Clark Rifles - Follow Up

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  1. BlindedByScience

    BlindedByScience
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    KATU is now reporting;

    VANCOUVER, Wash. – The Clark County Sheriff’s Office said Monday that it could not find any evidence that a stray bullet from a rifle range hit and wounded a Brush Prairie woman.

    Linda Sperling, 65, said she was shot in the head while gardening on her five-acre property two weeks ago. Her property is adjacent to Clark Rifles, a shooting club that has two rifle ranges and a handgun range.

    Sperling was treated and released from PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.

    After conducting an investigation that included interviewing Sperling and management at the rifle range, the sheriff’s office said it will not be pursuing criminal charges in this case.
    http://www.katu.com/news/local/Clar...-head-injury-to-shooting-range-291342121.html

    I'm not surprised.......the whole thing just stinks.
     
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  2. PDXbiker

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    Shocked..............I'm absolutely shocked!!!!!!!!! :)
     
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  3. Caveman Jim

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    That pic of her noggin was all that should have been needed to make the case. But great that they covered all the bases.
     
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  4. Medic!

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    Fishy. Very fishy!

    Not you Caveman Jim. Your fishy to. But in a different way.:D
     
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