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PO3 Steven Sherrill
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SGM Erik Marquez Wow, was he leaving the home of an underage girl he had just had sex with and supplied cocaine, I mean those are about the only two missing from this. I feel sorry for those who will now have to endure (both presenting and attending) the safety brief that will occur as a result of this incident.
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PO3 Steven Sherrill
PO3 Steven Sherrill
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CPT Pedro Meza - Oh yeah, him too.
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PO1 Yeoman
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but this is the perfect guy to have hold said power point presentation. he can start off by saying..."my lack of common sense and poor decision making has resulted us in coming together on a Saturday morning for 3 hour presentation on safety" **doesn't have to be a Saturday **
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CPT Pedro Meza
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PO1 (Join to see) - Or he could be that guy with an issue due to deployment, PTSD, TBI or worst case re-action to some of those pills that were required to be taken to prevent malaria. This is one that we need to know why he did it given that he is still alive and talking; provided his 1SGT let him.
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PO3 Steven Sherrill
PO3 Steven Sherrill
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CPT Pedro Meza - Provided he is still alive after his 1st gets ahold of him. He is 22, his brain has not fully developed.
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PVT James Strait
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Youth and speed, always a bad combination. But although speed is an attraction to all young men, it doesn't imply criminality...just youthful stupidity. The gun, depending on the "Why" he was carrying, is another matter.
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SGM Erik Marquez
SGM Erik Marquez
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PVT James Strait "But although speed is an attraction to all young men, it doesn't imply criminality."
That is not what I said or implied.... HIS actions in this case, with speed were clearly criminal, and that is what i was referencing.
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PVT James Strait
PVT James Strait
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SGM Erik Marquez - Okay...you're reading more into what I wrote than intended. MY bad...you win.
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SGM Erik Marquez
SGM Erik Marquez
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PVT James Strait - Not at all, just trying to be clear...No win/lose// I agree with you.... young and speed DO NOT infer criminality..or for that matter old and speed ...LOL
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PVT James Strait
PVT James Strait
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SGM Erik Marquez - I too live in an open carry state...a conceal carry permit is almost standard issue, very easy to get. But the "why" of carrying speaks to intent. I can legally conceal carry, but if I'm doing so with the intent of committing a crime, then the "why" is important.

Anyway, if this kid is as stupid as the circumstances imply, he'll be embarrassed to have only been doing 200 MPH. I've seen YouTube videos of morons weaving in and out of traffic at 218 MPH. Maybe he was on a "slow" bike...
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CPT Pedro Meza
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"The chase began around 3:45 p.m. when a DPS Trooper attempted to stop Shaquille Windsor, 22, for speeding on U.S. Highway 190 Westbound near W.S. Young Drive in Killeen." This should be the correct title, because the soldier was speeding which was the obvious violation, and adding "while carrying illegal gun" point it into a gun issue.
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SGM Erik Marquez
SGM Erik Marquez
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Sir what exactly is your point other than you disagree with how to title a article with the article writer and his editors

Where's your post just about what you feel is proper grammatical sentence structure ?
Or is there some other point about him carrying a weapon illegally ( which would also be a grammatical error since the gun itself is not illegal it was the manner in which it was carried it was illegal )
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CPT Pedro Meza
CPT Pedro Meza
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SGM Erik Marquez - It called the hook, which directs readers to seek it out. This hook gives the impression that the soldier was fleeing because he had an illegal gun, when in reality no explanation as to why he fled. I want to know more about why, because there are more potential soldiers with the same problem and if they are on the road then we may run into them; lucky no one else was involved (hurt). The issue of PTSD, drug use, etc..
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