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Old 04-09-2013, 05:21 PM  
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2-year-old stabbed to death, father arrested

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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Noblesville medics were called to a home on Wednesday after a 2-year-old was stabbed in the head, officials said. Authorities have confirmed the child has died.

Police have arrested 30-year-old Micah Harrison on a preliminary charge of murder. Harrison is the father of the victim.

The child has been identified as 2-year-old Michael Harrison.

Police say the Harrisons were visiting extended family in the area.

The incident happened around 4:45 p.m. at an apartment on 14924 Waterlily Drive.

Neighbors told 24-Hour News 8 they saw a number of children outside playing Wednesday afternoon on snow piles. They said they saw a little boy fall, get in trouble, and they say they saw him get spanked by a man.

Soon after that, police were called to the apartment complex, after a call that a two year old had been stabbed in the head with a knife.

Authorities say they found two year old Michael Harrison suffering from significant trauma to the head.

Soon after that, neighbors said they saw police detain a man on the ground.

“We saw the cops take him out and then put him on the ground,” said neighbor Jordan Hardister.

“He was just laying there on the ground, and the cops had a gun to him saying, put your hands up,” said neighbor Alex Carstens.

Police say they’re not sure what transpired inside the apartment. They say there were multiple people, adults and children, inside at the time, including Micah and Michael Harrison.

Neighbors also say they saw police carry two small girls from the home shortly after the incident.

Micah Harrison was arrested last March in Baldwin County, Alabama, for failure to appear. He has also faced charges of menacing.

It’s not clear who lives inside the Noblesville apartment. Neighbors believe it to be a couple who had only lived there for about six months.

Police say the two year old’s mother also lives in Alabama.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:30 PM   #16
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Is getting stabbed in the heart any less lethal than getting shot through the heart?

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You can't seriously be trying to make this argument.

Yes, I'm sure in specific locations, a toothpick could be just as lethal as a bullet. But you have to admit that in general, a bullet fired from a gun is more lethal than a knife.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:34 PM   #17
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You can't seriously be trying to make this argument.

Yes, I'm sure in specific locations, a toothpick could be just as lethal as a bullet. But you have to admit that in general, a bullet fired from a gun is more lethal than a knife.
And anything in the hands of the wrong person is lethal. So what is your point?
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:36 PM   #18
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You can't seriously be trying to make this argument.

Yes, I'm sure in specific locations, a toothpick could be just as lethal as a bullet. But you have to admit that in general, a bullet fired from a gun is more lethal than a knife.
Other than the velocity, why would it be more lethal? Certainly more kinetic energy, but less mass.

But, sure, this isn't exactly one of my areas of expertise.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:38 PM   #19
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Other than the velocity, why would it be more lethal? Certainly more kinetic energy, but less mass.

But, sure, this isn't exactly one of my areas of expertise.
Guns are evil and are scarier....that's why.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:49 PM   #20
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Is getting stabbed in the heart any less lethal than getting shot through the heart?

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Are you talking a machete or a pocket knife. A lot of variation there. But regardless of the physics (mass and velocity of a bullet means it is far more likely to pierce many more anatomical structures), let's look at it from a simpler perspective.

What is easier to defend, a guy lunging at you with a knife, or shooting you with a gun from 10 feet or greater?

Now, I'm not trying to make a case for the gun control debate, because I think guns are appropriate in the hands of law-abiding citizens. I just wish you guys would go about arguing that in a different way.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:52 PM   #21
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Are you talking a machete or a pocket knife. A lot of variation there. But regardless of the physics (mass and velocity of a bullet means it is far more likely to pierce many more anatomical structures), let's look at it from a simpler perspective.

What is easier to defend, a guy lunging at you with a knife, or shooting you with a gun from 10 feet or greater?

Now, I'm not trying to make a case for the gun control debate, because I think guns are appropriate in the hands of law-abiding citizens. I just wish you guys would go about arguing that in a different way.
Indeed. .22 or a .50? Bayonet or a pocket knife. The dickhead in Texas today apparently used a scalpel. Yes, a scalpel.

Beyond those variables, obviously the "benefit" of firearms is being able to project force. That's why they were invented.

* EDIT * Oh, and you never answered me in the recent homosexual thread.
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Old 04-09-2013, 06:57 PM   #22
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And anything in the hands of the wrong person is lethal. So what is your point?
Umm... My point is that guns are more lethal than knives and trying to argue otherwise is intellectually dishonest.
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Indeed. .22 or a .50? Bayonet or a pocket knife. The dickhead in Texas today apparently used a scalpel. Yes, a scalpel.

Beyond those variables, obviously the "benefit" of firearms is being able to project force. That's why they were invented.

* EDIT * Oh, and you never answered me in the recent homosexual thread.
Sure, yeah, agree. But, across the board, I would venture to say a bullet would pierce more structures and more importantly be harder to defend against, obviously. Thus, guns are more deadly. That's all I'm saying.

And you're so far off base in that thread that I see no common ground between us, so we will disagree either way. I didn't want to expend the energy and time on someone who has clearly made up their mind.
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Sure, yeah, agree. But, across the board, I would venture to say a bullet would pierce more structures and more importantly be harder to defend against, obviously. Thus, guns are more deadly. That's all I'm saying.
I wasn't really taking into account the defense aspect, but yeah, unless you are Bruce Leroy, catching bullets with your teeth is highly problematic.

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And you're so far off base in that thread that I see no common ground between us, so we will disagree either way. I didn't want to expend the energy and time on someone who has clearly made up their mind.
I don't see where I'm either off-base or ignorant (your words) in that other thread. So, please elaborate or retract. Thanks.
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Umm... My point is that guns are more lethal than knives and trying to argue otherwise is intellectually dishonest.
Trying to argue that guns are dangerous is intellectually dishonest~
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Trying to argue that guns are dangerous is intellectually dishonest~
Really? Do you think its ok for kids to play with guns?

How in the **** can anyone say guns aren't dangerous?
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Trying to argue that guns are (universally) dangerous is intellectually dishonest~
Is that what you meant?

Because guns are dangerous in the hands of the wrong people.
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Umm... My point is that guns are more lethal than knives and trying to argue otherwise is intellectually dishonest.
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You can't seriously be trying to make this argument.

Yes, I'm sure in specific locations, a toothpick could be just as lethal as a bullet. But you have to admit that in general, a bullet fired from a gun is more lethal than a knife.
Some of these arguments are mind boggling.
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Wait. Is someone seriously trying to say guns aren't any more lethal than knives?
Yes. They really are.
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