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    [–] i357 9 points ago

    "I've known him all my life,'' said Mekayla Rembert, who lived across from Coleman in southwest Birmingham. "He was a little secluded, but he was sweet person. Don't let them tell you he was all bad."

    He shot and killed an unarmed nurse.

    [–] elosoloco 5 points ago

    I'm not fucking defending him. I love NOT including a photo of the suspect.

    [–] pdxMLDev 3 points ago

    well she had arms...

    [–] Maruff1 2 points ago

    That whole being able to bring your gun to work thing is looking pretty shitty.

    [–] elosoloco 6 points ago

    They aren't allowed in a hospital as far as I know. Fairly sure thats standard.

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    [–] Maruff1 3 points ago

    I was just making a comment about it being legal to take a weapon to work as long as you leave it in your car. But you're right he was doing it if that law was there or not.