How is this going to work? Now everyone is going to expect the homeless to give them money… Hey you bum! Where’s my fucking 50 dollars?
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"It is the opinion of this office that Zachary Peters acted justifiably ... when he used deadly force to defend his home," said Wagoner County Assistant District Attorney Jack Thorp. "It was clear he operated completely within the law when he used deadly force," Thorp later told The Associated Press.”
“Wagoner County Sheriff Chris Elliott said he supports the decision not to charge Peters. "We support the right of our citizens, the right to bear arms and to defend their homes," Elliott said. "In this such case, we feel strongly that's what took place here."
© The Associated Press FILE - This file photo provided by the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office shows Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez, of Oolagah, Okla. An Oklahoma prosecutor said Monday, April 3, 2017, that no charges will be filed against a man…
Bodies discovered in home on the 4100 block of Bald Eagle Court
Randallstown is deep Dindustan, an upscale enclave that was the first casualty of its own brilliant mass transit line back into the city that the hipster residents escaped from.
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