Rose Ellen says, “that they believes the charges were true but it was not proved as there was not enough evidence, is non
You are free to believe as you choose, but what your claiming, and what is reality, are two separate things.
Multiple jurors in the george Zimmerman trial said they sincerely believed he was guilty of murder and should pay for the death of Martin, but the evidence did not support there belief and he was found not guilty.
Like I said, you may think people are charged based off sincere belief. You are wrong, but that is your choice.
 March 27, 2015 at 11:01pm
Rose Ellen said, “On what do you base that belief on? Whatever you base it on, that is your reason to to convict!”
Wow…people never cease to amaze me.
When I was a kid, I knew, and still know, my neighbor stole my bike. Nothing you could tell me would convince me otherwise.
However, I had no actual proof. So nothing happened.
I can only speak for myself, but I don’t want the bar for charging someone with murder set as low as the prosecution in that case set it.
We shouldn’t be locking people up just because we really think they commited a crime.
Did Casey Anthony kill her child? Probably.
Do the prosecution made a case strong enough to convict her? Absolutely not, IMO.
 March 27, 2015 at 10:44pm
Is anyone suprised?
I mean, she is the founder of the birther movement for crying out loud.
Once Harry the Horrible is out do you think Glenn will finally tell the truth about Harry Reid and Reid’s son’s involvement in the REAL causes of the Bundy Ranch stand-off?
Well, considering you’ve been screwed and robbed, I don’t think that’s a “win”. Even if you “win”, you’ve still lost.
So are you advocating that said" robbing and screw event " continue???
Speck...you win...that's exactly what he'll be doing.
Maybe not best post ever...
But probably most accurate.
 March 25, 2015 at 2:12pm
I can’t help but wonder if his trip to Mexico was broadcast for weeks in advance on facebook and social media.
“burglars left with about $200,000 in money, jewelry, and 45 guns”
Video recording/security systems are very affordable these days. Especially for somone who has 200k worth of valuable in there home.
@speck - Me too. If this actually did happen I would bet my bobcat he knows the people that did it.
probably is working for Eric Holder...just a new way to supply the mexican cartels.....Funny, why would he go to mexico for vacation? Mexico is the same as Texas in almost every respect except for the legal system
It was obviously someone who knew what he had. Wonder if his guns were registered?
Maybe the local gestapo just served a warrant on the wrong address. Happens all the time.
People can't help but brag to people about all of their stuff. I'm sure he showed lots of people his gun collection, and those people told other people. I'm sure they bragged to people about their upcoming fancy vacation and those people told other people. One of those people did the criminal math and now they have lots of stuff.
It's best if the people around you think that you're poor and don't have anything worth stealing. It's also best to talk about your vacation... after you're back instead of before you leave.
"Me too. If this actually did happen I would bet my bobcat he knows the people that did it."
Or at least they know about him, and when he goes away.
My first thought as well: it's a friend or a friend of a friend, etc.
However much your trust your friends, don't trust anyone (except immediate adult family) when it comes to firearms and ammo.
The money and other items can be replaced, but knowing your guns are on the blackmarket will give you an ulcer....
Pretty dumb not to have an alarm ......
Yep, and when your security system detects an intruder, the video can be uploaded to your phone so you can call the police while they're still in the act. Makes for an easy prosecution.
 March 24, 2015 at 4:21pm
I remember when my wife told me she was pregnant and filmed my reaction to put on the Internet with the hopes of grabbing 2 minuets of fame…oh wait, no she didn’t.
But, if a cop has to shoot him, certain members will scream bloody murder and make their comparisons to Chris Dorner. Who by the way, is listed by the DOJ as a now deceased serial murderer.
I don't understand, RJJ. Chris Dorner was a cop. I don't think the guy they're looking for is a cop, so I don't understand.
BTW, the story you HAVEN'T heard of, even though it was forwarded to TheBlaze the night before last, is that we're currently looking for a killer-cop right here in SoCal, again.
WOODYEE, I see what you are saying, but in my view it does not matter what Dorner did for a living. Other than his LE and Naval Reserve training made him more effective at what was on his mind when he flipped out. A murderer is a murder and a serial murderer just multiplies his/her body count. One male in Arizona has now died, and the whereabouts of the shooter is unknown at the moment. This could end quickly, or it could play out in a matter of days. I would much prefer the shooter surrender, but at the same time think that is unlikely to happen. My main point is that there are some here who will scream bloody murder over a conspiracy theory if this ends in a near Dorner like final shoot out. Dorner was a madman who went about shooting some people while letting others virtually alone. Here we have another armed madman going about shooting people and we are lucky that only one has died. He may well not have had the training that Dorner had.
I get it - thanks RJJ!! ;-)
That whole point is now likely moot since FNC is reporting that the shooter has been taken into custody. No further details yet.
 March 18, 2015 at 1:10pm
The average person can cover 21 feet in about a second.
You only have one shot with a taser. Even if you hit the target the leads still have to stick, which can be a problem with some clothing. Even if the leads stick, they can be pulled out.
Again, I can not stress enough that the average person can cover 21 feet in about 1 second.
If they would have bet on the taser, one of them very well may have taken a screwdriver to the throat.
 March 18, 2015 at 12:37pm
Six seconds after the screwdriver is visible on video, the first shot is fired.
The average person can cover 21 feet in around a second. He was just several feet away.
The average reaction time of a person is somewhere around a second.
They were up against a car. No unobstructed path backwards.
A taser isn’t 100%. Do you want to take a chance on the taser when you have a guy with a screwdriver 5 foot away.
Why were they so close to the door? Are you being serious?
 March 18, 2015 at 10:30am
“Harrison’s family filed a lawsuit…claiming that Harrison was “an unarmed man” who “did not pose a risk of injury to himself or others.”
Did not pose a risk of injury to himself or others…false.
“officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at the home of…Jason Harrison…whose family had called police on him several times before…He’s off the chain…She exits the home, saying, ”Bipolar schizo,”
What the hell did you call the police for then?
I feel terrible for situations like this and I am sure the police are tore up about shooting a mentally ill man. This man needed professional help.
As sad as it is, what does this family expect the police to do? Take a 8″ screwdriver to the throat? No thank you.
Could the officers counter sue the parents for not having their violent mentally ill son in a psychiatric hospital?
Michael- that is a massive can of worms. Most likely SS funds come to the family for the mentally ill son, and continue for his care until death. 'Cash cow' seems cold, but many people utilize family members for their Govt benefits alone. Sad day, sickening occurrence that took seconds from start to finish.
Agreed! Just because a person is mentally unstable or ill or unbalanced or whatever they want to call it…. THEY DO NOT GET A PASS!! Stable or not, if you are DANGEROUS to other people… you’re OUT!!!
similar incident in fort myers a few yrs ago family cannot handle or care anymore call cops when they get him stirred up
She led him right to the cops deliberately so that they would shoot him and she could sue.
Never heard such fake screaming in my life.
Arch, the progs pushed the crazies out on the streets years ago so the could "live full lives."
 March 17, 2015 at 12:24pm
Yes, I would like to talk to you about the dangerous effects that have transpired from the coordinated lie, “hands up, don’t shoot,” as told by the liberal media and in the democrat party…I would also like a coffee.
 March 16, 2015 at 9:01pm
“I ask, Sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them.”
George Mason – Co-author of the Second Amendment
during Virginia’s Convention to Ratify the Constitution, 1788
“A militia, when properly formed, are in fact the people themselves …”
Richard Henry Lee – writing in Letters from the Federal Farmer to the Republic, Letter XVIII, May, 1788.
 March 16, 2015 at 8:53pm
Your talking about people who cannot define “keep” or “bear.”
Your talking about people who do not know when our founders referred to the militia, they were referring to the citizenry as a whole.
 March 16, 2015 at 12:01pm
“I encourage all of my colleagues in Congress to support this obvious measure that will, if enacted, save lives.”
Uhh…what is he talking about? Abortion?
Didn’t the ATF recently say they had no evidense that this round had ever been fired at an officer, let alone kill one?
These four DemoCommie, rabid ant-gunners are just that! They'd be screaming that on a burning rock in hell after death! Nothing new here! With a Republican held Congress,what do you suppose this bill's chances of getting past committee are?
That's just the point factsobill. There is no chance. Chances they wouldn't even get a majority of Democrats to vote for it other than those that are from loony left districts.
Which begs the question then, why? To keep it front and center? To give themselves talking points for next election with their bleeding heart constituency? Because they had to push the camera op showing themselves to do something more than just sit there as obstructionists? Or is it more nefarious?
Has any one of these 4 whack jobs ever seen an AR pistol??? If i remember correctly they are about 20 inches long and when you put one of those evil high capacity magazines in them they are about 11 inches tall. Since they retail for about $900.00 you can rest assured that the average street thug would rather sell it and keep his Jiminez .380
FOP came out saying they have no problem
“I encourage all of my colleagues in Congress to support this obvious measure that will, if enacted, save lives.”
Yes my fellow criminal politicians, when the majority of Americans wake up out their zombified brain rot and realize we’re the ones actually serving our own self interest and not the best interest of those that elected us, this bill if enacted will definitely save lives….possibly our lives. We’re having trouble taking away their firearms, So yes lets ban ammunition so that the 2d Amendment, the 2d Amendment that was created to protect citizens from tyrannical government can be taken away via the back door. Then we can do as we wish. Continue to disassemble the constitution, pass more regulations by un-elected unaccountable bureaucrats and agencies, attack Christianity, regulate the internet, healthcare, boost taxes, force them to pay carbon tax to Owl Gore, open up the borders, create the North American Union, allow the UN treaties to supersede the US constitution & Bill of Rights, launder drug cartel money with absolutely no threat of armed citizens.
Incredible attacks on free speech, right to privacy, the right to bear arms, states rights, all to enrich themselves….Now why would they want to take law abiding Americans firearms and ammunition?
Papadoc, it’s called incrementalism. Your representatives will let some of bill pass, bits and pieces, and slowly but surely, they’ll whittle away at our rights until they’re all gone.
One of the next steps will be protecting people from burglars who break in and steal your guns. You’ll be required to keep your guns in a safe, and then you’ll need two safes so you can keep your ammo separate. And you’ll go along with it just like you did when you asked your masters for a carry permit or an FFL because your nuts are sucked up inside your body where they’re safe. (And when I say “you” I mean all American gun owners.)
 March 14, 2015 at 11:33pm
Proposed at a Rascal Flatts concert? Eww…
If I was going to ask someone to marry me it dang sure would not be at a concert of one of the worst bands in modern times, one of the biggest disgraces country music has ever seen.
Jealous? You could sing that way too, if your soft parts were squeezed in a vice!
Good luck to em, even though their musical tastes seem somewhat pedestrian.
It’s not country it’s Pop…like a lot of country is these days. I have to go to country to find most rock these days though…we called it “southern rock” in my day…you know, Skynard, Outlaws, Molly Hatchet…
I couldn’t believe what the Grammy’s called rock either. Jack White, Ryan Adams. Arctic Monkeys, Beck, The Black Keys, U2, Tom Petty? Seriously?
At least they recognized Tenacious D for best Metal Performance for Dio’s “Last in Line”. That’s one of the best songs of all time in my opinion…Dio should have been recognized for that 30 years ago but it was lost in the void of the most awful decade in music history…the 80’s…