Men Wounded By Nail Gun Charges: Police – Police & Fire – Montgomery, Il Patch

Nailer Review Site For Nail Gun Enthusiasts Has New Comparison Tables – WBAY

Police initially received a report of gunshot victims at the Family Dollar store, 1337 Douglas Road, where the two men went to call for help after the accident. But it turned out the men had been struck by exploding nail gun charges, police said. “They threw some nail gun charges in their bonfire and it exploded,” Montgomery Police Chief Daniel Meyers said.
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Phone hacking trial told of cruel campaign to nail Rebekah Brooks | Mail Online

Brooks, who arrived at the Old Bailey today with friends and family including Charlie Brooks (right), has been the subject of significant media attention, Jonathan Laidlaw QC told the court in his closing speech today

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Man holds up Sunnynook bank with nail gun – Aucklander – The Aucklander News

The man is seen in this CCTV footage holding up the Kiwibank in Sunnynook with a nail gun. Photo: Supplied

He said: The case has been conducted against the backdrop of significant attention from the media, and attention from the media in all its modern forms. Opinions have been expressed with views running from criticism and comment through inaccuracy and bias to downright cruelty and vitriol. During seven months of evidence, Mr Laidlaw said prosecutors had failed to prove their case against the 45-year-old, despite twisting and turning the evidence. At least one witness had lied in their evidence, he said, and police had misled jurors to protect what is the ultimate prosecution theory in this case: Rebekah Brooks must be guilty, no matter what.
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Photo: Supplied Police want to speak to good samaritan who assisted following bank robbery. Shortly after 1pm yesterday afternoon, a man armed with a nail gun entered the Kiwibank on Sunnynook Road, Sunnynook. Police said he pointed the nailgun at the teller and demanded money. He then left the bank with a sum of money and fled. No-one was injured. A staff member chased the offender and flagged down a passing motorist, who was driving on nearby Cockayne Avenue.
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