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This video makes my blood boil!
Poor old gal. I bet if there was an old school desk phone in reach she could've brained him to death with it.
that plant could use a cup of water
That poor old lady
He needed money.....for school books.
Damn....old age, all of us one day
unfortunately that guy is far from the worst. Lot of hoods would have jawed her for swinging that stick.
Meghan Brown, Former Beauty Queen, Kills Intruder Albert Hill With Pink Gun
BY PETE KOTZ ON MARCH 28, 2011HEROES, ROBBERY
25-year-old Meghan Brown and her fiance, 42-year-old Robert Planthaber, apparently made inviting robbery targets. They lived in a 2,700-square-foot house in Tierra Verde, Florida, where Meghan once reigned as Miss Tierra Verde. She wore a $60,000 engagement ring…
Meghan Brown and Robert Planthaber were attacked in their Florida home until Meghan ended it by blasting the intruder with her pink .38
And Robert says they would also occasionally need to break $100 bills when they ordered pizza. So the pizza guy, he theorizes, let out word that their home contained many riches worth liberating.
The couple’s nightmare began at 3 a.m. when Meghan heard a knock on the door. Albert Franklin Hill had come calling, and he wasn’t there to wish them happy nuptials.
He grabbed Meghan, covering her nose and mouth and dragging her to an upstairs bedroom, then demanding money. That’s when Robert awoke and heard the altercation. So he went on the offensive himself, attacking Hill in hopes of rescuing his girlfriend.
Four-time inmate Albert Hill fittingly saw his life end at the wrong end of a pink gun
He’s apparently not much of a fighter, since he admits to taking a severe beating in the head. But it was enough to draw Hill’s attention away from Meghan, who escaped and grabbed a pink .38 Robert had given her for Christmas.
Robert had taken her to the shooting range to teach her how to handle it. He readily confesses she didn’t have very good aim. But during the heat of battle, she would prove to be quite the marksman.
She returned to the room with her pink gun and opened fire, blasting Hill in the chest, groin, thigh and back. By the time police arrived, Hill was already dead.
Police believe Hill’s motive was robbery, though they’re still not sure how he knew the couple. He’d already done four stints in prison for burglary, battery, drug possession and theft. And he’d only been out of the slam since September on his latest sentence.
(By the way, Robert is punching way out of his weight class)
My moms not that old but I drummed it into her head to never open the door to anyone she don't know. She used to wear her purse on her shoulder and some guy on the way to college coulda just slipped it off so I schooled her. I followed her to the grocery store a buncha times snuck up behind her and pulled off her arm and ran. She now wears it military style around her neck when she's shopping.
I'm such a good son
Answers the question "what would Trayvon Martin be doing today if he weren't worm food?"
Makes me want to grab on to that dudes neck, spinning him around until he was dead, dead, and dead.
Yes, you are.
Senior citizens are so vulnerable. My mother watches my dogs while I'm at work and when I pick them up, I always find a way to rifle through her mail and take out the scam charities begging for money. I can barely keep up with the creeps.
Swear to gawd dude.
Just gonna throw myself off a cliff before it comes to that.
I guessed right.
In-home camera captures teen stealing woman's purse, police say.
"The video shows the teen walking into the kitchen. When he hears someone opening the front door, he grabs a purse from a chair at the kitchen table. The 91-year-old woman, who the family says suffers from dementia, is seen confronting the young man and swatting him with a stick. The teen then goes to another part of the home.
Roy Callahan, the victim's son, said the teen first started showing up about a year ago and offered to do yard work. The visits became more frequent, he said.
"I was coming in one day and he was going out, so yes, I have seen him, but I didn't know what was going on," Callahan said. "I knew she had a, she calls him a visitor."
He said those visits began coinciding with items going missing from the home, including a strong box, a billfold and cash. He installed a security system, which recorded the video last weekend.
Neighbor Jake Scalf said he saw a carload of four young men go to the house a few weeks ago and two went inside. He said they quickly emerged from the house and the car sped away.
"It was alarming enough that I came over to check on Mrs. Callahan," Scalf said.
you give a few dollars and they spend it all on stamps and envalopes
our Grandparents were right.