Tulsa, Oklahoma...planting bad guys with bullets 1 every 10 days so far in 2015...

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Eventually, at a rate of killing one bad guy every 10 days, even the dumbest criminals are going to get wise to the fact that attacking armed victims is really, really stupid......

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We’re only 50 days into 2015, but those 50 days have been wild ones in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a bad one for criminals.

Tusla’s residents have already put five bad guys in the ground in shootings that have been ruled justifiable self-defense.

It’s not a trend that anyone expects to continue. There were only eight legal homicides in Tulsa in all of 2014, and only two of those incidents involving average citizens. The other six justifiable homicides in Tulsa in 2014 involved police officers.

Tusla Police Sgt. Dave Walker notes that it’s been an unusual year so far.

Of the 11 homicide victims so far this year, five have been killed by civilians or security guards in shootings Tulsa police have deemed self-defense. For comparison’s sake, only eight such homicides occurred in all of 2014, and six of those involved Tulsa police officers. Tulsa police have not been involved in a shooting yet this year.

“It’s been an odd year,” Walker said. “I’m sure it will even out over the next 12 months, but, yeah, … it’s been odd.”
 

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The best thing I've ever heard about Tulsa. Now if they could get rid of their tornado magnet.
 
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The best thing I've ever heard about Tulsa. Now if they could get rid of their tornado magnet.

What would all those storm chasers and Weatherchannel people do with themselves......?
 

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Eventually, at a rate of killing one bad guy every 10 days, even the dumbest criminals are going to get wise to the fact that attacking armed victims is really, really stupid......

Bearing ArmsTulsa Residents Are Lawfully Killing Bad Guys At A Rate Of 1 Every 10 Days - Bearing Arms


We’re only 50 days into 2015, but those 50 days have been wild ones in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a bad one for criminals.

Tusla’s residents have already put five bad guys in the ground in shootings that have been ruled justifiable self-defense.

It’s not a trend that anyone expects to continue. There were only eight legal homicides in Tulsa in all of 2014, and only two of those incidents involving average citizens. The other six justifiable homicides in Tulsa in 2014 involved police officers.

Tusla Police Sgt. Dave Walker notes that it’s been an unusual year so far.

Of the 11 homicide victims so far this year, five have been killed by civilians or security guards in shootings Tulsa police have deemed self-defense. For comparison’s sake, only eight such homicides occurred in all of 2014, and six of those involved Tulsa police officers. Tulsa police have not been involved in a shooting yet this year.

“It’s been an odd year,” Walker said. “I’m sure it will even out over the next 12 months, but, yeah, … it’s been odd.”
Seems quite contradictory to your claims criminals are almost never shot and killed. Noted.
 
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Eventually, at a rate of killing one bad guy every 10 days, even the dumbest criminals are going to get wise to the fact that attacking armed victims is really, really stupid......

Bearing ArmsTulsa Residents Are Lawfully Killing Bad Guys At A Rate Of 1 Every 10 Days - Bearing Arms


We’re only 50 days into 2015, but those 50 days have been wild ones in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a bad one for criminals.

Tusla’s residents have already put five bad guys in the ground in shootings that have been ruled justifiable self-defense.

It’s not a trend that anyone expects to continue. There were only eight legal homicides in Tulsa in all of 2014, and only two of those incidents involving average citizens. The other six justifiable homicides in Tulsa in 2014 involved police officers.

Tusla Police Sgt. Dave Walker notes that it’s been an unusual year so far.

Of the 11 homicide victims so far this year, five have been killed by civilians or security guards in shootings Tulsa police have deemed self-defense. For comparison’s sake, only eight such homicides occurred in all of 2014, and six of those involved Tulsa police officers. Tulsa police have not been involved in a shooting yet this year.

“It’s been an odd year,” Walker said. “I’m sure it will even out over the next 12 months, but, yeah, … it’s been odd.”
Seems quite contradictory to your claims criminals are almost never shot and killed. Noted.

No...I said it is the lowest chance in an outcome of an armed citizen being attacked.....I never said it almost never happened...in fact that is what you keep saying......and they did mention in the article that this is an unusual number of dead criminals.....and they don't expect it to continue at this pace...but...they should put the word out...that will help as well...
 

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Eventually, at a rate of killing one bad guy every 10 days, even the dumbest criminals are going to get wise to the fact that attacking armed victims is really, really stupid......

Bearing ArmsTulsa Residents Are Lawfully Killing Bad Guys At A Rate Of 1 Every 10 Days - Bearing Arms


We’re only 50 days into 2015, but those 50 days have been wild ones in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a bad one for criminals.

Tusla’s residents have already put five bad guys in the ground in shootings that have been ruled justifiable self-defense.

It’s not a trend that anyone expects to continue. There were only eight legal homicides in Tulsa in all of 2014, and only two of those incidents involving average citizens. The other six justifiable homicides in Tulsa in 2014 involved police officers.

Tusla Police Sgt. Dave Walker notes that it’s been an unusual year so far.

Of the 11 homicide victims so far this year, five have been killed by civilians or security guards in shootings Tulsa police have deemed self-defense. For comparison’s sake, only eight such homicides occurred in all of 2014, and six of those involved Tulsa police officers. Tulsa police have not been involved in a shooting yet this year.

“It’s been an odd year,” Walker said. “I’m sure it will even out over the next 12 months, but, yeah, … it’s been odd.”
Seems quite contradictory to your claims criminals are almost never shot and killed. Noted.

No...I said it is the lowest chance in an outcome of an armed citizen being attacked.....I never said it almost never happened...in fact that is what you keep saying......and they did mention in the article that this is an unusual number of dead criminals.....and they don't expect it to continue at this pace...but...they should put the word out...that will help as well...
You seem to change your story based on what false claim you are trying to defend.
 
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Eventually, at a rate of killing one bad guy every 10 days, even the dumbest criminals are going to get wise to the fact that attacking armed victims is really, really stupid......

Bearing ArmsTulsa Residents Are Lawfully Killing Bad Guys At A Rate Of 1 Every 10 Days - Bearing Arms


We’re only 50 days into 2015, but those 50 days have been wild ones in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a bad one for criminals.

Tusla’s residents have already put five bad guys in the ground in shootings that have been ruled justifiable self-defense.

It’s not a trend that anyone expects to continue. There were only eight legal homicides in Tulsa in all of 2014, and only two of those incidents involving average citizens. The other six justifiable homicides in Tulsa in 2014 involved police officers.

Tusla Police Sgt. Dave Walker notes that it’s been an unusual year so far.

Of the 11 homicide victims so far this year, five have been killed by civilians or security guards in shootings Tulsa police have deemed self-defense. For comparison’s sake, only eight such homicides occurred in all of 2014, and six of those involved Tulsa police officers. Tulsa police have not been involved in a shooting yet this year.

“It’s been an odd year,” Walker said. “I’m sure it will even out over the next 12 months, but, yeah, … it’s been odd.”
Seems quite contradictory to your claims criminals are almost never shot and killed. Noted.

No...I said it is the lowest chance in an outcome of an armed citizen being attacked.....I never said it almost never happened...in fact that is what you keep saying......and they did mention in the article that this is an unusual number of dead criminals.....and they don't expect it to continue at this pace...but...they should put the word out...that will help as well...
You seem to change your story based on what false claim you are trying to defend.

Hardly........I have always said the most common occurrence in an attack where the victim has a gun is the criminal runs away, next, they are held for police, next they are shot and injured and then held for police, and finally, they are shot and killed by the victim.....

1) because innocent, law abiding citizens don't go around wanting to shoot other people....

2) most criminals don't want to be shot.......
 

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Eventually, at a rate of killing one bad guy every 10 days, even the dumbest criminals are going to get wise to the fact that attacking armed victims is really, really stupid......

Bearing ArmsTulsa Residents Are Lawfully Killing Bad Guys At A Rate Of 1 Every 10 Days - Bearing Arms


We’re only 50 days into 2015, but those 50 days have been wild ones in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a bad one for criminals.

Tusla’s residents have already put five bad guys in the ground in shootings that have been ruled justifiable self-defense.

It’s not a trend that anyone expects to continue. There were only eight legal homicides in Tulsa in all of 2014, and only two of those incidents involving average citizens. The other six justifiable homicides in Tulsa in 2014 involved police officers.

Tusla Police Sgt. Dave Walker notes that it’s been an unusual year so far.

Of the 11 homicide victims so far this year, five have been killed by civilians or security guards in shootings Tulsa police have deemed self-defense. For comparison’s sake, only eight such homicides occurred in all of 2014, and six of those involved Tulsa police officers. Tulsa police have not been involved in a shooting yet this year.

“It’s been an odd year,” Walker said. “I’m sure it will even out over the next 12 months, but, yeah, … it’s been odd.”
Seems quite contradictory to your claims criminals are almost never shot and killed. Noted.

No...I said it is the lowest chance in an outcome of an armed citizen being attacked.....I never said it almost never happened...in fact that is what you keep saying......and they did mention in the article that this is an unusual number of dead criminals.....and they don't expect it to continue at this pace...but...they should put the word out...that will help as well...
You seem to change your story based on what false claim you are trying to defend.

Hardly........I have always said the most common occurrence in an attack where the victim has a gun is the criminal runs away, next, they are held for police, next they are shot and injured and then held for police, and finally, they are shot and killed by the victim.....

1) because innocent, law abiding citizens don't go around wanting to shoot other people....

2) most criminals don't want to be shot.......
So you agree that claiming millions of defenses is ridiculous when only 230 or so criminals are shot and killed each year?
 

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