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post #1 of 34 Old 05-28-2003, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Bike Thief Killed in Myrtle Beach

A couple of guys got caught loading bikes in van behind a hotel and tried to run over one of the owners, who ended up shooting the driver in the head. *

I guess they'll think twice about ripping off a bike again...

edit: The best part...no charges were filed against the guy who shot him!

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Re: Bike Thief Killed in Myrtle Beach

I read a thread about that on another board (STN). I think it would've been better had the thieves been beaten within an inch of their lives, but that's just my opinion

Hmm, maybe they'll find my old bike if they follow the trail Nah, I'm never that lucky...
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Cop that!!!

Do unto others, before some prick does it to you!

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I just love happy endings...
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sooner or later, what comes around goes around, don't know if it's bad carma or what but it'll catch up to you.....

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That's awesome, thieves are one of the few lowlifes I don't find pity for at all, they all need to die.
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Re: Bike Thief Killed in Myrtle Beach

oh my god that kicks so much ass! ! Rack one up for the home team!

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Good to hear justice does prevail at times!

Good riddance scumbag.



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Re: Bike Thief Killed in Myrtle Beach

Good for him!! One less criminal to support with our tax money.
Worst part of it is that some worthless piece of sh!t trial lawyer (the scum of the earth) will talk the thief's family into suing the bike owner.



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You can count on it. After hearing that slimy turd on FoxNews the other night who's representing the families of Mexicans who died while trying to illegally cross the border say, 'The US knows these people are crossing in dangerous conditions, yet they have done not even the bare minimum to protect their lives', nothing will surprise me.
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ER : Quote (BDA116 @ May 29 2003, 11:11am)Worst part of it is that some worthless piece of sh!t trial lawyer (the scum of the earth) will talk the thief's family into suing the bike owner.
You can count on it. *After hearing that slimy turd on FoxNews the other night who's representing the families of Mexicans who died while trying to illegally cross the border say, 'The US knows these people are crossing in dangerous conditions, yet they have done not even the bare minimum to protect their lives', nothing will surprise me.
Ohh, you must be referring to Detroit's legal celebrity Geoffrey Feiger! The guy is the biggest media-grabbing, scum sucker there is. Funny thing is, most people think he's highly successful but he actually has a very poor success rate with his cases. He just gets paid huge fees and unbelievable retainers because of his notoriety. Go figure...

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Don't get me started!
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Re: Bike Thief Killed in Myrtle Beach

Why is it that laywers are always willing to jump in and help out the BAD guys, that is just how screwed up this country can be, I think that if more good guys had guns, there would be alot less bad guys. just my $.02
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