Its about time! I would have done the same. I am glad he is now back with his
family and friends.
So he shot someone that was no danger to him. Spent several years in prison, and
was bankrupted by lawyer fees and a civil suit. And you think it was the right
thing to do. I would have called the cops, which is what he now says he should
I'm glad they let him out.
So Campos is out of prison and Serbeck is in prison? The first
shall be last and the last shall be first.
Lib 1, you obviously didn't read the article and find that Serbeck is in
prison for sexual offenses. Or do you think it's ok for an adult male to
have sex with a 17 year old girl?
mcclark,While I agree with most of what you have said, and echo the
general sentiment that, in hindsight, some poor choices were made (by both
parties), I have to disagree with your first statement ("So he shot someone
that was no danger to him"). David Serbeck was also armed that night
(which, incidentally, is a violation of law enforcement-sanctioned mobile
neighborhood watch rules), had his handgun in hand, and apparently had just
chambered a round. Now, you might argue that the jury didn't see it that
way, but I would counter that there was evidence that was deemed inadmissible
during the trial, that has since become public, that would lead me to believe
that the jury (and judge) got it wrong.I know the Campos family
personally, and am just glad that they can move forward with their lives, now
that this ordeal is behind them.
they should both mind their own bussiness and call police for this stuff. the
whole concealed arms thing was bad i have one just because crazy guys like this
do. i never pull my firearm out at all. should be more intent than this was
Welcome back to the real world Mr. Campos!(p.s., your assumption
about serbeck was/is correct)!