Monday, January 04, 2016

Man with large gun collection uses one to kill his wife and two others over washing machine dispute. Son exercises his 2nd Amendment rights by killing him as well.

Courtesy of NBC Los Angeles:  

A man shot and killed his wife and two others in his home in eastern Los Angeles County on New Year's Eve before his son wrestled the gun away and fatally shot him after a possible dispute over a washing machine, authorities said. 

The two other victims killed were the son's 48-year-old girlfriend, who also lives at the house in Rowland Heights and a 27-year-old man who was visiting, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said Friday. 

The 54-year-old man, whose name has not been released, allegedly pulled out a semi-automatic pistol and opened fire. His 33-year-old son, identified as Christopher Morey, wrestled the gun from his father and shot him once, killing the man, according to the sheriff's department. 

The 54-year-old father was a heavy drinker with a large gun collection, and authorities had made dozens of previous trips to the home, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department said. Deputies said they have responded to 25 calls for service within the last three years at the address where the shootings occurred.

The son was arrested and is currently in jail on a with bail set at a cool million dollars, because apparently when you take a gun away from the shooter he is no longer considered a threat so then shooting him is, pardon the pun, overkill. 

So to sum up this heavy drinker who owned a pile of guns, had frequent visits from the authorities, but still managed to hang on to them so that he could murder his wife and two others over a washing machine kerfuffle, and then die at the hands of his son with his own gun.

Really lived the ole NRA dream didn't he?


  1. Anonymous2:04 AM

    Just another day in gun-happy ammosexual America.

  2. The only thing that may be worse than a nut with a gun is a drinker who has been drinking with a gun.

    I look forward to whatever Obama can do through executive action to stop this madness.

  3. I think the incarceration is a formality.

    I don't think the D.A. is going to prosecute this one. Even if it gets as far as court, either a judge will dismiss it or he'll be found not guilty.

    With that kind of background, no way will they make murder stick.

  4. Anonymous3:42 AM

    OMG...I use to live near Rowland Heights.
    How tragic.

  5. Anonymous4:00 AM

    Rest assured the authorities will be doing a thorough investigation, the son might have shot all of them for all we know.

  6. Anonymous5:26 AM

    The saddest line in the story is how the heavy drinking father had frequent visits by the police, but always managed to be able to retain his weapons. There were many opportunities to intervene, but no one did.

    1. Anonymous12:20 PM

      It is unbelievable that the guns were not grabbed at some point before the police made their 26th and final visit...

  7. Anonymous5:32 AM

    Seems to me, it was a kill or be killed situation. Murder? Please.

    1. Anonymous9:43 AM

      It's does not look like a kill or be killed situation The son had taken the gun and de-excalated the situation he did not have to kill his father. He had control with the gun, he could have called the police at that point, since the father was under gun point.

  8. Anonymous8:49 AM

    DO NOT lets this BACKFIRE>

  9. Anonymous8:59 AM

    One might think that any sane police captain would say enough is enough and arrest the old idiot before 25 trips were made to the house. Oh wait, these must be white men...

  10. Was it a Maytag? Otherwise, not worth a quarrel.

  11. Anita Winecooler4:18 PM

    Don't be too harsh on him, he died doing what he loved the most..... breathing.

  12. Anonymous4:28 PM

    Gee Sarah doesn't this sound like your 'ghostwriter' scenario waiting to happen? Gosh must be God's Will hu?
    Let me know when it backfires on ya bitch!


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