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When seconds count, police are minutes away

Denver Woman's 13-Minute-Long 911 Call Ends With Fatal Gunshot

A Denver woman who spent nearly 15 frantic minutes on the phone with a 911 dispatcher was killed Monday night by a bullet to the head before help arrived.

The gunshot was the last sound 911 dispatchers heard on their call with Kristine Kirk, 44, which lasted for approximately 12 to 13 minutes, said Denver police officer Raquel Lopez.


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The devils lettuce strikes

The devils lettuce strikes again. It's never about free will or accountability and always about finding something to blame.

But about myself I will not boast, except as it concerns my weaknesses (2 Cor 12:5). Let the unbelievers seek praise from each other; I wish that which is from God alone.

Of course,

there isn't a comment section on the article.

Why? Because NBC alludes to "marijuana," "hallucinations," and a gun.

White guy, marijuana, crazy behavior, scaring their three children, and guns.

It's a sad story, but fuck NBC and their obvious tactics.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

This isn't about the guns...

It's about marijuana...

Police are investigating the possibility that Richard Kirk — who admitted to killing his wife on his way to the police station, according to the probable cause statement — took marijuana prior to the shooting.

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