Ex-Marine held without bond in shooting of Florida family


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God, guns and meth. Horrible.

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Was it Biden’s failed withdrawal from Afghanistan and the resulting deaths to 13 military that pushed this vet over the edge?

Nope. That was actually pointed out by the Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd

"Bryan Riley, Polk County Shooting Suspect: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know"

Judd said there are no known communications that tied this conduct to our last couple of weeks in Afghanistan, referencing the military’s withdrawal from the country and the death of 13 service members, including Marines.

He did though at one point worked for the mercenary outfit used to be known as Blackwater

After he was honorably discharged from the Marines he spent time in the Reserves, and was also a guard team supervisor for Academi, a private military contractor originally founded by retired Navy SEAL Erik Prince as Blackwater

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The joy of being a big sister to her new born brother, gone.

Her mother and grandmother gone.

Their deaths due to a drugged up gun carrying nut case.


Officers heard cries for help inside the home but were unsure whether there were additional shooters and feared the home was booby-trapped.

............................................................... Still, one officer rushed in and grabbed the wounded girl,


That officer deserves a medal.


Riley's girlfriend told investigators he was never violent but had become increasingly erratic.

Bryan Riley may have a mental illness and that he told investigators said he was high on methamphetamines at the time. His girlfriend said had been saying for weeks that he could communicate directly with God


methamphetamines. Any who take that must be mental. If not before, but for sure after taking it..


He fought for his country in Afghanistan and Iraq,” said Judd. “And this morning he’s a cold-blooded killer.


How many have returned those wars and not been changed by what they saw and did there ?

How many more will become a Bryan Riley and kill innocent people ?

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White ex-Marine in Florida with ‘legal’ firearms…crickets from you know who.

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