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Accidentally, negligently? Same diff

Officer accidentally fires his gun at a school:

They want to know exactly what happened, how it can be avoided in the future . . .

Stop touching it.

3 Responses to “Accidentally, negligently? Same diff”

  1. hazmat Says:

    I’m going to hazard a guess that someone pulled the f*****get trigger. I may be wrong, does anyone know the whereabouts of one Harold Potter? He may know something.

  2. JTC Says:

    “Accidentally, negligently? Same diff”

    I concur, and that’s from someone with three, all accidental and all absolutely negligent. Yes, it’s a tiny fractional percentile of the tens of thousands of touches that 30 years behind a pawn & gun counter require, but it still chills me to the bone to remember them.

    However, in an exchange with everyone’s fave female gunnie several years ago, she claims an AD positively, and confirmed the mechanical malf responsible with a full strip/inspection of the piece; a pump shottie IIRC.

    So we agreed that a third descriptive term was in order, to be added to AD and ND; UD. For while nearly all Accidental Discharges are probably Negligent Discharges, all of both are definitely Unintentional Discharges. And all could be your final unintentional act.

  3. Mike Says:

    This will end up in a Bloomberg list of “school shootings” to inflate numbers and scare the Chicken Littles of America.

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