Man kills brother

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So much for brotherly love
 
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Sounds like alcohol and wrestling don't mix. Especially when brothers are involved.
 
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dang must have missed the news that night since that is my local ABC affiliate
 
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:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

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If he wouldn't have had a gun he'd have probably stabbed him in the chest with a knife, .....

Last trip to the UK, I was reading articles about a move to ban long pointy kitchen knives. There were claims they weren't needed by average people, should be restricted to professional chefs at best. Rounded off tips and limited length would save lives, etc etc etc.

I'm not kidding. Hope that never got anywhere. But here's a link.


Not much info in that article on the killing. I wonder what the rest of the story is.
 
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I've gotten plenty angry at relatives and even strangers, but I've never had the urge to shot, or stab anyone.

It's really bad that this guy got angry enough to shoot his brother. He lost a brother and now he'll spend xx years in prison over it. His life will never ever be the same. :no
 
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