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A day late, and
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Are they shown wearing jewelry that was stolen?

Fucking murderous scumbags!


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Originally posted by Lord Vaalic:

You in Christiana or the Boro


Closer to Bell Buckle.
So about 6 mi. as the crow flies to where thay were cought.



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Originally posted by Warhorse:
Are they shown wearing jewelry that was stolen?

Fucking murderous scumbags!


So they would blend in with the population.







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I hope Georgia has capital punishment.



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Originally posted by cparktd:
Closer to Bell Buckle.
So about 6 mi. as the crow flies to where they were caught.



I bicycle throughout the area and regularly pass by where they were caught. In fact, I went by there a few days earlier. By the sound of it, you must be down off Liberty Pike? Some beautiful country out there.
 
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Originally posted by Sig2340:
I hope Georgia has capital punishment.


We fry them like bacon here.





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too bad they were caught alive

but kudos for the two homeowners for capturing them - nice job



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I cannot reference this, but, this morning the Today Show said that the two escapees lost their guns when the jeep crashed. So when the homeowner captured them, they didn't have guns to fight back.
If this is true, I hope that the man who captured them seriously understood just how dangerous were the two men trying to steel his car. If they had guns, I would expect them to use them. Trying to capture two men who are desperate and armed and willing to kill would be a challenge. I hope that he was willing and capable of handling that challenge.



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OK, now there is a reference with more.
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/s...OME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT



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Posts: 6930 | Location: South Georgia | Registered: May 13, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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http://www.tennessean.com/stor...their-way/403691001/

CHRISTIANA, Tenn. — Pruitt Road residents in this rural Rutherford County town were on guard when fugitives Ricky Dubose and Donnie Rowe came their way on the third day of the manhunt for the accused killers.

Aware of a freeway chase and gunfire on nearby Interstate 24, Patrick Hale said he loaded every gun in his house after neighbors called to say that two fugitives were possibly headed his way.

One minute later, he saw the convicts cross a barbed-wire fence 300 yards away from his back door and come onto his property.

"I prayed like I have never prayed before," said Hale, 35

After calling 911, Hale said he was confronted with the choice of whether to lock his family and himself in a panic room or to flee.

"We got in the car and backed up quick only to find the gentlemen had been running and got much closer to my house," Hale said. "They began to take off their shirts and wave them at us as if to slow us down."

Though his weapon was on him, Hale said he did not have to draw his gun.

"I began to slowly back up as they came closer," he said. "At that point, I realized I had two ex-cons wanted for murder who just shot at law enforcement and nothing to lose. And for some reason, they started to surrender and lay down on their stomachs on my concrete driveway.

"If that doesn't make you believe in Jesus Christ, I don't know what will."

Hale said deputies arrived three minutes later, but before they came, the fugitives rose to their feet to walk a short way for a drink of water. During that time, Hale realized he had a shotgun in a truck with a full tank of gas nearby.

"I was ready to do whatever I could. It was just me and my daughter that day," he said.

During the chaos of the manhunt, a 911 dispatcher described the scene at Hale's house: “They are walking over to our complainant now with their hands up in their air. They’ve taken their shirts off."

Hale said the men, after getting a drink from a water faucet, laid back down on his driveway.
 
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Interesting outcome.
Afraid to surrender directly to the police?




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Christiana is where the Barrett factory and the Barrett gun store sits.
 
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Interesting outcome.
Afraid to surrender directly to the police?


Bet you're right.
 
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Yeah, and this cowardly trash surrendered without so much as a whimper, because their lives are important to them, unlike the lives of the innocent men they murdered in order to get a few days of freedom.

I hope this trash is transferred to maximum security and kept confined 24 hours a day for the rest of their worthless lives.


Hopefully short lives, as the state of GA rids society of them in an expeditious manner.





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As someone that has personally supervised death row inmates that have killed corrections officers, I can state with authority that any inmate that has killed a corrections officer will REALLY not enjoy their stay. They will likely be segregated in max for the rest of their lives, with very angry, and unhelpful corrections officers supervising them. They will likely find themselves on hunger strike several times a year, whether they like it or not.


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"I began to slowly back up as they came closer," he said. "At that point, I realized I had two ex-cons wanted for murder who just shot at law enforcement and nothing to lose. And for some reason, they started to surrender and lay down on their stomachs on my concrete driveway.



They most likely knew that rural TN is "get your ass killed ville".


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Glad to hear this but I'm a little confused by the last paragraph. Wasn't it one man who held them at gunpoint until the police arrived?

PUTNAM COUNTY, Ga. – Putnam County Sheriff now says he's confident the $130,000 reward offered for the capture of two escaped inmates will be paid out.

In a statement released Sunday, Sheriff Howard Sills explained why he initially said the reward would not be dispensed and why his decision had changed.

Ricky Dubose and Donnie Rowe were arrested Thursday evening in the rural community of Christiana, Tennessee, ending a three-day manhunt. The men are accused of killing Sgt. Christopher Monica and Sgt. Curtis Billue and escaping from a prison bus on state Highway 16 in Putnam County.

During a news conference Thursday, Sills said he announced the reward money would not be paid out after receiving incorrect information from Tennessee authorities, claiming the suspects surrendered to law enforcement—who are prohibited from receiving rewards.

However, Sills said he later learned that Rowe and Dubuse had not surrendered to deputies in Tennessee.

We are “investigating and assessing the situation and if there were people who were in fact responsible for providing information which resulted in the arrests of the fugitives, there would be payments made accordingly,” said Sills.

Patrick Hale is the man authorities are crediting with holding the two escapees until authorities arrived.

But authorities have not announced how and to whom the reward money will be dispersed.


http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017...inmates-capture.html
 
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I think its sounding more like they just 'surrendered' to the guy who was driving down his long rural driveway. (they had lost their guns by that point...).

The cops rolled up like two minutes later as they were in hot pursuit having chased them through the wood line.

So at issue is whether the homeowner actually did anything to merit the reward vs. just sort of 'being there'.

The 'held them at gunpoint' angle may be overstating it.

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I think its sounding more like they just 'surrendered' to the guy who was driving down his long rural driveway.



Great! So pay the man the reward money.

Had he not been there, they wouldn't have surrendered to him, and they wouldn't have been there when the police showed up.

I don't believe it should have anything to do with the degree or "merit". The reward was for information leading to their capture. Because of him they were captured. Why do those who offer these rewards always try to weasel out of paying them?


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They "Lost their guns in the wreck".

I wonder if they weren't just out of ammo at this point, after shooting the guards and shooting at the LEO during the pursuit.



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