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tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby lilly-Pad » Thu Apr 14, 2016 9:39 am

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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby pierce44 » Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:48 am

That's really bad, Whats happening here lately with all this BAD news !!!

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Postby sinwagon » Fri Apr 15, 2016 10:09 am

His name was kyle hannover he was and is a rotten punk..local wanna be airboater
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Postby Deano » Fri Apr 15, 2016 11:50 am

What a freakin' P O S ! !

Glad I wasn't there to witness that . . . :angry5:
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Postby LevyNole » Fri Apr 15, 2016 3:02 pm

I love how they are sure to include "Caucasian" as a descriptor. Lol 2000 blacks descend on a mall in Louisville and it's "teens" or "youths". As it is everytime. The one time some piece of crap, that is white, victimized someone and by God they are sure to include that. Gotta keep them optics up dontcha know.
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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby Deano » Fri Apr 15, 2016 8:22 pm

Charged with murder . . . and evidently no bond. First part of the whole mess that made sense.
Gotta agree with you Jamie, he'll be wishing his daddy had taught him some manners. :slap:

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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby newoldglory » Fri Apr 15, 2016 9:44 pm

OK, so I'm going to be the bad guy here, but there is two sides to every story. If you don't want to read this, then please go on to another thread. The young man that ran down the old man was a POS that the LEO's new well. I met him here locally at night and rescued him twice in one night. He was new here and had just got an air boat, that's how I got to know him. He was no harm to me because I had helped him. But the locals that knew him had no use for him. It was in his genes. WE, DO have a choice and do not have to live with birth defects. The bleeding hearts DO and CAN make a difference in SOME cases. This one was a sleeping time bomb waiting to happen. We live around them daily. The LEO's knew, but their hands were tied by our panty laced justice system. I learned about this from the LEO's. The young man had no right to kill but we do not know what set the stage. Can we ASSUME that the old man was totally innocent? Who is to say that he was not stable either? Some may say that the old man did not deserve to die this way but how about the young? Which is worst, an old person to be killed or a new born? The new born is innocent. Was the old? I can be a contankerouse old bass turd myself and cannot throw the young under the bus because I believe that I am god. Think twice before you reply to this post!
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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby newoldglory » Fri Apr 15, 2016 9:48 pm

LevyNole wrote:I love how they are sure to include "Caucasian" as a descriptor. Lol 2000 blacks descend on a mall in Louisville and it's "teens" or "youths". As it is everytime. The one time some piece of crap, that is white, victimized someone and by God they are sure to include that. Gotta keep them optics up dontcha know.

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Postby Gary S » Sat Apr 16, 2016 6:04 am

Very few deserve to be run over and left in the street. I don't care how cantankerous they are. I am sure he is going to be taught some manners in the near future.

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Postby helicsher » Sat Apr 16, 2016 4:23 pm

You got to pretty mad at someone to run them over with you truck like that
I can't imagine what could have been said or done to this young man that could make him that mad
He must have some lose screws
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Postby hirise » Sat Apr 16, 2016 8:41 pm

more than likely he will be found guilty and sentenced to life, and lets :toothy7: hope his cell mate is a big black man named bubba. and he will be his new puppy
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Postby trailerdon » Sun Apr 17, 2016 8:14 am

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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby newoldglory » Sun Apr 17, 2016 5:02 pm

406 JAMIE wrote:Newglory WOW to write such a thing like this man thats some COLD S*IT and ur almost that guys age that got run over.

And see u wonder y u live alone out there.just remember newglory that could of easily been u in that old guys shoes. :thumbleft:

Prays to the old guys family god rest his soul :rebel: y all besafe out there.

406; Yes it is cold and the truth. I live in my world and you live in you're fantasy world. I don't use a leaning post, I face life as it is. You apparently do not. My way is truth, you're is make believe. I've learned a lot about you from you're ramblings on here and I learned a long time ago that a person will tell on himself given enough rope. You're leaning post has failed you throughout life. I feel for you and you're family. I've been called an atheist AND a true supporter of my God. My God gave me the tools to life and expected me to use those tools wisely. I have failed him from time to time but can only blame myself. I don't expect him to protect me as much as so many humans do. He did his job, now it's up to me. I won't use him as a leaning post and when he sees fit to call me home, I will be proud to go knowing that I did the best to my ability. My God put me here with forgiveness but I will not give in to a leaning post. I will go down a real man that did the best I could. My personal prayers go to you and you're family.
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Postby catchment38 » Sun Apr 17, 2016 7:23 pm

Gerald, :thumbleft: :cheers: good job bud..

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Postby digginfool » Mon Apr 18, 2016 8:30 am

406 JAMIE wrote:Newglory ...

And see u wonder y u live alone out there.



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Postby Sniper » Mon Apr 18, 2016 8:58 am

well all I got to say is if I would have been their the young guy would be in the morgue using a motor vehicle like that is use of Deadly force and it can be responded with deadly force, what ever happens to the kid he deserves it and more
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Postby Rich Andrews » Mon Apr 18, 2016 9:58 am

Terrible situation going on with todays younger generation of kids. No respect for anything or anybody. Last place we need them is in the woods. Picked up a family Sat night who was flagging down boaters all afternoon long looking for help.
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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby Waterbugger » Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:34 am

Bottom Line 81 year old man 20 something in shape young man, no excuse. Personal experience 31 years ago when I was 21 years old, I was towing a trailer had an old man (not sure how old but a guess would be in his 70's) pulled out in front of me and I had to do some serious maneuvering to keep from hitting him and not go into on coming traffic. I cut the old man off jumped out of the truck gave him a ration of $&!T he pulled a 32 revolver his hands were shaking. I knocked the revolver out of his hand took the shells and gave it back to him with the advice that you don't pull out in front of someone towing that they can't stop that easy, and don't ever pull a gun if your not going to use it even though I was a little hot headed, I would have never dreamed of even hitting the old man, and even though he pulled a gun, I knew it was because he was scared and still would have never hurt him. Bottom line there is NO!!!!! excuse for a 20 something in shape young man to kill an 81 year old man. The fact that he had to use his truck on an 81 year old man shows he is a coward period. The problem with today's society is that many in our society try to defend people like this and excuse their actions by trying to blame someone or something else.

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Postby Scotty1 » Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:49 am

:rebel: If it was me the only way I WOULD HAVE RUN SOME ONE OVER IS IF HE WAS COMING AFTER ME WITH A GUN AND I DID NOT HAVE ONE . and I have not heard anything like that so the guilty will pay :rebel:

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Postby newoldglory » Mon Apr 18, 2016 6:02 pm

406 JAMIE wrote:Wow NG its not fantasy in my world when im raising 2 boys and have a wife of over 30yrs here NG and a morage something u know nothing about and u sit in ur so called house with what,and u diggin DUMA$$ he has friend's like u around him who needs enemy's u do a good enuff job at that blowing boats over and destroying ****.AND THE ONLY REASON PEOPLE STOP OUT THERE is to take a break from riding.
So i don't give 2 $hits NG,diggin duma$$ what u say or anybody else on this site.so LMMFAO. :thefinger: :thumbup:


All i know is a poor old guy lost his life at 83 my family's hearts and prays go out to the family my god be with y all.

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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

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Postby helicsher » Mon Apr 18, 2016 6:35 pm

Hey N.O.G. don't ever even think of walking if front or behind Jamie 406's truck
I think that guy's got a hard on for you!
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Postby Dan Coffey » Mon Apr 18, 2016 6:48 pm

Gerald-
I don't think we have ever met and I don't post on here a lot but your view on this is really screwed up. It doesn't matter who was right or wrong or what was said. It takes a complete p@ssy to run down an 83 year old man. For that the kid deserves a bullet, not a trial and three squares a day.

This is our problem now a days, there are to many that put to little value on human life.
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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby HuntingBigun » Mon Apr 18, 2016 11:55 pm

newoldglory wrote:OK, so I'm going to be the bad guy here, but there is two sides to every story.

. The young man that ran down the old man was a POS that the LEO's new well.

I met him here locally at night and rescued him twice in one night. He was new here and had just got an air boat, that's how I got to know him.

But the locals that knew him had no use for him. It was in his genes. WE, DO have a choice and do not have to live with birth defects.

The bleeding hearts DO and CAN make a difference in SOME cases. This one was a sleeping time bomb waiting to happen. We live around them daily. The LEO's knew, but their hands were tied by our panty laced justice system. I learned about this from the LEO's.

The young man had no right to kill but we do not know what set the stage.

Can we ASSUME that the old man was totally innocent?

Who is to say that he was not stable either?

Some may say that the old man did not deserve to die this way but how about the young?

Which is worst, an old person to be killed or a new born? The new born is innocent. Was the old?

cannot throw the young under the bus because I believe that I am god.



Trying to follow your point so I deleted the drama so I can try to understand your point :scratch:
you agree Cops and Locals that knew him said he was a POS
You helped him he was ok to you when he was being rescued?
then the question he had the right to run down a old man because he had bad genes somehow bleeding hearts saved him when he was a baby :?: did not follow that one
Not sure what new born being killed has to do with Young guy running over a old man with his truck unless old man was going to kill new born?

As I approach the great 60 in couple weeks pretty easy in my book unless the old man was pointing a gun at the punk in the truck he had no right to run him down like a dog. If that holds up that old man was unarmed figured if he had gun the news would have posted it then facts would support a person saving a life by shooting the pos in the head before he had a chance to kill anyone with truck or whatever.......................

Sorry just cannot follow your logic I sure you fill in the blanks, notice no name calling or preaching to you so just the facts what your trying to say is all I like to hear, From what I have read online and buddy of mine the is a leo told me kid was POS and killed the old man cold blood if that is fact hope they fry his ass................................
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Re: tragedy at Holyday park?

Postby helicsher » Tue Apr 19, 2016 7:34 am

I think N.O.G.'s Point is that there it something wrong with this young man
He had a bigger problem then the one at the boat ramp that day
And unfortunately that was the moment it all came to a head
I believe we are all a product of our environment
I can only imagine this young man did not come from a good one
I do believe anyone can escape there chains, but he did not

I met that kid my self and couple of months ago when his friend sunk his boat a the park . He was there on his boat with a nice girl and a young boy around the same age as my son about 5 years old
He seemed normal and was there to help his friend

Something happened that afternoon and we will probably never now what
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