Bothell, WA - guard shoots at 15-year-old boy at FDA office

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  1. ATCclears

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  3. mosinguy1

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    Wow!!!!!!! Not knowing all the details,I am left to wonder about why he shot at a moving vehicle in an area known to have kids around. I will be keeping an eye on this thread.
     
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    Well maybe he was afraid.............you know like the Cops in Southern CA.
     
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    He was probably smoking a joint hiding from school cops
     
  8. mud

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    15 year old kid was driving a car,hit and ran a car, trespassing on fed property , hit a security guard with a car, don't think the car was his(joyride).poor little guy, crazy John Wayne guard just wanted to shoot somebody went to work thinkin if i shoot a 15 criminal today I'll bet it wont reck my whole life.The reason kid keep gettin shot is parents dont raise these kids every year they get worse younger
     
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    Yeah, in the manner in which he was using the vehicle, it was a deadly weapon. He had already shown a willingness to use it as such by striking a security guard with the vehicle. Therefore, it seems reasonable that the other guard believed that himself or others were in immediate danger of death or serious physical injury. The age of the attacker is irrelevant. If the facts are proper as presented in the news story, then the guard reacted in a reasonable manner.
     
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    Hmmm, FDA, Homeland security, anyone seen the new Bourne movie where lab dude goes on a shooting rampage cause he had been programmed somehow???

    Just sayin.
     

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