|Last Laugh! Re: Texas Officials Wary of Plan to Hunt by Internet|
19 Nov 2004 14:04:55 -0800
You think Internet HUNTING is bad? Take the concept to its logical|
conclusion ... (some fun with cut and paste techniques).
By Jeff Franks
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Killers soon may be able to sit at their computers
A controversial Web site, http://www.live-shot.com, already offers
U.S. Government officials are not quite sure what to make of
"This is the first one I've seen," said senior FBI agent Mike Berger.
Underwood, an estimator for a San Antonio, Texas auto body shop, has
The idea came last year while viewing another Web site on which
Internet killing could be popular with the disabled unable to get out
Berger said state law only covers "regulated people" such as U.S.
He has proposed a rule that will come up for public discussion in
Berger expressed reservations about remote control killing, but noted
"First it was rocks and clubs, then we sharpened it and put it on a
Underwood, 39, said he will offer human killing as soon as he gets a
He said an attendant would retrieve shot people for the shooters, who
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