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Old March 8th, 2018, 12:44 PM #11
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You forgot the main ingredient.

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Old March 8th, 2018, 12:58 PM #12
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Really?
May as well blame the knife or the gun.
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Old March 8th, 2018, 01:20 PM #13
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Really?
May as well blame the knife or the gun.
Guns and knives are inanimate objects. Lawyers on the other hand are humans who sometimes contribute to the problem rather than help.

My niece went through a horrendous divorce. Her lawyer took it personally and kept urging her to file trumped up domestic violence charges against the husband. Today, 5 years later, my niece and her ex are friends again and he sees the kids regularly.
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Old March 8th, 2018, 02:12 PM #14
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Guns and knives are inanimate objects. Lawyers on the other hand are humans who sometimes contribute to the problem rather than help.

My niece went through a horrendous divorce. Her lawyer took it personally and kept urging her to file trumped up domestic violence charges against the husband. Today, 5 years later, my niece and her ex are friends again and he sees the kids regularly.
I get that but the guy was 50 years old; heís responsible for his own actions. Thereís nothing anyone can do to me to make me decide to kill someone without my own will deciding itís the right thing to do. The FBI guy is himself solely responsible for plunging a knife into his wife and killing her. Regardless of an unrighteous judge or a conniving attorney, heís the one who chose the death sentence.
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I get that but the guy was 50 years old; heís responsible for his own actions. Thereís nothing anyone can do to me to make me decide to kill someone without my own will deciding itís the right thing to do. The FBI guy is himself solely responsible for plunging a knife into his wife and killing her. Regardless of an unrighteous judge or a conniving attorney, heís the one who chose the death sentence.


THIS. Nobody else's fault.


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I wish the father had started with himself.
Not many people will get the Richard Cory reference
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Read about this today - pretty bad deal but after a year (since the filing for divorce), maybe he should have come to grips with it being over.
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Divorce courts and judges cause this kind of thing.

Idk, I think yes, the process needs a come to jesus meeting on how to treat people but the truth is this guy choose to murder someone. I sure hate it for his eternal soul but he alone made his choices. Anyway, it's sad.
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Damn Rain Man when it comes to these things. Amazing LOL
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http://www.capitalgazette.com/news/f...308-story.html

Looks like a FBI agent killed his wife then himself. They were going through a divorce.

While crime is nearby, we donít really see much violent crime in Crownsville.
In my opinion, he should have done the suicide first. Just sayin'
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