A Missouri man has been charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and armed criminal action after shooting a fellow barbershop patron during a bizarre argument over last week's Sandy Hook tragedy.
According to the Associated Press, a customer at All Cuts Barbershop in Wentzville, MO, said that he wanted to kill shooter Adam Lanza, even though Lanza is already dead. For reasons beyond us, 57-year-old Lester Davis took offense to the comment, replying "You want to murder me?" Davis went to his car, retrieved his pistol and fired three shots at the man. No one was injured.
After turning himself in to police, Davis remains in jail on $400,000 bond.