A USAF member was shot point-blank by a Moonbat on Independence Day. I guess that "supporting the troops" pose is starting to become to difficult to pull off.
An airman from McGuire Air Force Base was in critical condition after being shot by another man who then turned the gun on himself and committed suicide, officials said.
According to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office, Matthew J. Marren, 22, of Pennsauken, drove to the Willingboro home that the airman, Jonathan Schrieken, 22, was renting at about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Marren got out of his vehicle and shot Schrieken, who was outside the house, one time in the chest, using a small-caliber firearm. Marren then turned the gun on himself.
Two cowardly acts in a row and now the pig gets his reward. However, in the meantime, the airman is in critical condition and needs our prayers.
(Thanks to LGF, which received a note with more detail from an acquaintance of the airman.)
TO PARAPHRASE MYSELF: If Marren's family is smart, they'll put him in an unmarked grave. Otherwise, there will be a lot of GIs there to mark it personally--with used beer.
UPDATE: SrA Schrieken is on the mend, in serious, but stable, condition.