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    So if he kills the child and you had a chance to take him out before he did you would not regret it.Not starting a storm I am asking a simple question.I did not understand your post maybe

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    Given the choice, and it's not a good one to make, I'd rather he hurt the child than me trying to save him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajcorleone View Post
    So if he kills the child and you had a chance to take him out before he did you would not regret it.Not starting a storm I am asking a simple question.I did not understand your post maybe
    I'm saying I'd rather he hurt the child than I hurt the child.
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    Understandable I myself would have to take that chance in hopes of saving him.But you have a great point nobody wants to be responsible for hurting a child.


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    I'm saying I'd rather he hurt the child than I hurt the child.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajcorleone View Post
    Understandable I myself would have to take that chance in hopes of saving him.But you have a great point nobody wants to be responsible for hurting a child.
    It's a lose-lose proposition to begin with, really.
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    If it is lose /lose I would take the chance and try and take this guy out.


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    I don't thin you understood me.
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    Iwould rather see the child be hurt trying to save the child,then letting a nut job hurt the child.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shrewsbury View Post
    Iwould rather see the child be hurt trying to save the child,then letting a nut job hurt the child.
    Question. Do you think he just woke up and said, "I'm going to take a child hostage today," or do you think there's something else to it.
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    wickabee, good question. I think he did wake up one day and did it, I don't think there was much thinking involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shrewsbury View Post
    wickabee, good question. I think he did wake up one day and did it, I don't think there was much thinking involved.
    So you don't think he has any underlying issues then.
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