I suspect in theory these scum bags keep all of the guns and ammo with the ides that if anyone shows up we’ll have a good ole shoot out. But instead, time after time we see they simply get caught, no “self defense”, with the dope and the firearms. Then again we must consider the intellectual capacity of these morons. “the Burch brothers, both of whom have been previously convicted of felony crimes, police said” pretty much tells me the Bro’s weren’t really Journeyman Thinkers.
Must have been on the downside of a good high.
“it was all the dead guy’s stuff man!
He must have stashed the guns/ammo and drugs in our rooms
when we were at church! and Bible study!”
HE WAS A REPUBLICAN!
Nice one, got a good laugh out of that…
Glad to hear it! I’m not just a pretty face!
YOU ARE JUST TOO DAMN FAST BRUH!
The article states that blue tablets stamped with M30 were found at the scene. That’s oxycodone, a drug sold by the Sackler family’s company Purdue pharma. Oxycodone and oxycontin are kissing cousins to heroin, high addictive, often ground up and snorted. An excellent series worth binge watching is Netflix’s Painkiller which tells the effort of prosecutors to shut down Perdue’s essentially legal distribution scheme of a drug that is, for all intents and purposes, heroin. Estimates are that around 300,000 people died from oxycontin/oxycodone overdoses. 300,000. Let that number sink in for a minute.
A central player who used political connections to prevent Purdue execs from going to jail was Rudy Guilliani, one of the Orange man’s key lawyers. When the 2007 trial of the execs was supposed to start, Rudy called friends/political contacts in Congress, who called the White House, which called the DOJ and demanded a settlement that was little more than a slap on the wrist and allowed Purdue to continue selling its heroin-like drug and immunized Purdue from further prosecution.
Purdue was fined $640 million while guesstimates were that it earned more than $5 billion on oxycontin sales at that point. Todate, according to Wikipedia, estimates are that Perdue has made around $35 billion in oxycontin/oxycodone sales.
Here’s a description of Rudy’s involvement for those who would deny his involvement:
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, Pillow talk in the morning! (It’s the ears man!)
Have a Great and safe day out there Brothers!
I’m in a really good mood today, (I haven’t gone outside yet!)
Despite my Xterra motor dying last night,
Have to go hunting for a new one sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesh!
When the hell is life going to get easier?
Or is it the plan to keep us off balance ALL THE TIME?
it was a lot easier when I had Momma’s little helpers or Uncle jack to get
me through the day!
Now some days it’s just brutal to deal with but grateful not to be dependent
on anybody or anything.
All Failure’s are my own as well as ALL SUCCESSES!
Keep the Faith My Brothers.
I have Good days
I have Great days
Sounds like you had a good day yesterday and are on your way to a great day today.
“(Eric Burch) told me that he had awoken that morning to the sound of his brother Ryan screaming downstairs. He rushed down and found their friend deceased in his bedroom,” a police booking affidavit states.
They didn’t S.A.T. Stop and think.
“Before we call the cops, let’s tidy up the house.”
Why should they think @ all Bean?
They rarely get hooked up by the law as it is.
blame it all on the dead guy.
We wuz framed!
we wuz Innocents !
It’s not our fault!
that’s not my stuff!
We were @ Church/Bible study!
(I myself like that one enough to repeat it!)
there is no penality for crime anymore…unless
you and I defend ourselves.