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A FL Mensa candidate stormed his x-girlfriends house with a shotgun. He was disarmed and forced to leave. He got another shotgun and came back. This time he was killed.

Kenneth David Drown Jr. stormed into his ex-girlfriends Newberry, Florida home on Superbowl Sunday (February 3rd) armed with a shotgun. After a fight with people inside the house, he was disarmed and forced from the home. 911 was called.

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Drown returned to the house armed with another shotgun. ..........................................................................................

The homeowner and the 16-year-old boy opened fire on Drown, striking him multiple times. Drown died on the scene.
http://www.easybakegunclub.com/news/2950/Man-attacks-ex-girlfriend-with-shotgun-twice,-gets.html
 

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im sorry but that is so stupid its funny
 

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I guess he was determined to die! We had a situation here a number of years ago. Dude kicked ex-wife's door open and was shot in the shoulder. Came back about 2 weeks later with his arm still in a sling and kicked the door in again Her aim improved. He is no longer a problem.
 

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I guess he was determined to die! We had a situation here a number of years ago. Dude kicked ex-wife's door open and was shot in the shoulder. Came back about 2 weeks later with his arm still in a sling and kicked the door in again Her aim improved. He is no longer a problem.
We had one years ago involving a straying husband. Every other Friday night he would head out to see his girlfriend. On the way out the door his wife would put a few razor cuts on his back. Between the reports and the stitches he always got a late start. The PD and rescue all chipped in to buy his wife a nickle plated .38. He never strayed again.

I loved working in a small town.
 

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We had one years ago involving a straying husband. Every other Friday night he would head out to see his girlfriend. On the way out the door his wife would put a few razor cuts on his back. Between the reports and the stitches he always got a late start. The PD and rescue all chipped in to buy his wife a nickle plated .38. He never strayed again.

I loved working in a small town.
Seriously? I'd let him go see that girlfriend of his and while he was out I would have a locksmith come and change the locks on all the doors. He wants her? He can live with her. No revolving door at my house and I don't like to share my men.
If he'll only stay because he's afraid you'll shoot him, is he really worth keeping? When my husband moved out (it didn't involve another woman) I told him to really think about it because he was only going to disrupt my life and the kids life once. He wanted to move out for 6 months then come back. He didn't like the responsibility of a family. What's to keep him from doing that every couple years? He regrets moving out. *shrugs* Either we're in this together or we're not. I can hear y'all mumbling "what a *****. Now we know why she's still single" :cool:
 

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This Mensa candidate wasn't smart enough to realize that the people that DISARMED him were now ARMED with HIS shotgun?!?

I am a Mensa candidate as well, now I am no longer intimidated to take the test if this nut bar was a candidate as well.
 
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