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Carjacker shot and killed

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This is the kinda case where seal and his cop hating buddies side with the scrote.....


Should you be shot and killed for stealing a car?  Well if you stab someone then ram 2 cop cars the answer is an easy HELL YES.  Good shoot.



A man who was shot and killed in Massachusetts by police officers after an alleged carjacking in Nashua has been identified, officials said.

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Police said Thomas Murray, 31, of Dracut, Massachusetts, drove to the Tulley BMW in Nashua in a vehicle that was stolen in Lowell, Massachusetts. Investigators said he stole a car from the dealership and stabbed an employee who tried to stop him.

The employee suffered minor injuries, police said.

The dealership tracked the car to a gas station in Byfield, Massachusetts, where state and local police engaged in a shootout, officials said.

"As they approached the suspect, he attempted to escape by ramming the BMW into a state police cruiser and a Newbury Police Department cruiser, as well," said Essex County Attorney Jonathan Blodgett.

Murray was pronounced dead at a hospital in Newburyport, Massachusetts. No officers were injured in the shootout.

Investigators said they are looking into other possible carjacking cases related to Murray.

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I just read the story. A guy like that would have a field day there running and ripping. People up in those areas would not know what hit them.  Thankfully he is off the streets permanently. 

its actually common now to have robberies in Places like Saugus and up towards the North Shore of Boston.  The good news is the chances of bumping into a blue collar worker carrying are pretty good. So expect more civilian shooting back soon. Be nice if we had a stand your ground law to smoke these d bags. 

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