GUN: “Accident” doesn’t describe it

Songwriter Steven Fromholz Dies in Freak Hunting Accident
Monday, 20 Jan 2014 05:08 PM
By Cathy Burke

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Texas singer and songwriter Steven Fromholz – named the state’s poet laureate in 2007 – died in a freak hunting accident on a ranch near his home, reports said Monday.

The Dallas Morning News reported that Fromholz was shot Sunday at the Flying B Ranch and later died at a hospital in El Dorado, about 40 miles south of San Angelo. He was 68.

Chief sheriff’s Deputy George Ariste told the News that Fromholz and a girlfriend were going to hunt feral hogs when the accident occurred. Ariste said the singer grabbed the handle of a case that was holding a rifle. The case was unzipped at the bottom, and the gun hit the ground and discharged.

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Who cases a loaded gun?

Means to me that there was round in barrel?

What about the safeties?

Someone was negligent!

What happened to “treat every gun as if it was loaded”?

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GUN: Criminals guess wrong

Published on Nov 22, 2013

“He couldn’t have picked a worse neighborhood or a worse house.” When career criminal Kevin Wayne Chapman targeted the residence of West Taylor for a home invasion, he chose the wrong house. Ginny’s report includes an exclusive interview with would-be victim West Taylor.

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About 7 minutes of warning.

If the Gooferment can’t protect you, and it can’t, then the individual must be prepared to protect themselves.

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