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Violence Policy Center Opposes Nomination of John Ashcroft For U.S. Attorney General
Submitted by: Ashcroft

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"The VPC announcement represents the first time in the organization's 12-year history that it has publicly opposed a federal cabinet nominee."

"Issues cited by the VPC in its opposition to Ashcroft include..."
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Now I really like Ashcroft. VPC's Josh Sugarman should have been swinging in the breeze a long time ago.
 

Rapper thug trial coming up soon, details from victim
Submitted by: Rapper Thug Trial

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"Natania Reuben lives in fear, scared for her life and her children, all because of what she saw inside a nightclub.

"Puffy had a gun," Reuben said in an exclusive interview with the Daily News yesterday. "And my life is now changed forever."
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Think Mr. Puffy will get time?
 

Mass. Court: Boy's Drawing a Threat (5 years probabtion for a drawing)
Submitted by: Hmmmm

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Not sure what to make of this one. Kid draws a picture of himself holding a gun on a teacher and gets 5 years probabtion.
 

Suicide-Attempt Survivor Sues (Ex-cop: I shouldn't have had pistol)
Submitted by: Interesting

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A former Suffolk deputy police inspector who tried to kill himself has filed a $45-million federal lawsuit, blaming the county for giving him back his service pistol, one day after stripping him of the weapon, fearing he might hurt himself or others....blaming the police department for acting "with reckless indifference to potential dangers" when they returned his gun to him without a medical evaluation.
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Everybody suing somebody because they can't control themselves these days...
 

Man sentenced for shooting 18-month-old daughter (says it was accidental)
Submitted by: Hmmm

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"Richard Rubin, Diaz's attorney, said Diaz was removing a .40-caliber Smith & Wesson from its case when it discharged accidentally, and Diaz is deeply sorry for what happened."

"He's destroyed by this whole thing," Rubin said.
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The report goes on to suggest he's up on heroin charges. But in this day and age, because he's a gunowner (AK, Uzi), who is to say the dope wasn't planted.
 

An estimated 400,000 Canadian gun owners theoretically became criminals this week
Submitted by: Canada

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"After a last-minute rush last weekend, about 1.8 million of the country's estimated 2.2 million gun owners met the Dec. 31 deadline, government officials said. Those who did not could face stiff penalties, including a $2,000 fine and up to five years in prison, although it is not clear whether they'll be prosecuted."
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Five years in prison was the same amount of time the Nazi's first imposed when the Jews failed to register. (Later, they just shot them.)
 

New York Post: STRICT LAWS DIDN'T DETER GUNMAN
Submitted by: Wow

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Three pro gun editorials, plus one from a liberal that claims to support our right to keep and bear arms. In the New York Post. WOW.
 

Two teens charged in robbery-murder
Submitted by: These are "children"?

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"Anthony Lofton, 34, was living somewhere in Fort Lauderdale and selling compact discs, stuffed toys and trinkets from his van at the BP gas station and food mart...when he was approached by the two teens who demanded money..."

"During the robbery, the subjects shot the victim and fled. The victim drove away and crashed his van into a light pole four blocks away, where he died."
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The two punks were 15 and 16. According to HCI, these are "kids." According to me, they are pinatas.
 

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