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3 stories: idiots, dummy, exploding target fatality

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We have a report that a bill reaffirming teachers’ rights to self-defense moving through the Texas legislature is causing panic among “the left-wing ninnies,” who are terrified that a teacher might use deadly force to stop a homicidal student.

Well, what do you think the cops will use when they arrive 22 dead bodies later? What will you think if one of those extra dead bodies used to be your own precious angel?


I know, I know, we already reported this story. But this is the same story about a different dummy in a different state. Tuscaloosa police say 18-year-old Jesse Cook told investigators that he didn’t think the gun would fire when he pointed it at another man and pulled the trigger.


Another exploding target fatality

Four people are facing charges after a mistake with Tannerite (a binary exploding target compound) and a old stove outside a Sequoyah County, OK, home resulted in the death of an 8-year-old boy.

Authorities said Brandon Martin, 22, placed two pounds of Tannerite inside the stove before shooting it with a rifle, causing a massive explosion and sending large pieces of the stove flying through the air, with one neighbor reporting the stove itself flew higher than the treetops.

The door of the stove came off and hit an 8-year-old boy in the head, killing him, while other pieces injured his stepfather. Apparently they are not related to Mr. Martin.

Martin was arrested, along with his parents, Fred and Mary Martin, and Paul Griffin, another man who was at the home during the incident. Brandon is charged with manslaughter, and the others are charged with obstructing an investigation, apparently for lying to the police.

From Tannerite’s instructions:

  • “Place ½ and 1 lb targets down range at least 100 yards before shooting. Place 2 lb targets 200 yards down range before shooting. (2 pound targets are sold to professionals only.)
  • Do not shoot targets larger than 1 pound unless it is required due to extreme long-range competition.
  • Never place these targets inside, on top of, or under any surface that could produce shrapnel or within another object.”

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