Boasted of Sniper Skill
Posted on 06/10/2005 4:39:07 PM PDT by SmithL
TORONTO -- A chain saw-wielding man who U.S. authorities allowed to enter the United States boasted he was a "trained sniper with over 700 kills" and refused to return to Canada for a court date, a top U.S. customs official revealed Friday. . . .
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I am truly impressed!
Please someone post this guy's pix... it was in the NY Post the other day.... makes Charles Manson look normal.....
Team fortress sniper?
LOL! The flea bomb doesn't count.
"Despres seemed intense, Young said."
.... makes Charles Manson look normal.....
When I saw this guy's picture, I about jumped! Can you imagine someone that looked like this, carrying a bloody chain-saw?? What would anyone think??? Out of a bad Hollywood movie.
He reminds me of another bug-eyed lunatic:
That Customs Officer is twice as dense as the guy's picture is bizarre.
this fella should swing from the closest available pole
We did not allow him to leave the port with the chain saw, the sword, the braceknuckles or the handcuffs - all of that we seized. So when he left the port he wasn't' armed with anything."
thank God our borders are secure. No terrorist could EVER get past these guys.
Wow he's more than 7 times the sniper that sharpshooting legend Carlos Hathcock was. He only got 93 kills.
The guy looks posivitely demonized... UNREAL or un-human...
since Homeland INsecurity is going after DVD movie copiers, and takes 2 years to build a arrest that reminded me of a DeLorian entrapment case (recent news cases) and they let this guy enter.... SOMETHING is wrong with this country... Someone give me a hint on how to blame it on clinton
Easy. Just say it was a Clinton-Bush conspiracy.
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