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Man Shoots And Kills Son Over Cable TV

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We all have our preferences when it comes to cable, rabbit ears or dish but apparently some take it a little too far.

We learned on The Morning Sideshow that 84 year old Pang Se Vang of Minneapolis shot and killed his son because the son wouldn’t pay for the cable TV.

According to the charges, Pang and his son were arguing and he then grabbed his shotgun and shot his son which killed him in the process.

To keep from having to go to court for the charge of murder, Pang stabbed himself. He stated “did not want to settle the issue in court.” He had plans to settle with his son in the afterlife.

I can see it now, in the afterlife they’ll be fighting over the remote.

 

 

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