Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by JB, Sep 22, 2010.
Bwahahaha!! Right on Jugg!
I hope the guy wasn't seriously hurt. With that being said...
This part of the article had me rolling:
Juggs house, Juggs TV, Juggs rulez!!!
There is all kinds of win at that link.
I found this winner there also
Blue Star Exclusive: Tony Romo's Hat Speaks!
Click the link, it gets better.
"Hey, it's the Juggernaut, *****!!"
BTW, I found a picture of Juggs. Looks like in Cowboys colors.........frustrated Cowboys fans beginning to try to knock off Cowboys fans??????????
I have way better pictures of "Juggs"!!
Go to the BOTD for an example!
In Travis County this guy is going to get 10 years probation at the most. If he wanting to watch a Texans game it would be 5 years TDCJ.
A guy shows up on Juggs' property looking for a fight, is warned and told to leave, then assaults the home owner and is shot... but Juggs is the one facing charges?
That makes no sense.
That's why in Texas you shoot to kill when they're on your property.
You call 911 first, ask for help, explain you are fearing for your life, then shoot the sob.
Hopefully the Texans will win one for Juggs on Sunday!
Captain Kangaroo is ruthless!
actually not....In Texas.. if someone is on your property and if the resident/ homeowner has a belief that the safety and/or security of his property,family, or his own life is threatened he can defend his home with whatever force he deems necessary without fear of prosecution.
There is no stipulation in the law that any emergency help has to be requested.
Also, if you're referencing the case of Joe Horn, the D.A. filed charges, and
the grand jury "no billed " the case. He must live the rest of his life knowing
his case could be re-submitted to the grand jury at ANY TIME. Not good,
especially if some D.A. would use his case for political purposes.
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