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    Old Texans see the need for armed security

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    Down in the Texas bayou they still like to gather, but only do so when an armed man is watching their back.

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    Off-Duty Texas Deputy Shoots, Kills Man Wielding Knife At Knights Of Columbus Hall


    NEEDVILLE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – An off-duty Houston-area deputy shot and killed a knife-wielding man during a private event at a fraternal lodge, sheriff’s officials said Monday, June 7.

    In a statement, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office said the deputy was working security when the incident happened Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Needville, 38 miles southeast of Houston.

    The deputy, said to be a veteran sergeant with the sheriff’s office, encountered a 24-year-old knife-wielding man involved in a disturbance with others attending the event.



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    Arms are the only true badges of liberty. The possession of arms is the distinction of a free man from a slave. — Andrew Fletcher 1698

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    Democrats where are you on this? We obviously need a law passed stating that 24 year old men NOT be allowed to touch a knife. That would solve the problem!

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