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same self defence shooting story two news outlets lets compair

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Old 06-24-2013, 12:37 AM   #1
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Default same self defence shooting story two news outlets lets compair

the same storie two news outlets lets compare

yahoo sports news Greedy shoe companies making select sneakers needlessly exclusive paired together with consumer exuberance, desperation, and American gun culture on Saturday long enough to cost one would-be alleged robber his life. Shoppers waiting in line to purchase the latest incarnation of LeBron Jamesí signature shoe outside Atlanta were being harassed by a reported pickpocket until one patron decided to pull a gun out and shoot the as-yet unidentified man in what is being considered a move motivated by self-defense.

fox news Police say an armed man trying to rob customers outside an Atlanta shoe store was fatally shot by one of the patrons waiting in line to buy sneakers.

WSB-TV reports the shooting happened Saturday morning in the city's Little Five Points neighborhood, where people lined up outside Wish Clothing to buy new $180 sneakers endorsed by Miami Heat star LeBron James.

Witnesses told police a man armed with a gun tried to rob people standing outside the store. But one of the customers drew his own handgun and shot the robber. Police say the suspect ran just a few yards before he fell dead.

Atlanta police officer John Chafee says the shooter won't be charged because investigators determined he fired in self-defense

what a difference the reporting makes.... funney how yahoo dosent even menschen the robber was even armed one would think he was just shot for being a pick pocket. as if that was a problem
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Old 06-24-2013, 12:56 AM   #2
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I would have expected no less, the agenda goes on...
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It's only news, why report the facts? The criminals are the victims these days.
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Why be accurate, when you can sell more dog food,

soap, and hard-on pills, by being sensational?
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