A teenager accused of gunning down his parents and three siblings in their New Mexico home last month has been indicted on five counts of murder.
Investigators said Nehemiah Griego, 15, had hoped to go on a killing spree and die in a shootout with police.
A Bernalillo County grand jury also indicted Griego on Monday on three counts of intentionally caused child abuse and three counts of death of a child under 12, charges that relate to the killing of his two sisters and brother. Griego is being charged as an adult, prosecutors announced.
"He had hoped to go on a killing spree & die in a shoot out with the police".
Well I wonder what sort of weapon he must have been dreaming of using in his twisted fantasies? What weapon could give him that kind of power?
A baseball bat, a knife, a rock?
A bomb, poison, an axe(while they were sleeping) , arson?
Anything can be used "as" a weapon, whackos.
here is something very interesting. Australia has a ban on guns. Since the ban, home burglaries have risen a whopping E. All other crimes have risen as well
Fourty five percent. CNN has a problem with omitting numbers so I have to spell it out
Thank you Boom for the enlightenment, a thing whackos do not want you to hear about. Anytime you strip away the ability to let one defend themselves, it's pretty much a no brainer crime will step in.
The sad part of all this is it's an everyday thing, we're j
hearing more now because of the firearms fight.
Sure . And we have seen shooting sprees & rise in gun deaths in Australia since the ban on guns. lol
Civilians should have unhindered access to military style assault weapons and magazines. Lets really go crazy.
@ saywhat, i dont think thats exactly what 1608 meant. True
Military weapons should not be in civilian homes BUT law abiding citizens should be allowed to purchase and keep weapons. And crooks are still gonna get em however they have been up til now. This is just one more political game.
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