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    this is just Fu·%d up!



    according to what I heard on the news... no one is dead.

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    Wow
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    I saw that posted somewhere else and was trying to avoid watching it (a little sqeamish) but it came on the TV news yesterday. Hard to believe nobody was killed.

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    Saw this in two elsewheres. In one, led to discussion of these sorts of rides with no licenses for a public gathering causing more ill-will than good-will.

    Sociopaths on lonely roads (no witnesses), but this is brazenly public. Cameras and people Potential serial killer?

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    this has to be the most ****ed up thing i have even seen. I would take pleasure in beating that driver to death with my fists.
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    Word is that they did finally find the guy - he checked himself into a Psychiatric hospital - I think for planning an insanity defense... but here's the article I got it from:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/03/wo...er=rss&emc=rss

    There are plenty of other links too - just Know that he is found
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    I thought at first that this was an isolated case. Apparently Critical Mass rides invite these kinds of situations.
    I too may have a moment of hysteria if a hundred strangers surround me, taunt me, and refuse to let me go my way. Not that I agree with Neis's actions, but for a mentally unstable individual inside a car this can trigger a fight or flight reaction. As what may have happened.

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    Been following this elsewhere, also; last I heard, the driver was pleading self-defense, claiming a verbal altercation with some tail-enders made him so scared for his 15-y-o that he felt the need to do what he did.

    Then he abandoned the car, took the plates, and surrendered through a lawyer.

    I say a third eye, middle of the forehead, about .30-06 size.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by discombobulated_conundrum
    I thought at first that this was an isolated case. Apparently Critical Mass rides invite these kinds of situations.
    I too may have a moment of hysteria if a hundred strangers surround me, taunt me, and refuse to let me go my way. Not that I agree with Neis's actions, but for a mentally unstable individual inside a car this can trigger a fight or flight reaction. As what may have happened.
    umm, if mentally unstable, he should not be driving a 2Klb wrecking-ball

    Fight or flight?? gimme a break...
    take a left or right then
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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