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    Because there wasn’t a judge or lawyer involved.....

    Oregon Killer Shoots at Oncoming Traffic, Gets Run Over by Truck
    An Oregon killer who fatally shot a restaurant cook and opened fire at motorists on Interstate 5 was then run over by a good guy in a truck over the weekend.


    According to KSBW, it all began last Saturday when 50-year-old Neal Norman of Pacific Grove, Calif. walked into Callahan’s Lodge in Ashland, Ore. to use a phone in the lobby after his car ran out of gas. It’s unknown if he reached anybody by phone, but he soon walked out of the establishment, got a rifle from his vehicle, walked back into the lodge’s kitchen, and shot the cook—40-year-old Ryan Bagley—to death.

    Norman took off in Bagley’s car. When he reached I-5, he got out, stood in the middle of the highway, and pointed his rifle at oncoming traffic.

    Here’s what happened next, via the Jackson County Sheriff Sheriff’s Office press release:

    The first vehicle known to encounter Norman was a gray 2015 Ram Crew Cab pickup driven by Thomas Bradley Moxon, 49, of Eagle Point. Moxon initially stopped when he encountered the Subaru parked in the roadway. Norman then appeared and shot at Moxon’s vehicle, hitting it at least three times. Moxon drove forward and struck Norman with his vehicle, causing fatal injuries. A juvenile was also present in the pickup and witnessed the incident. Moxon drove a short distance to safe location, and then called 911 to report that he had struck a man with a gun on the roadway.
    http://www.personaldefenseworld.com/...oregon-killer/
    Dispite our best intentions, the system is dysfunctional that intelligence failure is guaranteed.
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    Pacific Grove man's killer hailed as 'heroic' by Oregon sheriff

    PACIFIC GROVE, Calif. —
    A Pacific Grove man was identified as the gunman who carried out a chaotic, bizarre, and seemly random homicide in Oregon over the weekend.

    Jackson County Sheriff Nathan Sickler described a quick-thinking motorist as "very heroic" for taking down Neal Brian Norman on Interstate 5.
    Deputies said the 50-year-old Pacific Grove man was randomly shooting at passing vehicles when one driver ran Norman over.

    The Sheriff's Office said the incident began Saturday when Norman's car ran out of gas near Callahan's Lodge.

    Norman first walked into the lodge to use a phone in the lobby. It's unclear who he called or if he reached anyone on the phone. He then retrieved a rifle from his white Honda Accord, entered the lodge's kitchen, and shot a cook to death.

    The slain cook was identified as Ryan Paul Bagley, 40, of Ashland, Orgeon.
    Bagley and Norman did not know each other, investigators said.

    Norman stole the cook's maroon Subaru Legacy, drove five miles to Interstate 5, and stood in the middle of the highway with his rifle pointed at on-coming vehicles, the Jackson County Sheriff's Office said.
    By the time another employee found Bagley on the floor in the kitchen and called 911, deputies and Oregon State Police troopers were already responding to an incident on Interstate 5. Detectives say Norman had driven Bagley’s car south on Interstate 5 and stopped north of the 1-mile marker. He positioned the car in the middle of the roadway, turning to face oncoming (southbound) traffic. He got out of the car, armed with a rifle, and apparently waited for traffic to approach," the Sheriff's Office said.

    Thomas Bradley Moxon, 49, of Eagle Point, Oregon, was one of the first drivers to encounter the gunman. Moxon's gray Ram Crew Cab pickup was struck by at least three bullets, deputies aid.

    As Norman was firing, Moxon ran the gunman over, killing him, deputies said.

    "We’re thankful for that individual and his ability to act under pressure,” Sickler told the Mail Tribune. “I think he prevented other tragedy.”

    The Sheriff's Office said Moxon will not likely face criminal charges.

    "A juvenile was also present in the pickup and witnessed the incident. Moxon drove a short distance to safe location, and then called 911 to report that he had struck a man with a gun on the roadway," the Sheriff Office said.

    Detectives spoke with Norman’s family members.

    "They were surprised by the incident, but stated that he had undiagnosed mental health issues," the Sheriff's Office said.

    Norman had no prior contacts with law enforcement in Jackson County. A criminal records search shows Norman had no criminal history in Monterey County other than two traffic citations in 2005 and 2008.

    Detectives would like to hear from anyone who may have had contact with Norman in the hours leading up to the homicide and highway shooting. Call detectives at 541-774-6800.

    The full press release from the Jackson County Sheriff's Office is below:
    http://www.ksbw.com/article/pacific-...eriff/12767451
    Dispite our best intentions, the system is dysfunctional that intelligence failure is guaranteed.
    Russ Travers, CIA analyst, 2001

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