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#3871439 - 03/07/10 06:18 PM Shotgun wired to his head.
SAcharlie Offline
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Does anyone recall many years back some business/insurance exe, with a shotgun wired under his chin, being draged out onto the street?

I saw that on TV maybe on the news but could have just been a movie.
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#3871509 - 03/07/10 06:32 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: SAcharlie]
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That was a movie or TV show , many years ago , can't remember the name

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#3871536 - 03/07/10 06:37 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: SAcharlie]
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Judge Harold J. Haley, 1970. He was killed.



Harold J. Haley (November 14, 1904 August 7, 1970) was a Superior Court judge in Marin County, California. He was taken hostage in his courtroom, along with several others, during the course of a trial, and murdered during the attempted escape of his captors with their hostages.

On August 7, 1970, Jonathan Jackson brought guns into Judge Haley's courtroom, where San Quentin inmate James McClain was on trial. McClain was freed along with two other San Quentin inmates, Ruchell Magee and William Christmas, who were present at the trial as witnesses. Jackson and the prisoners took Haley and four other people hostage and attempted to escape.

Haley, Jackson, McClain and Christmas were killed as the abductors attempted to drive away from the courthouse. Haley was apparently hit by fire from a sawed-off shotgun that had been fastened to his neck with adhesive tape by the abductors. Two of the other hostages were wounded.[1]

Photographs of the event were taken by news photographers Jim Kean and Roger Bockrath.[1][2] The best-known photograph by Bockrath shows McClain leading out the hostages, pointing a revolver at police with his right hand while holding a shotgun taped around Haley's neck with his left hand.

The police investigation determined that the shotgun used had been owned by Angela Davis. Charges were brought against Davis and Magee, the sole survivor among the abductors. The case was appealed during trial in Magee v. Superior Court (34 Cal. App.3d 201) (1973) on the issue of permitting former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark to join the defense team. Davis was acquitted while Magee was convicted for Haley's kidnapping and murder and sentenced to life imprisonment, which he is serving in Corcoran State Prison.


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#3871547 - 03/07/10 06:39 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: SAcharlie]
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that was in Hawaii. guy had killed his girl friend. then went to where he use to work and shot a couple people. then took one guy hostage duct tape the barrel of the shotgun under the hostages chin. hostage was able to grab the barrel and twist away while the bad was distracted allowing the swat team to shoot and take down the bad guy
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#3871613 - 03/07/10 06:55 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: stxhunter]
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Yeah, do remember duct tape being used.
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God wasnt too fond of other religions, IIRC.
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#3871751 - 03/07/10 07:28 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: SAcharlie]
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I remember it. It was some guy who supposedly wronged another guy and I think insurance was in the middle. I don't recall how it ended but I think the guy come out alive. It had to be 30 years ago. kwg
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#3871985 - 03/07/10 08:30 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: GrandView]
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Originally Posted By: GrandView
Judge Harold J. Haley, 1970. He was killed.



Harold J. Haley (November 14, 1904 August 7, 1970) was a Superior Court judge in Marin County, California. He was taken hostage in his courtroom, along with several others, during the course of a trial, and murdered during the attempted escape of his captors with their hostages.

On August 7, 1970, Jonathan Jackson brought guns into Judge Haley's courtroom, where San Quentin inmate James McClain was on trial. McClain was freed along with two other San Quentin inmates, Ruchell Magee and William Christmas, who were present at the trial as witnesses. Jackson and the prisoners took Haley and four other people hostage and attempted to escape.

Haley, Jackson, McClain and Christmas were killed as the abductors attempted to drive away from the courthouse. Haley was apparently hit by fire from a sawed-off shotgun that had been fastened to his neck with adhesive tape by the abductors. Two of the other hostages were wounded.[1]

Photographs of the event were taken by news photographers Jim Kean and Roger Bockrath.[1][2] The best-known photograph by Bockrath shows McClain leading out the hostages, pointing a revolver at police with his right hand while holding a shotgun taped around Haley's neck with his left hand.

The police investigation determined that the shotgun used had been owned by Angela Davis. Charges were brought against Davis and Magee, the sole survivor among the abductors. The case was appealed during trial in Magee v. Superior Court (34 Cal. App.3d 201) (1973) on the issue of permitting former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark to join the defense team. Davis was acquitted while Magee was convicted for Haley's kidnapping and murder and sentenced to life imprisonment, which he is serving in Corcoran State Prison.


Johathan Jackson was George Jacksons younger brother. (Jackson of Soledad Brother & San Quentin Six infamy) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Jackson_(Black_Panther)

I have the honor of helping to ensure that Hugo Pinell, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugo_Pinell last of the San Quentin Six, remains locked up in CA's Pelican Bay State Prison.

The violence of these individuals and the Black Panthers was the worst of what the Sixties turned into as socialist dogma came to the fore front in that era.

We should never forget that people like Barack Obama and the leaders of the Democratic party see these violent people as heros of the revolution, to be held up as an inspiration.
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#3872003 - 03/07/10 08:40 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: Siskiyous6]
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#3872049 - 03/07/10 08:58 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: Siskiyous6]
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there's a hell of a lot worse than Hugo locked up in Pelican Bay. That's probably the worst hell-hole this side of the New Mexico Pen.

Sycamore
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#3875425 - 03/08/10 08:09 PM Re: Shotgun wired to his head. [Re: Sycamore]
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Originally Posted By: Sycamore
there's a hell of a lot worse than Hugo locked up in Pelican Bay. That's probably the worst hell-hole this side of the New Mexico Pen.

Sycamore


True we have some real losers here, but Hugo is probably the closest thing to what the left would consider to be a "Political Prisoner". And, the only one I know of who fits this threads topic.

It is amazing how inocuous some of the worst ones seem to be in the prison environment.

We have the role model for the "Silence of the Lambs" series, and he seems like a polite old man, until you tell him no. Then he morphs into pure rage. It is something about evil humans that too many in our society have never seen, fortunately for them, never seen, and have a hard time believing exists.
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