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Certainly he was turning his life around. I’m sure his broken family will be along shortly to say so. Now he can go try to break into those pearly gates and see how that works for him.
 
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Well, she shot him several times, so... Razz


He could not fall fast enough to avoid the excess rounds. Razz


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Robert Young III


Two thoughts.
1. I wonder what Robert Young I and Robert Young II were like?
2. Is there a Robert Young IV preparing to follow in poppa’s footsteps?


"Father Knows Best"

...or maybe not.
 
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Where's Marcus Welby when you need him?


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If this were more common, burglars would be less common.

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Where's Marcus Welby when you need him?


Definitely not in the same house with Raylan Givens.


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The .40 is not dead. But Robert III is.
 
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One neighbor said, “(I was) a bit surprised, a bit shocked, but you know, it’s a very quiet neighborhood around here, Well, it is Miami, so it can happen, but not in this neighborhood. This tends to happen in other neighborhoods. But this area has scared me always a bit because we’re so close to U.S. 1, so it’s a quick getaway.”


Never understood why people think things like this can't happen in their neighborhood. People in the "safe" neighborhoods end up not locking their doors, leave their garage doors open, are less aware of their surroundings, etc.

If I'm a criminal, I'm thinking to target those areas because people let their guard down there. They don't think it can happen there. That and the fact that people there probably have more valuable things to steal than people who live in the hood.


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I'm no coroner but I'm guessing he was shot by every bullet that hit him




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This is a real sad lose. Think of how many taxpayers dollars is going to waste looking into this matter, and having from all accounts a great officer sitting from her job. Let her go back to doing what she does best.


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Wonder if Bob Died! Young III needs a new middle name.
 
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Robert Young III


Two thoughts.
1. I wonder what Robert Young I and Robert Young II were like?
2. Is there a Robert Young IV preparing to follow in poppa’s footsteps?
Following normal rules of naming, successive Roman numerals don't necessarily imply father-son relationships. A son with the same name as his father is usually designated "Jr." and the father "Sr."; a "II" is someone not in the direct line with the same name (a nephew, perhaps), and a "III" is just the third person with that name, no matter how related. I think "I" is only used if the first person with the name did not have a son with the same name. Although not obvious, it is possible to have both a "Jr." and a "II" if the "II" is born before the "Jr." is.

Of course, not everyone uses the normal rules for naming.

On point, one does wonder if there are other men in the family with similar ideas.

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Knowing the prediliction that certain elements of the population have for unusual names, it would not surprise me overly to discover that 'III' may well appear on his birth certificate.

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The .40 is not dead. But Robert III is.


Looks like he is just around the Coroner.



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I hope he saw who shot him and was conscious long enough to realize what happened.
 
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Hopefully the mag was emptied into the killified perpetrator. If their issue ammo is Federal HST, that .40 S&W had to hurt like a muthuh! Happy ending.....


I can hear the family now complain of injustice, that multiple shots were not necessary.


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Originally posted by darthfuster:...Hit him in the right knee! Hit him in the Left knee! Hit him in the weenee, weenee, we need a touchdown!


I think I remember a high school football cheer, something like Ra ra ree, hit him in the knee. Ra ra rass, hit him in the other knee. Smile




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Originally posted by darthfuster:...Hit him in the right knee! Hit him in the Left knee! Hit him in the weenee, weenee, we need a touchdown!


I think I remember a high school football cheer, something like Ra ra ree, hit him in the knee. Ra ra rass, hit him in the other knee. Smile


lol I remember that one too. Big Grin



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"A police spokesman says there's no immediate indication that Young targeted Otero. Young has a lengthy criminal history, including a 2013 grand theft conviction."
 
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"A police spokesman says there's no immediate indication that Young targeted Otero.


That's as maybe, but she sure as hell targetted HIM.

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