And what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
Better than the current communist idiot that plays that part.ReplyDelete
I have some Captain America tee shirts my wife got somewhere for about a dollar each. They're good for working in the yard.ReplyDelete
I call him the Kenosha Kid. He did good getting out of that situation without getting shot. A little training and he would be an asset to any group.ReplyDelete
He did very well for someone only 17. Cool under stress, he only shot when he had to, and no more. The gang of dumbasses chasing him should count themselves very fortunate indeed that they were facing someone with Kyle's qualities.ReplyDelete
Kyle is worthy of this tribute.ReplyDelete
It’s a real shame that a 17 year old had to do the job Mayors and Governors around the country wouldn’t do.ReplyDelete
He's only one of the first salvo's in this war. And if you don't think there's a war on, you haven't been paying attention. It's going to get a whole lot uglier, and sooner than later.Delete
Wotta babyface! No matter, I've chipped in to his defense fund and to the lawyer group representing him. As long as there's no evidence suppression by the DA, he should get off.ReplyDelete
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August 20, 2020 at 12:47 p.m. EDT
LAKELAND, Fla. — A live air-to-air missile discovered at a small central Florida airport has been secured in a munition storage facility at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa.
The unarmed French S-530 air-to-air missile was found at Lakeland Linder International Airport on Friday.
“It is secured and safe and they are just waiting on when and where they are going to dispose of the missile. Those details are yet to be solidified,” Lt. Brandon Hanner, chief of media operations at MacDill, told The Ledger.
Hanner said typically these kinds of weapons are taken to the explosives range and detonated. But this one is “too large to do that at MacDill,” so the disposal logistics are being planned out.
“The only thing out of the ordinary about this is it is not a U.S.-made missile, which is why we were dispatched out to it,” Hanner said.
The missile was found near Draken International, a defense contractor located at the airport. The discovery led to a partial evacuation of the airport, the newspaper reported.
MacDill’s explosive ordnance team secured the device, then the logistics readiness squadron assisted them in bringing it to Tampa on a flatbed trailer, Hanner said.