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post #1 of 22 Old 01-05-2018, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Man confesses to killing neighbor clearing snow from his driveway

I believe we had a thread about this issue last winter.
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A Michigan man charged with murdering his neighbor confessed to killing the woman after seeing her blowing snow out of his driveway, court records show.
https://nypost.com/2018/01/05/man-co...-his-driveway/
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Being from west Michigan this has been all over the news. They were saying that this guy was "that neighbor" he was constantly getting into it with all his neighbors, cops being called to his house all the time....a real piece of work.
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Uuuhhhhgggg....................................... ....................................

A simple thank you and an offer for dinner at mortons or ruth criss steak house would have been more appropriate.

I do not know what possesses someone to do this.
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Article says it's an easement which is shared use - she didn't need his consent. And no, coming up behind anyone and shooting them in the back of the head and dumping the body is not the proper reaction, even if she 'should have asked permission' for something as mundane as having the SHARED driveway accessible. We're supposed to be civilized. Hopefully this guy is thrown away for the rest of his life - he doesn't belong out in the world with the rest of us.
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are you saying there is something wrong with this?

she should have asked permission.

With all do respect orangputeh, it's a sad day in this world, when one has to ask to be nice to someone else.
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are you saying there is something wrong with this?

she should have asked permission.
Yes I am saying there is something wrong with this. You don't need to ask permission to be nice and courteous. Anyone who thinks they do should have been the one shot, not this poor good hearted woman.
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In this case Shared means more than 1 person having the rights to use by covenants as recorded on their deeds.
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I thought the Article said she was clearing a Common Easement ?
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Jeesh, makes me second guess helping the neighbors out next time
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