NO, She shouldn't be able to carry a gun..
(before we get off on a gun control rant...)
From: cpf0000-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cpf0000-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Mark Allen
Sent: Friday, August 10, 2007 10:45 AM
To: Open discussion among iSeries Users
Subject: Re: [CPF0000] Fun at summer camp
booth wrote: How is the girl doing, Mark? Has she had good experiences?
I am guessing you mean Tiffanie. She is actually part of Jason's
(and him hers). While he was in jail/rehab we helped get her into 2
programs, one she walked out of after 24 hours, the other after about
halfway thru. She and Jason are a "couple", she ran thru 4 months of
disability while he was in jai/rehab (about $2400) and the "day" before
was scheduled to get out, made sure she met me, gave me back his
id/disability check debit card and to tell me she was moving to
because Jason would "just drag her back down to being an addict (even
she never really stopped) and back onto the street"
In retrospect they played us (me, Deb, and his counselor) so she could
out of town (owed her dealer $ even after spending the $2400), get her
"hooked" up in a new town, give him a "place" to crash for a week until
got his next check (he booked on July 31, and money would be on his
that night or the next morning).
We did EVERYTHING we could (took a few days to get over the
if's). It was his/her decision to do.
We'll continue on, there are 200 more just like them in the downtown
area alone (15-20 that I see reguarly and talk to at least weekly) and
least another 2000 in total. We can help them if they want to help
2 I knew have passed away in the last 2 weeks. One was an older (60+)
gentleman who was a chronic alcoholic that passed away from a heart
that the recent heat made worse. The other was a person who from
accounts, asked a lady for some change at a local gas station and she
promptly shot and killed him
Police: Man shot over 25 cent request
By Associated Press
CINCINNATI -- A woman shot and killed a panhandler who asked her for 25
cents, police say.
"He asked her for a quarter," Police Chief Tom Streicher said. "That's
apparently all there was to it."
Donald Francis, who police believe was homeless, stood outside a gas
late Monday asking people for money. Geraldine Beasley had complained
Francis to someone else, and when he approached her she pulled out a gun
shot him, police said.
Francis, 44, died at the scene.
Beasley, 62, was charged with murder and on Wednesday was ordered held
lieu of $500,000 bail, according to court documents. Her attorney, Mass
Ionna, told Municipal Court Judge Fanon Rucker that his client has
Beasley's court record dates back 15 years with traffic charges,
cases and civil judgments both for and against her. She was fined in
for improperly transporting a loaded gun after officers found one in her