HUnting Massacre Trial Begins

Discussion in 'Welcome Mat and Lounge' started by Ithaca37, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. Borrowing from the notice posted on the Black Bear Blog http://www.mainehuntingtoday.com/magazine/Blog, the Vang trial began yesterday. I was just wanted to point out the fact that that region has had problem with Asian hunters trespassing on private land. Apparantly they do not recognize private land owner rights, MR. Vang should fry for what he did.
     
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    I concur. It appears from the evidence that has been presented through the press, etc. that this guy is a loose cannon and totally lost it.
    The defense is trying to present a case that shows he acted out of self defense and he felt so threatened by the other hunters, he had no choice to shoot them of "be killed" himself.
    I can imagine that if I ever felt threatened, I would end up shooting my threatener in the back.
    I would imagine due to the past history as you say of the Hmong groups and others not respecting landowners rights and the property of others, that the hunters had a few choice words for this guy when they found him in their tree stand.
    Maybe, perhaps, they did fire a warning shot to scare him and maybe, just maybe he felt threatened enough to fire back but this relentless onslaught of murder transpired over several minutes of which time Vang had ample opportunity to get out of there. Afterall, he admits that he was on the ground and walking away when they supposedly shot at him.
     

  3. According to one of the eyewitnesses, he was out of the stand, and after they told him to leave, he turnes around and removed the scope from his SKS and then spun around aqnd began shooting, last I heard he was also a "person of interest" in another hunting mishap, not sure what became of that. If found guilty, he should be taken out and shot, none of this waiting 10 years on death row. Murderers, rapists, etc. have all blown their chance and should recieve summary executons upon conviction. :D
     
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  5. That was quick. His friends are already yelling bias, stating that the jury was racist because it was al whites. Do you think I could get an all white jury if I had a trial in China or Singapore? The bastard should be shot immediately.
     
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    It took the jury 3 hours to make the decision. In all honesty I don't know why it took that long. It must have been the paper work and the lunch break.
     
  7. Yeah, from what I heard on the news, it sounded pretty clear.
     
  8. He shuold be hung from the stand they found him in. :evil:
     
  9. I second that. If he had been smart, e would have contacted the police immediately and claimed that he was shot at first, and he was afraid that the others were a threat to his safety. This would be more than reasonable, your alone in the woods, another group of hunters fires at you, you return fire, and suddenly three or four of their buddys pull up on ATVs, I would waste them too. But criminals are always stupid. And since that is not what happened it is probably a good thing he made it as easy as possible for the trial.