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Michael

In Reply To
MysteryMan

Subj: Re: Problem here thoguh...
Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 05:09:10 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Problem here thoguh...
Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 04:16:39 pm EDT

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> > > he wasnt trying to arrest them for stealing the quinjet. it was because they were still unregistered.
> > > ok and since were not supposed to ignore any crimes committed then why dont we get tony to arrest himself for hiring someone to try to assasinate an ambassador to facilitate the signing of the shra? or am i just "making this thing up" as youre so prone to say?
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> > Yes your making this up...Tony never hired someone to assasinate an ambassador...try again, but with something that actually happened this time.
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> It's been implied that Stark did, in fact, use Norman Osborn to assassinate the Atlantean Ambassador in Front Line. Of course, that wasn't ever confirmed, but we were clearly supposed to believe it.
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> TJB

he wasnt assasinated and if you go with the "supposed part Tony had in it"...the result was many lives saved and it still not being a "real assasination" attempt.

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> > > > he wasnt trying to arrest them for stealing the quinjet. it was because they were still unregistered.
> > > > ok and since were not supposed to ignore any crimes committed then why dont we get tony to arrest himself for hiring someone to try to assasinate an ambassador to facilitate the signing of the shra? or am i just "making this thing up" as youre so prone to say?
> > >
> > > Yes your making this up...Tony never hired someone to assasinate an ambassador...try again, but with something that actually happened this time.
> >
> > It's been implied that Stark did, in fact, use Norman Osborn to assassinate the Atlantean Ambassador in Front Line. Of course, that wasn't ever confirmed, but we were clearly supposed to believe it.
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> >
> > TJB
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> he wasnt assasinated and if you go with the "supposed part Tony had in it"...the result was many lives saved and it still not being a "real assasination" attempt.
It's still illegal. If you shoot someone without their consent, even if the judge believes that you didn't intend to kill him, even if you come up with some cockamamie excuse about how it will save lives, you'll usually be sentenced to a long prison term.
Michael


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