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FRONT PAGE  |  9/22/2017
WEDNESDAY, APR 10, 2013  |  14 comments
14 injured in knife attack on Lone Star College campus, suspect arrested

Over 12 people were stabbed Tuesday on the campus of Lone Star Community College campus in Cypress, Texas, after a male suspect reportedly used a small knife, ran from building to building and randomly attacked individuals along the way.

Harris Country Sheriff Adrian Garcia said in a press conference Tuesday afternoon that the suspect, described as a young white male, has been taken into custody.

Garcia said officers responded to the campus after receiving a call about a male "on the loose" stabbing people. He said it was not immediately clear what type of weapon was used. ...


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Rufus_1611 | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus_1611
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ah, you think I'm for the elimination of guns, because what I said, Five myths about gun control. I suggest you read that. Yes, there are bans in many places on knives, because there is no National Knife Assn. to bribe law-makers on the use of them, or for that matter no pro-organization to allow fertilizer to be used as explosives. There are some moderate bans on that I believe, of course Congress spreads so much fertilizer around, one can't be certain about anything.
Rufus, you're better informed on Texas gun control laws than I am. They are probably ignored by many Texans anyway, so why didn't they shoot this fellow down in his tracks, if every Texan thinks he's a James Wesley Hardin? ...
I suspect you mean the murderer John Wesley Hardin? It is strange how some folks have an inability to distinguish between the lawful use of a firearm and the unlawful use of one. Equating Texans who would want to use a firearm for self-defense or in the defense of all these victims to a mass murderer lacks reason.
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News Item4/12/13 2:46 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, you think I'm for the elimination of guns, because what I said, Five myths about gun control. I suggest you read that. Yes, there are bans in many places on knives, because there is no National Knife Assn. to bribe law-makers on the use of them, or for that matter no pro-organization to allow fertilizer to be used as explosives. There are some moderate bans on that I believe, of course Congress spreads so much fertilizer around, one can't be certain about anything.

Rufus, you're better informed on Texas gun control laws than I am. They are probably ignored by many Texans anyway, so why didn't they shoot this fellow down in his tracks, if every Texan thinks he's a James Wesley Hardin? In any event, the people who stopped this fellow not only stopped him without the use of firearms, but even took him alive. Guns are overkill, unless you're hunting game or to protect your home, and then your children can shoot each other or you--which more often happens to be the case.

GOP is going to be hard against a good registration program, q.v., Rick Warren's Son

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News Item4/12/13 2:28 PM
Rufus_1611 | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus_1611
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I will point this out to gun enthusiasts, that yes, "Guns don't kill people. People don't kill People," but this incident shows that if an automatic or assault rifle was involved with then it would probably be the case that many people would have died, including the people who stopped this fellow, ....
If less than an assault weapon was involved there would have been far fewer victims. If victim one (or a righteous bystander) had a weapon there would not have been victim two, if victim two had a weapon there would not have been victim three, if victim three had a weapon...etc. etc. etc.
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News Item4/12/13 2:16 PM
Cezar | Midwest  Find all comments by Cezar
So, where are the liberals on this one?

No cries for knife control?
Especially assault knives?

The objects are not to blame.
The people in control of the objects are to blame.

Regulations only hurt good people.
Unconstitutional regulations.

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News Item4/12/13 1:36 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I will point this out to gun enthusiasts, that yes, "Guns don't kill people. People don't kill People," but this incident shows that if an automatic or assault rifle was involved with then it would probably be the case that many people would have died, including the people who stopped this fellow, Lone Star College students hailed as heroes after tackling campus stabbing suspect,

The world is filled with evil men:

Psalm 140
1 (For the choir director. A Psalm of David.) Rescue me, O LORD, from evil men; Preserve me from violent men,
2 Who devise evil things in their hearts; They continually stir up wars.
3 They sharpen their tongues as a serpent; Poison of a viper is under their lips. Selah.
4 Keep me, O LORD, from the hands of the wicked; Preserve me from violent men, Who have purposed to trip up my feet.---NASB

So, what can cause more death by evil men? knives, guns, or explosives? At least there is some regulation of the last one, sensible regulation of the second, and switch blades and knives with long blades are banned in some areas!

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News Item4/10/13 2:07 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
This of a multi-campus university, and no two assault happenings have occurred in the last two months. I would hope these attackers (oh, by the way, the first instance was with a gun Stabbing comes 3 months after shooting at other Lone Star College campus, (Apparently you all appreciate Texas humor, How Do You Know You Are Shopping in Texas? (video 43 secs!) Anyway one of my friend's offspring teaches at one of their campuses, so I hope they beef up security.
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News Item4/10/13 9:01 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Mike has had a lot of wisecracks lately. Always nice to lighten the load a bit.
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News Item4/10/13 9:01 AM
Brute was honorable  Find all comments by Brute was honorable
Every one of these perpetrators has ten thousand first-person shooter game hours under his belt. What's worse is every one is a son of Adam.
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News Item4/10/13 8:48 AM
Observer  Find all comments by Observer
Mike wrote:
Well, when knives are available in every mall on every street corner, you have to expect this. In the rest of the civilized world, no one gets stabbed because knives are regulated and only doctors and the military are allowed them. If we loved our children as much as we love our knives, we would voluntarily turn them in. In fact we should have a knife buy-back like we have with guns. If we did, we would see a great lessening of knife crimes, like we've seen with gun crimes. And knife blades should be dull. That would prevent accidental cutting. Butter knives work well, and they aren't sharp, are they? We must DO something, for the children.
You're too funny!
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News Item4/10/13 8:43 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
zz wrote:
Time for knife control!
Well, when knives are available in every mall on every street corner, you have to expect this. In the rest of the civilized world, no one gets stabbed because knives are regulated and only doctors and the military are allowed them. If we loved our children as much as we love our knives, we would voluntarily turn them in. In fact we should have a knife buy-back like we have with guns. If we did, we would see a great lessening of knife crimes, like we've seen with gun crimes. And knife blades should be dull. That would prevent accidental cutting. Butter knives work well, and they aren't sharp, are they? We must DO something, for the children.
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News Item4/10/13 8:37 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
You're right, Rufus...there are many influencing factors. Many, for me, go straight back to God, and then branch off from there. Prescription drugs though, are another matter that are really having negative effects, especially on todays youth. What's that...your son didn't want to take the trash out when you asked him to? No problem...we have a pill for that.
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News Item4/10/13 8:28 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
Christopher000 wrote:
Boy, peoples minds just seem to be snapping and going haywire more and more lately. For me, I always come back to God being erased from the schools and society as a whole. That combined with the children being taught that we simply evolved from apes, and that when we die, it's just lights out...oblivion, they have been taught hopelessness, and empathy is quickly becoming extinct.
Add to this the use of licit and illicit drugs including psychotropics prescribed by today's witchdoctors and the monkey see, monkey do effect of Hollywood's visual training.
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News Item4/10/13 8:19 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Boy, peoples minds just seem to be snapping and going haywire more and more lately. For me, I always come back to God being erased from the schools and society as a whole. That combined with the children being taught that we simply evolved from apes, and that when we die, it's just lights out...oblivion, they have been taught hopelessness, and empathy is quickly becoming extinct.
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News Item4/10/13 1:01 AM
zz | wisconsin  Find all comments by zz
Time for knife control!
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