22 July 2013

Man canoeing on river, fatally shot by property owner... for peeing in the woods

Zimmerman Effect?

We may be going out on a limb here, but it's starting to look as if the ‪‎Zimmerman‬ verdict may have "empowered" many to feel no qualms to shoot to kill at will... then claim self defense as their rationale.

A property owner who became enraged that a man on a float trip stopped to urinate on his property. The property owner told police that he fatally shot a man in the face with his 9mm handgun.

"It's my property and I was going to protect it..."

James Robert Crocker was charged with second-degree murder in the killing Saturday. The incident took place along Missouri's Meramec River. The dead man was identified as Paul Franklin Dart, aged 48.

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