It was Gabby Franco at her finest, but it was also clean professional shooting by a skilled marks-person.
William's comment was the equivalent of him saying to Gabby, "That was pretty good...
Nida told police he invited 17-year-old Immanuel Pursel to also sell marijuana to Cook.
When the two went to meet Cook the night of March 22 in South Daytona, Nida became suspicious and hid the marijuana in a bush before picking Cook up, the report states.
Then Gabby Franco decided to send us all on an emotional roller coaster, thinking that we might have to watch the rest of the season without her.
She kept us guessing right up to the last row of steel targets but in the end, fellow "All Star", Kyle Sumpter put it best, when he called it, She sent home one of her closest friends, Chee Kwan.
This seemed to be a sweet flip, considering he was the shooter to end Gabby's run on Top Shot season 4.
Arends said Cook could have cooperated more quickly.“It broke my heart to know that it was somebody that was so young,” Arends told the judge about Cook.
“But at the same time, I look at what it’s done to my son.
It missed his heart by a half an inch.”Doctors have told her it would be more dangerous to remove the bullet.