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Cripple Fights

Police Question Armless Man In Neighbor's Death

SNELLVILLE, Ga. -- Police questioned an armless man Monday about the death of his neighbor.

Relatives of Charles Keith Teer, 47, claim he died after the armless man head-butted and kicked Teer during a fight.

The two men lived across the street from each other on Pine Street in the Atlanta suburb.

Teer's relatives told police the men were arguing over a woman.

Teer's sister said the armless man attacked her brother.

"They got into a big confrontation, a verbal confrontation and a fist fight and he came after my brother, he came with full force, and head butted him as hard as he could," said Lynn Elliot.

She said Teer collapsed and died a short time after the fight.

Police questioned the armless neighbor, and will decide by Tuesday afternoon if any charges will be filed, according to Lt. Robert Stevens of the Snellville Police Department.

Man. Beat to death by an armless guy. BURN! It's just as well he died instead of living with that sort of humiliation and shame. That's the sort of pathetic ass-whooping that would require your friends and enemies to come up with new and insulting nicknames mocking your prowess.

While on the subject of cripples fighting, I think it's time to cash in on America's obsession with fighting/blood sports and its embrace of dark humor. There are plenty of people now who are watching ultimate fighting on tv, pay per view, and at live events. Just think of the market you could have if you introduced Cripple Fights! A guy with no arms versus a guy with no legs. No prosthetics, no holds barred, no MERCY. Maybe I should see if I can find a couple of people willing to back my venture and give the guy in the news story a ring. He sounds like a prime contender.
Tags: crime/law, cripple fights, news

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