Second Road Rage Incident Ends Badly For Killer

posted on August 13, 2016

A Florida man who had just been released from prison for a road rage killing  more than a decade ago met his fate on Wednesday in another road rage incident—this one involving a legal gun owner.

According to local police, Gary Lynn Durham had just been released from prison after serving 11 years for killing a man in a road rage incident in 2001. On Tuesday, Durham was involved in a similar incident, where he stopped his car, got out and was menacingly approaching another vehicle. During the ensuing argument, the other driver warned Durham to stay back, but when he continued to approach the man shot him.

Local media reports said that people who knew Durham were not surprised by Wednesday’s encounter, saying they knew it was bound to happen because of his anger issues and violent tendencies. In the earlier incident, Durham had punched another driver so hard that he was comatose for days before dying.

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