“Popcorn shooting”

Order Denying Immunity in Popcorn Shooting Riddled with Legal Errors

Curtis Reeves has been denied legal immunity from prosecution and civil suit over his fatal shooting of Chad Oulson, in an order issued today by Judge Susan Barthle. Reading Judge Barthle’s order, however, suggests that her legal analysis may be sufficiently defective so as to render this denial of immunity a miscarriage of justice, thus …

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Pasco County Sheriff’s Office Release a 911 Call from Florida “Popcorn” Shooting

Hey folks, The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office has released one of the 911 calls made from the Cobb Theater in the immediate aftermath of the shooting of 43-year-old Navy Veteran Chad Oulson by 71-year-old retired police Captain Curtis Reeves. The call was apparently made by a man at the scene.  Efforts to try to save …

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The “Popcorn Shooter,” Stand-Your-Ground, and Duty to Retreat

Hey folks, As I noted in my piece over at Legal Insurrection a couple of days ago, the “popcorn shooter” case down in Florida–in which retired police Captain Curtis Reeves allegedly shot and killed Navy veteran Chad Oulson for, some have claimed, throwing popcorn at Reeves–has resulted in the now routine howling and misinformation bout …

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