“While guarding a turtle’s nest, Tamarac’s Stan Pannaman got shot with his own gun Friday night,” miamiherald.com reports. Nope. This isn’t a story about a negligent discharge. Well, actually, it may be. You be the judge. “According to Broward Sheriff’s Office, the 72-year-old Pannaman and Fort Lauderdale’s Doug Young, 77, both members of the South Florida Audubon Society, went to the Lauderdale-by-the-Sea beach to watch over a turtle egg nest. They encountered Michael McAuliffe [above] and a confrontation ensued.” Keep in mind that McAuliffe is 38-yeards-old with a rap sheet for . . .
beating-up old people: “The most recent of McAuliffe’s three felony convictions included two counts of battery on a person 65 or older.” Not to mention a misdemeanor conviction for indecent exposure.
OK. Got the picture? Two nature-loving septuagenarians hit the beach at night to guard a turtle’s nest. They bump into a convicted felon with a tendency to beat up old folks and show people his private parts. And then, according to sun-sentinel.com . . .
“There was a man sitting on a bench at the entrance of the beach who was giving off profanity,” said Young, 64, of Tamarac. “He got …read more
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