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  • Unreasonable Things: The Story of Marvin Heemeyer

    Man who bulldozed through Colo. town is dead

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  • "Tread" documentary revisits the 2004 "Killdozer" rampage

    Feb 08, 2020 · A police officer looks over the armored bulldozer the day after Marvin Heemeyer drove it through Granby on June 4, 2004, wrecking or damaging a number of buildings. Heemeyer killed himself after

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  • Marvin Heemeyer - Proof that Micro Stresses Can Cause

    Oct 28, 2020 · On June 4, 2004, a muffler repairman named Marvin Heemeyer said goodbye to his repair shop in the manliest way possible. He drove a custom-fitted armored bulldozer through the wall. Then he turned his homemade tank on his mortal enemy, the man who had fought and won the rights to build a concrete mixing plant on Marvin's property.

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  • Comments on: Marvin Heemeyer's Armored Bulldozer

    I debated this with my friends, one of which owns and FNC, and no, that's an FN FAL in .308, not an FNC. The FNC has a charging handle and the stock is different.

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  • This Man Barely Escaped Killdozer's Path. Now He's Written

    May 24, 2018 · Provided by Patrick Brower Marvin Heemeyer's homemade tank, "Killdozer.". Patrick Brower's first thought when he saw the steel-armored bulldozer plowing …

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  • Netflix documentary "Tread" digs into Marvin Heemeyer's

    Sep 08, 2020 · A crowd of onlookers watches as a makeshift armored bulldozer is loaded onto a tractor-trailer after being extracted from the rubble of a warehouse in Granby, Colo., Saturday afternoon, June 5, 2004. Muffler shop owner Marvin Heemeyer was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound inside the machine he built. (AP Photo/Peter M. Fredin)

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  • AUDIO: Hear from Marvin Heemeyer himself in recorded

    Dec 01, 2017 · These audio recordings were made by Marvin Heemeyer only a few months before he killed himself after going on a destructive rampage through Granby in an armored bulldozer on June 4, 2004. The recordings were widely considered to be Heemeyer's unofficial "manifesto.". Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.

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  • The Story Of Marvin Heemeyer's Revenge And His Killdozer

    Marvin Heemeyer's Armored Bulldozer – The Armored Patrol

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  • TIL after multiple disputes with his town Marvin Heemeyer

    On June 4, 2004, Heemeyer drove his armored bulldozer through the wall of his former business, the concrete plant, the Town Hall, the office of the local newspaper that editorialized against him, the home of a former judge's widow, and a hardware store owned by another man Heemeyer named in a …

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  • The bulldozer rampage in Granby, Colorado was 15 years ago

    Jun 04, 2019 · GRANBY, Colo. — Marvin Heemeyer, a 52-year-old muffler-shop owner, drove an armored bulldozer into town, plowing over buildings, running over police vehicles, firing rounds and leaving behind a

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  • Killdozer Day: The Story of Marvin Heemeyer

    Jun 09, 2017 · Killdozer Day: The Story of Marvin Heemeyer A viral message touting the "heroic" acts of Marvin Heemeyer, a man who created a "killdozer" to exact revenge on …

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  • Unreasonable Things: The Story of Marvin Heemeyer

    Jun 04, 2021 · Marvin Heemeyer's body was found in the control cabin of his armored bulldozer, dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Despite the total destruction Heemeyer had wrought on Granby, he was the only fatality of the rampage of June 4, 2004.

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  • This Man Barely Escaped Killdozer's Path. Now He's Written

    May 24, 2018 · Provided by Patrick Brower Marvin Heemeyer's homemade tank, "Killdozer.". Patrick Brower's first thought when he saw the steel-armored bulldozer plowing …

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  • Granby bulldozer rampage reaches 15th anniversary

    Jun 03, 2019 · Marvin Heemeyer, 52, killed himself with a gunshot to the head when his bulldozer got stuck and police moved in. No one else in the Grand County town was injured during the dramatic June 4, …

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  • Marvin Heemeyer's armored bulldozer - Tank Encyclopedia

    Mar 08, 2018 · Instead, Marvin Heemeyer went home, outfitted his Komatsu D355A bulldozer with armored plates, and drove it through the town knocking down 13 buildings and causing $7 million worth of damage with his makeshift "killdozer." Marvin Heemeyer's fight with the city had begun three years before his killdozer rampage.

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  • Review: True story of 'Tread' is sensational enough on its

    Feb 25, 2020 · Review: Added flourishes detract from 'Tread,' the true story of a 2004 bulldozer rampage. The outskirts of Granby, Colo. in the documentary "Tread.". Copy Link URL Copied! Less would have

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  • Marvin Heemeyer - Proof that Micro Stresses Can Cause

    Oct 28, 2020 · On June 4, 2004, a muffler repairman named Marvin Heemeyer said goodbye to his repair shop in the manliest way possible. He drove a custom-fitted armored bulldozer through the wall. Then he turned his homemade tank on his mortal enemy, the man who had fought and won the rights to build a concrete mixing plant on Marvin's property.

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  • Marvin Heemeyer's Killdozer and his Revenge with the Town

    Nov 19, 2019 · Advertisement. In the world of crazy, Marvin John Heemeyer decided to take revenge with the whole town after his zoning petition got dismissed by the zoning commission. For which, Marvin, an automobile muffler repair shop owner, and welder decided the most bizarre way; He built a "Killdozer". via Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post/Getty Images.

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  • Marvin Heemeyer's KILLDOZER: Rampage Over a Zoning Dispute

    Sep 05, 2012 · Marvin John Heemeyer (October 28, 1951 -- June 4, 2004) was an American skilled welder and owner of an automobile muffler shop. On June 4, 2004, frustrated o

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  • True story of Marvin John Heemeyer, a man who bulldozed

    Jan 29, 2009 · Marvin Heemeyer was a skillful welder and owner of a muffler repair shop. He lived in Grand Lake, about 16 miles away from Granby, Colorado. Granby is a small town with only 2500 people. Heemeyer moved to town about 10 years prior to the …

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