VIDEO: "Former missionary" shoots, kills immigrant who gets directed to wrong house by GPS


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A 69-year-old war veteran in Gwinnett County, Georgia was arrested and charged with murder after allegedly shooting a 22-year-old Cuban immigrant to death. The group of friends was going ice skating and trying to pick up another friend, but entered the shooter's driveway by mistake.

Their GPS screwed up the directions and they ended up at the wrong address.

The shooter, who reportedly used a .22 caliber pistol, was a former missionary.

The "former missionary" never made any effort to ask questions or speak to the people in the car, he simply started shooting, according to one of the passengers.

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The group, which included a 15 and an 18 year old, said that Sailors held them at gunpoint until police arrived.

Second Amendment remedies strike again.

  • OMG, he killed a Cuban....that is really going to make the GOP mad as hell....if it had been a Mexican, they'd be celebrating his death.

  • What is the name of this missionary piece of sh--, f--- him. 

  • auntialias

    Someone's lost my Lord, Kumbayah
        O Lord Kumbayah
    Someone's packing my Lord, Kumbayah
        O Lord Kumbayah
    Someone's shooting my Lord, Kumbayah
        O Lord Kumbayah
    Someone's dying my Lord, Kumbayah
        O Lord Kumbayah

    “whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.”

  • That story was random and unanticipated.  There was one MUCH WORSE situation at the former home of Christian Brando...I won't get into that here.  The henchmen there were really something, but they were known biker gang members.  The other idiot, well, he was Mr. Middle Uhmerika.  Wonder why I didn't stay in that line of work?  I enjoyed it...sometimes o.O

  • Jeez!

  • Guns don't kill people. GPSs kill people.

  • I wondered if that would happen here some years ago when, as part of my job, I had to go inspect peoples' homes for their insurance companies - mostly unannounced.  I was once met by a man with a loaded gun.  Thankfully, he decided not to shoot me right away, but after calling his insurance company to verify, and me providing him with a copy of his authorization for said inspection, he instead accompanied me across his property, with his gun in hand the whole time...because, you know, I'm so freaking scary.  Oh, and he was in his mid-30's, @ 6'6" tall and weighed easily 275#.  A couple years later there was a big story as to how he landed himself in federal prison....for a couple dozen reasons.
    Yes.  These people are out there.  *shudders*