From one of our readers, a Pistolero.
“The consensus is that no more than five to ten people in a hundred who die by gunfire in Los Angeles are any loss to society. These people fight small wars amongst themselves. It would seem a valid social service to keep them well-supplied with ammunition.” Colonel Jeff Cooper. Thought of this when I read this morning Startlegram story of the murder conviction of a gangbanger who managed to shoot one of his own side in the head during a firefight on East Berry.
Fort Worth gunman sentenced to 15 years for murder in 2019 shooting caught on video
A Fort Worth gunman was sentenced on Tuesday to 15 years in prison in the shooting death of a man in a business parking lot that was captured on video in 2019.
As part of a plea agreement, Damorian Allen, 30, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to murder as a Tarrant County jury was deliberating toward a verdict in the May 21, 2019, killing of 28-year-old Tony Austin.
From the article we know that the animals are of a protected class because they don’t give race or physical description. Even when describing the crime. We know the make and model of the cars, the type of license plates but from the written description the asshole could have been a Amish man getting a ride.
Regardless, our reader’s comment indicates this was bad people shooting at other bad people. None of the people in the two cars that were involved were good people and a number of them ended up in jail, likely not for the first time.
2 thoughts on “Guest Prompt: Col. Cooper’s wisdom as it applies today”
The only problem with the theory, is that these animals are such terrible shots, they tend to hit everyone except other animals.
I only have two problems with this. One is the one Birddog already mentioned, a little more generally; their crap expands to encompass the uninvolved.
The second issue? In the rare-these-days circumstance one of them is brought to trial, convicted and actually does some time, you and I have the privilege of paying for it all.
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