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TX: Abducted Wal-Mart Clerk's Body Found
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A man suspected of kidnapping a killing a Wal Mart clerk is shot during an attempted robbery and apprehended.

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"...Williams is believed to have been shot during an attempted robbery at an RV park northeast of Willcox. A man at the RV park told authorities he had shot a man who had pulled a gun on him and demanded money."

"Williams was treated at Northern Cochise Community Hospital for a gunshot wound to the shoulder, Capas said."

"When the wounded man was found at the hospital, authorities determined that the pickup truck he had been driving was linked to the Texas kidnapping case."
 

FL: Strip club manager shoots at attackers
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A strip club manager opened fire on two men who attacked him during an attempted robbery early this morning in suburban West Palm Beach, authorities said.

The gunfire broke out about 6:30 a.m. at Flashdance, 4458 Purdy Lane, when the men and a female accomplice confronted the manager in a rear office after the business had shut down, said Paul Miller, a spokesman for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

The 54-year-old manager grabbed a gun and began firing in self-defense, Miller said. He chased them out of the club and fired again at one of the fleeing men, but it was unclear if anyone was struck, he said.

Sheriff's officials were still investigating the incident this morning.
 

IL: Lawmakers to consider federal self-defense handgun bill
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Some federal legislators are working to catch up to what is already law in Illinois, a bill designed to make handgun use in self defense legally permissible."

"Despite Gov. Rod Blagojevich's veto, Rep. John Bradley, D-Marion, received the self-defense handgun law he pushed for last year, when the general assembly overrode the veto in November. The bill effectively allowed a person to fire a handgun in self defense inside his or her home, without being prosecuted."

"Now, lawmakers in Washington will likely discuss a bill recently introduced by Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, R-Maryland, asking for the same type of provision to people who use a handgun for protection inside their homes."
 

NH: Yearbook delay urged in gun-photo row
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"A high school senior on Wednesday asked a federal judge to delay publication of his yearbook until a case over whether he can use a photo of himself holding a shotgun as his portrait is settled."

"Londonderry High School officials told Blake Douglass last year the photo could appear in the yearbook, but not as his portrait. Douglass sued, arguing the decision violated his freedom of speech and expression."

"Besides the injunction request, U.S. District Judge Steven McAuliffe also must consider whether a new policy the school board adopted last week - to ban all props from senior photos - should apply to the 2005 yearbook."

"Penny Dean, Douglass’ lawyer, argued on Wednesday that the new policy was enacted specifically to block her client’s photo. An earlier policy made only general restrictions against libel, obscenity and discriminatory content."

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Note: The story is not completely accurate. The new policy was adopted pending a second public reading on January 25th.
 

AK: Fairbanks farmer cited after moose eat hay out of shed
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"A Fairbanks farmer who shot a moose in self-defense was cited for negligently feeding the animal by not keeping it away from the hay in his open-sided shed."

"Noel Napolilli, 59, was issued a $110 citation by an Alaska State Trooper on Wednesday under the same law that prohibits leaving out bird feeders or garbage that attracts bears."

"Napolilli has two horses on his 40-acre farm about 10 miles north of Fairbanks. The hay was in a pole barn with a roof but no walls."

"'They concluded I was baiting the moose,' Napolilli said. 'I've been storing hay in that barn for 35 years.'" ...

"Napolilli, a retired high school teacher, has requested a court date. He said troopers are misreading the law that prohibits the intentional leaving of human food, human waste, garbage or pet food to attract wildlife." ...
 

WI: Clerk Shoots Knife-Wielding Robber
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"Neighbors of Ayesh Food Market on Hampton Avenue and 19th Place say nearly everyone in the area knows and likes the owner, and police say even a man who came in to rob the store knew him." ...

"When a 23-year-old cashier saw the owner in trouble, police say he grabbed the store's revolver and jumped out from behind the counter. That's when police say the suspect started chasing the cashier."

"'He was pursued up the aisle by the suspect, and he was cornered near the meat counter at the south end of the store. He then fired his weapon in self-defense,' said Lt. Spingola."

"While one bullet went through the glass, police say three bullets went into the suspect, killing him. Officers say the store's gun is a legally owned weapon." ...
 

OH: Teacher won national honors with muzzle-loading pistols
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"William A. Carver, a high school history teacher whose marksmanship with muzzle-loading pistols earned him national honors, died of heart failure Monday in his home. He was 84."

"Mr. Carver taught history at Sandusky High School for 35 years, including world history and American history. He occasionally taught a government course." ...

"His interest in antique weapons was spurred by an uncle who gave him a gun from the Civil War era, his wife said."

"He began to immerse himself in older weapons after attending a muzzle-loading shooting match at Camp Perry as a spectator in 1953." ...

"Mr. Carver was the adviser to the rifle club at Sandusky High School, taking students for target practice at the Erie County Conservation League."
 

Program has made difference for disabled sportsmen
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Most Americans are aware of the National Rifle Association's vigorous defense of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, its pioneering firearms instructor training courses, youth safety programs and many historic shooting competitions dating back to the late 19th century."

"But for the past 10 years, a lesser-known branch of the organization has quietly been extending the shooting sports frontiers for all sportsmen, marksmen and gun owners."

"Officially established on Jan. 1, 1994, the NRA's Disabled Shooting Services division has quietly undertaken projects that have impacted thousands of individuals. One project was the development of a program which utilizes a precision air rifle as a tool for physical therapists to use in the early rehabilitation of post-injury patients." ...
 

KY: Police: Son Shot Dad For Money
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Just one reason why the Gun Manufacturer Immunity bill needs to be passed. Immediately.

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A father and son from Union are now facing charges for allegedly staging a shooting inside their van.

Investigators say in October 2003, Austin Woosley shot his dad Michael while in their van on Big Boone Road, after buying a rifle at Dick's Sporting Goods.

The Woosley's say the new gun had a bullet it in and went off when they took it out of the packaging inside the van.

Police say the two came up with the story so they could sue the store and the company that makes the rifle.

 

AZ: Officer in stun gun incident resigns
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"A Mesa officer who is being sued by a man who became quadriplegic from falling out of a tree after being shot with a stun gun has tendered his resignation."

"Maxwell Van Natter submitted letters of resignation to assistant police chief Les Portee on Jan. 4 and 5." ...

"Van Natter used a Taser stun gun on Bruce Bellemore, 32, during a Feb. 11 burglary call at a home in the 1500 block of East Mahoney Avenue."

"Van Natter told investigators he used the stun gun to get Bellemore down from a tree because he believed Bellemore may have been armed."
 

CO: Bill alters gun-show rules
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A lawmaker wants to remove some language from the voter- approved law that closed the so-called 'gun-show loophole' regarding criminal background checks in 2000."

"Voters overwhelming approved the law after the 1999 Columbine High massacre, but it contains confusing and imprecise language, said Rep. Ray Rose, R-Montrose, appearing with his bill before the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday."
 

NE: Nebraska Game and Parks joins in funding Heartland Public Shooting Park
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Grand Island's Heartland Public Shooting Park got a major shot in the arm on Thursday."

"The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission committed $250,000 toward the next phase of development, which is a rifle and pistol range."
 

Australia: New look at escapee shooting
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"A PRISON guard who shot dead an escaping inmate and claimed self-defence may face trial after a coroner found yesterday the prisoner was not an immediate threat to him."

"Fabrizio Federico was charged with murder over the death of Garry Whyte, 39, at St Vincent's Hospital on May 7, 2002, but the charge was dismissed by a magistrate after a hearing in 2003."

"A handcuffed Whyte was fatally shot as he tried to escape while undergoing tests at the hospital."

"Coroner Phillip Byrne referred the case to the Director of Public Prosecutions on the basis of his finding that a serious offence had occurred."

" 'There is virtually no evidence Mr Whyte posed a real or immediate threat to Mr Federico,' he said." ...
 

UK: Armed raiders strike at hotel
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"A GANG of violent armed robbers who threatened guests and staff Sheffield's luxury Marriott Hotel today may be responsible for a spate of raids on businesses across the city."

"Three masked men – one brandishing a firearm – threatened guests and staff at the Marriott in Nether Edge at 2.20am."

"The robbers failed to break into the safe but escaped with jewellery after smashing a glass cabinet as they fled."

"A terrified guest said one of the men was carrying what appeared to be a shotgun."

"At 9pm, yesterday, two masked men smashed into the Old Mother Red Cap pub in Bradway, in what landlord Alan Wortley called a 'professional job'." ...
 

TX: Abducted Wal-Mart Clerk's Truck Found [When Suspect Drives It To Hospital for Treatment of Gunshot Wound] -- Alternate report
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"A young woman was abducted from a parking lot while leaving work at a Wal-Mart, an attack captured on videotape, and a suspect and her truck were found Friday hundreds of miles away in Arizona." ...

"He was at a hospital Friday being treated for a gunshot wound, apparently inflicted in a robbery attempt, Capas said. He was to be questioned by Texas police and the FBI, who were en route to Willcox." ...

"Capas said Williams is believed to have been shot during an attempted robbery at an RV park northeast of Willcox. A man at the RV park told authorities he had shot a man who had pulled a gun on him and demanded money." [emphasis added] ...
 

LA: Beauregard 4-H adds shooting sports to program
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The newest Beauregard Parish 4-H activity has started with a bang. The LSU AG Center Cooperative Extension Service is proud to recognize the Beauregard Parish 4-H Shooting Sports as a new, but integral part of the 4-H program in our parish."
 

TX: Police Lieutenant's arbitration hearing begins
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Police Chief Kenneth Mack has called the removal of one of the island’s most visible police officers a necessity, spurred by Lt. Henry Porretto’s attempt to hide evidence and misuse deadly force."

"Robert J. Thomas, Porretto’s attorney, characterized the case against his client as a politically motivated 'witch hunt.'" ...

"On Feb. 29, Porretto stopped a car at Seventh Street and Broadway. While he walked toward the car, the driver began to speed away. In reports filed afterward, Porretto stated he fired his pistol at the car’s left rear tire because he thought the driver could shift into reverse and try to hit him." ...

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Submitter's Note: So according to this guy, he can use deadly force if there's a possibility that someone might do something to threaten him?
 

UK: Gunpoint raid
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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A TERRIFIED 21-year-old woman was held at gunpoint by two armed men who ransacked her flat in Mortimer Crescent, Kilburn, last Thursday at 9.15pm.

One robber, who was armed with pistol, guarded the woman and her friend while a second man armed with an 8-inch kitchen knife went through the woman's flat. The robbers stole a laptop, two mobiles, jewellery and a PlayStation 2.
 

India: Head Constable hit by accidental firing [negligent discharge]
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A Delhi Police Head Constable was accidentally hit by a bullet in his stomach while "checking" a pistol after taking charge of a PCR Van near National Museum here tonight, police said.

Head Constable Dharambir Singh was immediately taken to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital where he was stated to be out of danger, they said.

The incident occurred at around 8 pm when Singh was checking the pistol as usual after taking charge of PCR Van Victor-13, permanently stationed near National Museum.
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Submitter's Note: If he dropped it and it went off, then it is an 'accidental firing'. If he is 'checking' it and it fires, that is a negligent discharge.
 

Macao: Gun-shooting suspect arrested in Macao
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"Macao Police on Friday arrested a gun-shooting suspect, who allegedly used a handgun for threatening."

"Three police officers on patrol in Taipa Island of the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) heard a gunshot-like sound and rushed to scene. Police saw the man pointing a handgun at them. One policeman opened fire injuring the suspect, who immediately dashed into a car and sped off."

"According to Public Security Police, the suspect was arrested after a short car chase. His weapons including a handgun and a knife were seized."

 

CO: Gun show law faces another challenge (Another report)
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"A Western Slope lawmaker who has been trying for three years to change language in Colorado's voter-approved mandate for background checks at gun shows will have to wait another week to find out if he is any more successful this year."

"House Judiciary Committee Chairman Terrance Carroll, D-Denver, pulled House Bill 1023 off the table after a two-hour hearing Thursday and said action would be taken at another committee meeting in one week."
 

UK: Gun law test case in appeal over jail sentence
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"A MAN serving a five-year jail term after police found a powerful air pistol at his South Norwood home will launch a test case in a bid for freedom before Easter."

"Lawyers for Michael Gilead say there are 'exceptional circumstances' why he should not have been jailed."

"The gun - a Brocock Magnum 5.5 - had only become illegal a few months before police discovered it at his home in Crowther Road."

"At London's Appeal Court last Thursday, Mr Justice Walker granted him permission to challenge the sentence."

"He said the 40-year-old's appeal would be heard by a three-judge court as a 'test case' along with two others which raise similar issues." ...
 

Canada: Cab driver was pistol whipped
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"Peel police Central Robbery Bureau and Peel Crime Stoppers are asking for help from the public in solving a violent armed robbery of a Brampton taxi driver."

"On Monday, Jan. 10 at approximately 11:40 p.m. the victim was driving his Golden Taxi when he went to Navigator Drive to pick up a fare. While waiting for the fare, he was approached by a group of men. One of them engaged him in conversation, then pulled out a handgun."

"The victim was beaten and pistol-whipped, pulled from the taxi, dragged between two houses and continually beaten until cash and some of his belongings were taken from him. The robbers ran to an awaiting vehicle on Spinnaker Crescent and escaped. The victim was taken to hospital and treated for his injuries." ...
 

UK: Talent takes aim at gun culture
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"A NEW campaign to fight gun violence was launched last Friday by the owner of a club where a triple shooting left two men dead late last year."

"Alliance of Talent Against Crime held a concert at the Fairfield to launch the project."

"It has been set up in response to the increase in black-on-black gun crimes and killings."

"The new initiative is being spearheaded by Nelson and Tracey King, founders of Community Music Skills (CMS) in London Road, Croydon."
 

NJ: Gun amnesty begins today
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"Jersey City's gun amnesty program kicks off today at 1 p.m., with city paying $150 for handguns, rifles and shotguns, and $250 for automatic weapons."

"Those who surrender guns will have amnesty, can remain anonymous and will be asked no questions."
 

UK: Inquest fight by gun cop
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"A POLICEMAN is to try to overturn an inquest verdict that he unlawfully shot an unarmed man."

"Chief Insp Neil Sharman is to ask the High Court for a judicial review into the ruling."

"No date has been set for the hearing."
 

OR: Oregon Senator Attempts To Restrict Handgun Licensees (NRA)
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"Gun control extremist Sen. Ginny Burdick (D-Portland) has introduced SB 335, a bill that would allow local school districts to gut the state firearms preemption law and ban the possession of all firearms carried by Concealed Handgun Licensees for any reason on school property or where any school-sponsored event is taking place. At press time, indications were that the Senate Judiciary Committee could hold a public hearing on SB 335 in Multnomah County early next week. ...SB 335 is just the first in a series of gun control bills that Sen. Burdick is expected to submit in the immediate future, including a state version of the federal gun ban that expired last September."
 

ND: North Dakota Moves Closer To Streamlining Right To Carry
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HB 1205, a bill that will streamline the process for law-abiding citizens to acquire a concealed handgun license passed a House vote and will now move to the Senate. Please contact your Senator and respectfully urge him/her to pass HB 1205. You can find contact information regarding you Senator by using the “Write your Representative” feature at www.nraila.org.
 

IL: Illinois State Rifle Association Holds Lobby Day (NRA)
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"Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, February 23, when the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) will be holding its Lobby Day in Springfield. This is an annual event where ISRA members, and anyone else interested in advancing our Right to Keep and Bear Arms, directly lobby their representatives in the Illinois House and Senate. ..."
 

AR: Arkansas Seeks Constitutional Amendment To Protect Hunting (NRA)
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Pro-gun Senator Steve Faris (D-17) has introduced SJR1, which seeks to propose an amendment to the Arkansas Constitution that would protect the right to hunt in Arkansas. Please contact both your State Senator and Representative and urge them to sign on as cosponsors to this important resolution. You can find contact information for your State Senator and Representative by using the "Write Your Reps" tool at www.NRAILA.org.
 

Firearm Safety In America 2005 (NRA)
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"The number of privately owned guns in the U.S. is at an all-time high, and rises by about 4.5 million per year. Meanwhile, the nation`s violent crime rate has decreased every year since 1991 and is now at a 27-year low. Below, statistics from 1981 forward are from the National Center for Health Statistics, while those prior to 1981 are from the National Safety Council. The NCHS' annual numbers, rates, and trends of common accidents and selected other causes of death, for the U.S., each state, and the District of Columbia, are available on the NRA-ILA website in spreadsheet format."
 

OH: Middle School Students Accused Of Gun Possession
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"School officials said five students were in possession of a gun on or near school property Wednesday."

"Investigators said after school, a Newport Middle School student was involved in a fight off school grounds. During the fight, a student observed the weapon in another student's possession. There was speculation that the gun may have been brought to the school as a means of intimidation for an after-school fight, News 5's Raegan Butler reported."

"The investigation revealed five Newport Middle School students were holding the gun during school Wednesday. The boys were all involved in the fight when the unloaded gun was seen."
 

NY: Gun show this weekend
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"The Albany Gun Show will be held Saturday and Sunday at Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany."

"The 450 tables will include guns from flintlocks to modern arms with most of the items for sale. All gun laws will be obeyed, and all cartridge guns entering, within and leaving the show must be tied so that they cannot be loaded."
 

Friend’s death haunts teens’ documentary on gun culture
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"It began as a small documentary by two teenage filmmakers about guns, death and grief at a Brooklyn housing project."

"Then, in the midst of production, one of the teens saw his best friend die in a freak shooting on the project’s rooftop. The shooter was a police officer."

"This dramatic boost has propelled Danny Howard and Terrence Fisher to the big time. “Bullets in the Hood: A Bed-Stuy Story” will compete in the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, which began Thursday, in the short documentary category."
 

CO: Crowley sheriff allowed to carry gun after arrest, undersheriff resigns
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"The Crowley County sheriff will be allowed to carry a firearm while he awaits a court hearing on allegations of evidence tampering, a judge ruled Thursday."

"Sheriff Jeff Keyes had lost the privilege after his arrest for allegedly spilling hazardous waste during a drug raid in October, then lying about the spill to health officials, according to court documents."

"Senior District Judge Robert Ogburn granted a request from Keyes' attorney, who argued Keyes needed to be armed because he was still sheriff. ..."
 

FN sells out and joins Smith and Wesson
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"The FN 5.7 (Fabrique Nationale) pistol is a semiautomatic pistol in 5.7 X 28 mm caliber approved for importation as a sporting firearm."

"The classification of all ammunition is governed strictly by the definitions presented in the GCA. Specifically, as defined in 18 U.S.C. Section 921(a)(17)(B), the term 'armor piercing ammunition' means-

~ a projectile or projectile core which may be used in a handgun and which is constructed entirely (excluding the presence of traces of other substances) from one or a combination of tungsten alloys, steel, iron, brass, bronze, beryllium copper, or depleted uranium; or

~ a full jacketed projectile larger than .22 caliber designed and intended for use in a handgun and whose jacket has a weight of more than 25 percent of the total weight of the projectile."
 

UK: Gun parts smuggler is spared jail
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"A man who illegally imported components to make 100 stun guns has been given a suspended jail sentence."

"Jonathon Hart was stopped at Birmingham Airport as he tried to smuggle in parts from Thailand in October 2003."

"Customs officers discovered 50 black torches which were later identified to be component parts of stun guns."
 

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