Sunday, February 03, 2013

The Assrocket's Red Glare

A little over a month ago, Assrocket Hinderaker told us, "No one tries to shoot up a biker bar."

Assrocket has once again been proven wrong:

A former Navy SEAL known for claiming a record number of sniper killings in Iraq was killed Saturday at a gun range. And the man charged in his death was a fellow veteran, a military official says.
Chris Kyle, 38, was author of the best-selling "American Sniper: The autobiography of the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history." He and 35-year-old Chad Littlefield, also a veteran, were gunned down Saturday afternoon in Glen Rose, Texas, southwest of Fort Worth, the Texas Department of Public Safety said.
Police arrested suspect Eddie Ray Routh, 25, and served him with two felony warrants for capital murder.
At the range, investigators found 25 to 30 weapons, including handguns, long guns and AK-47s, Bryant said. Authorities do not yet know which weapon or weapons were used to kill.
Kyle leaves a wife and children.

(No link to the Ass.)


fry1laurie said...

But it wasn't a biker bar. It was a shooting range. Your argument is worthless (snark).

Anonymous said...

They should have gone bowling.