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Old September 3, 2001, 10:53 PM   #1
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Campground Owner Shot Dead by FBI

Another victim in the War on Drugs.

Anybody in Indiana hear about this in the media?

It really is time to end the prohibition of Cannibis use by adults. I can't find the justification for it anywhere in the Constitution. And the gubmint uses it to whittle away our Rights.

http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/ap/2001...tandoff_9.html

Sounds like he didn't mind folks burnin' herb at his campground and now he is dead.

I wonder if he really did fire at the aircraft?

Can a person in a aircraft tell that someone on the ground fired a rifle at them? I assume you wouldn't hear it fire. YOuu may see a muzzle flash but wouln't you see a muzzle flash no matter which direction the rifle was aimed?
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Old September 3, 2001, 11:12 PM   #2
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Crosslin ``approached an area where an FBI observer had been stationed, and upon seeing the FBI observer, Crosslin immediately raised the weapon to shoulder height and pointed it directly at the agent,'' Underwood said.
So a property owner saw an armed man on his property that was not invited. When he took a defensive posture, he was killed. :barf:
 
Old September 3, 2001, 11:26 PM   #3
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Old September 4, 2001, 01:14 AM   #4
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He is a victim of the bounty hunter mentality brought on by the siezure and forfeiture laws. Ask Donald Scott of Malibu to what lengths they will go to sieze property. Oh, yeah, I forgot. You can't ask Donald Scott because he is dead at the hands of those who bounty hunt for land under the color of law. I guess Mr. Crosslin will just have to give up his land, too.

You ever notice how people seem to have this propensity to do things that suddenly involve the FIB, DEA, BATF or other agencies who generally end up killing people? In Mr. Crosslin's case, he fired on an aircraft. "CALL IN THE FBI!"

Funny, that.
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