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#1 Posted on 24.10.02 0731.48
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Apparently, the sniper has been caught, according to Drudge Report!
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#2 Posted on 24.10.02 0825.02
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What frightens me the most is that he was using Camden, NJ as his base of operations which is next door to Philadelphia.
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#3 Posted on 24.10.02 0836.39
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Well...

Two sniper suspects have been caught. Let's not get too excited just yet...
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#4 Posted on 24.10.02 0911.57
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Seriously, yeah. The police are being very edgy on this one.

I doubt we will know the whole story for a couple years, anyways.
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#5 Posted on 24.10.02 0940.45
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Didn't they 'catch' him at the weekend as well?
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#6 Posted on 24.10.02 1010.59
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Every time they have caught him before, someone gets killed later in the day.
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#7 Posted on 24.10.02 1200.09
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The Sea-Tac Connection!

Yesterday, FBI agents spent all day tearing the living bejesus out of the backyard of a Tacoma, WA area duplex looking for evidence against John Allen Williams (John Allen Muhammed), who supposedly lived there until about nine months ago.

Williams was stationed at Ft. Lewis, south of Tacoma, in the late 80's and early 90's.

Thankfully, it looks like this lead will come to its end, whether it's fruitful or not.
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#8 Posted on 24.10.02 1211.57
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It looks like all of the evidence points towards these two as being the cluprits.

You know, it's barbarians like these two that makes me yearn for the days of public executions. It also makes me yearn for drawing and quartering the condemned, but I don't see that making a comeback either.
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#9 Posted on 24.10.02 1427.44
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    Originally posted by Grimis
    You know, it's barbarians like these two that makes me yearn for the days of public executions. It also makes me yearn for drawing and quartering the condemned, but I don't see that making a comeback either.


Man, I would say we should head to the Politics board to discuss the death penalty, but I see you have an Ehrlich sign in your sig, so, yeah.
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#10 Posted on 25.10.02 0049.32
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This is pretty creepy.

A Gulf War veteran and a 17-year-old??? The US Army does its usual bang-up job of accepting applicants.
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#11 Posted on 25.10.02 0113.11
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They usually try to keep the psycopathic killers, actually.

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#12 Posted on 25.10.02 0545.23
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    Originally posted by Grimis
    It looks like all of the evidence points towards these two as being the cluprits.

    You know, it's barbarians like these two that makes me yearn for the days of public executions. It also makes me yearn for drawing and quartering the condemned, but I don't see that making a comeback either.



Personally, if these two are indeed the snipers, I think a firing squad would be more appropriate. A rather ironic punishment, I'd think.

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#13 Posted on 25.10.02 0550.12
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A firing squad would be nice, but me, I'm thinking up even more devious punishments for these two.

(Assuming they are indeed the culprits, that is. Let's please bear in mind that although they're suspects, they are innocent until proven guilty.)

Edit: Not that I didn't notice the qualifier in your statement, Stephanie. :)

(edited by ekedolphin on 25.10.02 0651)
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#14 Posted on 25.10.02 1107.56
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The best punishment is to have the two head to a gas station to fill up their car when we have a cop laying in a trunk off in the distance pick one of them off with a rifle. That way, the one left standing gets to feel the same way the people who were around the victims felt. I don't generally advocate eye-for-an-eye punishment, but sometimes it just seems appropriate.

But not until they are convicted. (Getting off on a technicality dosent count)

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#15 Posted on 26.10.02 1443.12
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They used to hang out at a coffee shop about two-three blocks from here, playing chess. This was earlier this year, possibly (reports conflict) as late as July. They lived at the Lighthouse Mission, several blocks from where my mom lives.

According to the coffee shop employees, John Lee always had a duffel bag with him which he would take everywhere, including the bathroom.

Creepy.

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#16 Posted on 26.10.02 2231.22
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I'm waiting for 'It's a Conspiracy against Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam' theories to begin.
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#17 Posted on 27.10.02 0421.13
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It's a conspiracy, man! Against Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam!

(Not that I really believe that, but I love to be a smartass.)
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#18 Posted on 27.10.02 2249.33
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    Originally posted by Big Bad
    This is pretty creepy.

    A Gulf War veteran and a 17-year-old??? The US Army does its usual bang-up job of accepting applicants.



So the Army is somehow to blame for this shit? Fuck you, dirtbag.

And as for the "they usually try to keep the psycopathic killers, actually" crack, fuck you, too. And learn how to fucking spell. I served with the finest men I've ever met in the Rangers, and some of them died in service to little armchair whiners like you. So have some fucking respect, you living shits.
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#19 Posted on 28.10.02 0409.14
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You know I've been hearing a lot (even before this sniper thing happened) about gulf war solders coming back not the same people as they left. They come back depressed and in some cases violent. I even heard there's an abnormally high murder trend going on with gulf war vets... Something to do with 'gulf war syndrome' and theories of toxic chemicals being inhaled during their time there and messing them up.

I wonder if they are going to make some sort of connection with this case.


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#20 Posted on 28.10.02 1252.04
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That's very true about soldiers inhaling chemicals during the Persian Gulf War. Not only does it cause mental trauma, but a lot of guys developed physical problems as well. Just another example of the average soldier getting fucked in the ass by the politicians that run the military and send guys out without even doing any recon.

"Y,know, Sergeant, this dust from that bombed-out factory over there is giving me a headache."

"Don't worry about it, Private, the boys at HQ said this area is safe."

Five years later they're both all fucked up, just because some asshole in an office chair didn't do his homework.

That kind of shit really burns me up. Only soldiers are qualified to lead soldiers, not politicians or fucking office workers or spoiled little rich boys.

Very good point, Net Hack Slasher. That didn't even cross my mind.
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