Texan Joe Horn going to Grand Jury

jim t

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at what point did we the honest Texans become the bad guy?? when did it happen??? when we stand up for the nice guy next door we are wrong, and the thief is right???? H E double hocky sticks NOOOOO.:mad:

we are Texans and we stand together or we will fall apart. they had better not charge him. there will be a redneck uprising.
 

JKTex

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This case isn't real clean. By the letter of the law, he's skating on the very edge because he did something stupid.

Maybe he'll come out no-billed but whatever happens, it doesn't help anyone that believes in defending what should be defended.

My hope is that whatever the GJ does, this thing slips off into the dark without any attention. Ya right....
 

Slotback

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Having talked to a Harris County ADA about the case, his personal opinion was that the Grand Jury is going to no bill Mr. Horn.
 

chevydeerhunter

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Having talked to a Harris County ADA about the case, his personal opinion was that the Grand Jury is going to no bill Mr. Horn.
Uh-oh. The Houston area had better gear up for the worst. The race card and all the jokers who use it will show up. Houston will lay out the red carpet for the likes of the Rev. Jackson and Al Sharpton.
 

JKTex

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I dunno about that. Not only did both have a criminal past, both were illegal and back in the US, again, committing crimes, again. The Sharpton and Jackson moron's might just sit this one out.
 

brainiac

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at what point did we the honest Texans become the bad guy?? when did it happen???
It happened when he chased them out into the neighbor's yard and street and shot them (in the back?) when they were trying to get away, if I'm remembering the details correctly. A really stupid move in my opinion.
 

JKTex

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It happened when he chased them out into the neighbor's yard and street and shot them (in the back?) when they were trying to get away, if I'm remembering the details correctly. A really stupid move in my opinion.
...while on the phone with 911 telling them he was "gonna kill'm" while they instructed him not to. Not that a 911 operator has any jurisdiction in dictating action; at least I don't think they have any such duty. If he would have shot the guys as they were breaking in, or trying to get away with the stuff they had, (sooner than he did) THEN called 911 to report what happened, this would have been in the media archives by now.
 

zaraster

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It happened when he chased them out into the neighbor's yard and street and shot them (in the back?) when they were trying to get away, if I'm remembering the details correctly. A really stupid move in my opinion.
If I recall correstly they were or had been in Mr Horns yard at the time of the shooting
 

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