Question: If I was blind and ran over someone with my car, can I still keep my drivers license and keep driving too?
Answer: Only if the car was a 2nd Amendment Right! AND if it was in FLORIDA!
Naturally... he was found innocent under the Stand Your Ground law. Funny how his "dangerous" buddy let him go to another to get a rifle. Wasn't he under attack the whole time?
Favorite quote of the article:
"The family has been through enough, and I have been through enough, and I would like to retire, put this behind me and move forward," Rogers said.Florida. Go figure.
Four years ago, Rogers was accused of shooting at his cousin.