thadjock, maybe that is the way you behave, but doing so has the potential to bring a whole lot of trouble your way.
the old man's response was stupid and ridiculous. he comes from a lifetime career in law enforcement for Christ's sake. did all that expert training and life experience not supply him with any skills to mitigate a piffling disagreement in a movie theater, besides drawing a weapon?
high praise to the off duty Sumpter county officer sitting nearby who kept his head and grabbed the gun and subdued the shooter.
the latest: the old man was denied bail, his defense has been denied "stand your ground" status, and he will face 2nd deg murder, which carries a max sentence of life in prison.
"At the hearing on Tuesday, the court heard that Reeves had allegedly confronted a woman at a movie theater last month.
The judge was told that after hearing about the shooting on the news, a woman had contacted police to say Reeves had told her off for texting when she was watching a film on December 28.
Although she didn't make a complaint at the time, the woman claimed Reeves had 'glared at her the entire time throughout the movie and afterwards' even following her to the rest room at one point.
A neighbor, Matthew Harris, told the Tampa Bay Times that Reeves had confronted him about 18 months ago for having his car stereo too loud.
'He kind of snapped at me at first, but then he calmed down,' Mr Harris said, adding that Reeves had told him he used to be in the police."
the angry old bastard should fry.