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Does killing someone by a "atomic wedgie" warrant a murder charge?


33-year old Brad Lee Davis has been charged with murder, after allegedly killing a relative by giving him an atomic wedgie. According to officials, the two were arguing when Davis pulled the victim's underwear over his head, which led to suffocation. Although there is indeed a dead victim in this event, I personally have a problem believing anyone would actually plan out a murder via any kind of wedgie. Do you feel this incident warrants a murder charge, or do you think manslaughter or some other lesser charge is more appropriate?

 

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    Beth Perry (bethperry) 3 years ago

    I wouldn't be overly surprised, lol!

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