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Old 06-05-2006, 07:22 PM   #1
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DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -- Believing a Philadelphia man was acting in self-defense, a grand jury chose not to charge him in the fatal Easter shooting of one man and seriously wounding another, according to its investigation released yesterday.

According to the report, Randy Dillon, 25, of the 1400 block of Riverside Drive, Philadelphia, was parked at the Wawa gas station on Route 1 in Bensalem, Pa. on March 27 at 1:45 a.m. when he was attacked by a group of
17- to 20-year-old Philadelphia residents who were drinking and partying at the Neshaminy Motor Inn.

"I think it is important for the public to know the truth as to what happened. Based upon our inquiry, we find that Randy Dillon acted in self-defense and should not be charged with any offense in the matter. We find that the individuals who assaulted Dillon initiated the physical confrontation," said the grand jury report.

"Randy Dillon was standing outside the Wawa talking to another person about their cars when two girls pulled into the parking lot," said District Attorney Diane Gibbons.

"Dillon remarked that the girls were driving erratically and the men in the car following the girls got out and started confronting Mr. Dillon and it became a verbal argument.

"Here we have one guy against eight people. They all gathered around him. They acted with a packed mentality," Gibbons said. "Dillon showed them he had a gun, loaded a bullet in the chamber, but the group continued to be aggressive, even after he fired a warning shot into the air."

Dillon had a valid permit to carry a gun saying he felt better with one because he lived in Philadelphia, Gibbons said.

The group, which included Philadelphia residents Robert Kilmer, Vincent Leporace, Ryan Clement, Alex Ryzinski, Matthew Taylor, Matthew Bateman and Kristen Gaspero, knocked Dillon down and proceeded to kick and beat Dillon, fearing for his life and that he may sustain serious injury, fired a gun into the person who was directly on top of him.

The shot killed Matthew Taylor, 19, of Sheffield Avenue.

He broke away, the angry group followed and Dillon fired a shot in the direction of the group, striking Ryzinski, 19, of Rhawn Street. He survived.

The attackers said they went to the Wawa to get something to eat, and were not looking for trouble, said Taylorís stepfather Robert Tausenfreundt, who said he believes the fight ensued after Dillon fired shots.

"The evidence backed up Dillonís version of what happened. The grand jury actually wanted to charge the people who beat up Mr. Dillon, but there was no way we could identify who they were," Gibbons said.

Tausenfreundt was not pleased and said his wife was very upset.

"I donít understand. I canít believe nothing is going to happen to him. Itís unbelievable to me," Tausenfreundt said.

"Something is not right here."


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whats not right is that his son was a punk thug .......and whats right was that he got educated in a permanent way.
I'd bet good money the little doesnt do that again
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, you posted it 3 times in a row lol
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A story so nice, you posted it thrice?
hahahahhahahaha, I didnt even notice!
I copied the article link and pasted and it blinked but didnt show the link, so I did it again and it blinked again, so I finally copied from the email I got and pasted the link, didnt even snap!
funny stuff ima tard
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glad he kept out of any trouble. one for the jury.
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i hope it hurt, i hope he died thinking i dont wanna die, little ***got wont be fuggin with anybody again, he was probly tryin ti impress somebody i hope it was worth on im and good ridence, as for the rest of their , i think i may have shot all their in the knee caps
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what a way to die tho ,acting an ... shame
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i would have popped each one that was on me... **** that...
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Hate to say It Im sure all of em were drunk as ! And since it seems all were minors well that just doesnt look good for them either. Takes a pretty drunk dude to STILL want to fight somone even after they show you hes packing.
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even after he fired a warning shot. they must have been drunk or on drugs..
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i feel even though he was cleared of any wrong, , he shouldnt have acted like deputy dog and said to the girls which precipitated the fight and subsequent shooting. IMO , because he was packing, he felt his were big enough to say to a total stranger at a fukn gas station. The girls and the guys in the car behind the girls were minding their own business and this guy mouthed off at them "driving erratically"???? Now a young man is dead and we will never know. He is as bad as the thugs who were gonna beat his . Up until he "remarked" about the erratic driving there was no harm, no foul. If he was alone, who was he remarking to. The same people who were gonna beat his punk till he shot the group?
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i feel even though he was cleared of any wrong, , he shouldnt have acted like deputy dog and said to the girls which precipitated the fight and subsequent shooting. IMO , because he was packing, he felt his were big enough to say to a total stranger at a fukn gas station. The girls and the guys in the car behind the girls were minding their own business and this guy mouthed off at them "driving erratically"???? Now a young man is dead and we will never know. He is as bad as the thugs who were gonna beat his . Up until he "remarked" about the erratic driving there was no harm, no foul. If he was alone, who was he remarking to. The same people who were gonna beat his punk till he shot the group?
oh please, they were wrong no matter how you look at it. there is no reason for their violence. If I say you suck to your face, still does not justify your laying hands on me. they were wrong, no matter what brought them to that point.
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i didnt even realize he said something to them, just seemed like he said they were driving crazy and the dudes overheard him... it does make more since that way tho. either way they were being dangerous and so they needed something to be said.
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i feel even though he was cleared of any wrong, , he shouldnt have acted like deputy dog and said to the girls which precipitated the fight and subsequent shooting. IMO , because he was packing, he felt his were big enough to say to a total stranger at a fukn gas station. The girls and the guys in the car behind the girls were minding their own business and this guy mouthed off at them "driving erratically"???? Now a young man is dead and we will never know. He is as bad as the thugs who were gonna beat his . Up until he "remarked" about the erratic driving there was no harm, no foul. If he was alone, who was he remarking to. The same people who were gonna beat his punk till he shot the group?
I agree, if your gonna say something take an beating if you can't hang. But the pack mentality has gotten more than one person dead...........shouldn't happen but it has and will again.
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[quote=ScooterTrash]oh please, they were wrong no matter how you look at it. there is no reason for their violence. If I say you suck to your face, still does not justify your laying hands on me. they were wrong, no matter what brought them to that point.[/quote:laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6

I'm sorry. I just dont agree with them damm illegals!
The only ones who know for sure if there could have been a different outcome is the shooter, the dead and wounded, and .

And I dont think i would ever give you a reason to say I suck to my face.
I am too nice of a guy:laughing6 :laughing6
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i didnt even realize he said something to them, just seemed like he said they were driving crazy and the dudes overheard him... it does make more since that way tho. either way they were being dangerous and so they needed something to be said.
Read the story again.

this was in Philly. You ever talked to somebody from Philly? A simple remark is like fighting words to them.
YO!! you talking to me? You must be talking to me, cause I dont see nobody else standing here, yo.

My whole point is that he was justified in his self defense because he was being beaten by 8 people. But he acted like billy bob badass because he was packing and thought he was gonna "remark" about someones driving and keep the public safe all by himself.. If he felt the public and his own safety was in danger by the actions of the girls driving, he shoulda called the police and let them do their thing. But thats just the way I woulda handled it.
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