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  • ricky_insantorum ricky_insantorum Apr 24, 2012 10:12 PM Flag

    Hilarious Deel On Guns!

    The comedians haven't had it so good since Anthony Wiener!

    ROANOKE, Va. (AP) - A Roanoke, Va., man and his wife were recovering after he accidentally shot himself and her during a firearms safety class.
    The Bedford County Sheriff's Office tells media outlets that Michael L. Deel shot himself in the hand with a .45-caliber handgun. The bullet also struck his wife, Michelle, in the leg as she was sitting beside him.
    The incident occurred Saturday during a firearms safety class at a residence. The instructor, Thomas Starke, told police he'd left the room and then heard a shot.
    The Deels were taken to a local hospital where they were treated for non-life threatening injuries.
    Michael Deel says the shooting was a "stupid accident."

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    • "Two Camp Lejeune Marines returned home early Sunday morning to find two men in their house. The intruders didn't make it out of the house alive. 33-year-old, Maurice Skinner and 33-year-old, Diego Everette were identified by police as the men killed in the burglary attempt. Both men are from Jacksonville. Skinner and Everette were pronounced dead at the scene, but according to Jacksonville Police Chief, Mike Yaniero it is unlikely that anyone will be charged in the shooting. "The investigation is ongoing, however at this time there is no evidence to suggest that criminal charges be filed. Police say the intruders attacked the residents and gunfire was exchanged"
      So, it goes....

 
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