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Airline crews counting on passengers during security incidents
Submitted by: Jeff Rau

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Rockman said people on Monday's flight "were ready to fight to the death."

"Americans saw what happened" on Sept. 11, she said. "We learn our lessons and we will never allow that to happen again."

~~Luckily a gun was not needed this time.
 

More Gun Control Needed For Goverment Employees (Pt.3)
Submitted by: Mark Stehly

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Lt. Cmdr.(ret) Al Martin is one of the many brave individuals pulling back the curtain on the "Obsfucation Opera" of the press. Read how our tax dollars are used to build & store weapons, that are then made available to foreign bidders.

In essence, foreign nats. are being sold weapons that are more deadly than what we are allowed to keep and certain politicians want to widen the gap.
 

Grand jury to weigh case of clerk in shooting of robbery suspect
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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District Attorney Jim Hardin decided to leave it up to a grand jury to recommend whether charges should be lodged against an Amoco gas station clerk after a robbery suspect was chased and shot.
 

Ventura supports "loosening" permit rules for "non-criminals"
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"MN Gov. Jesse Ventura said that last month's terrorist attacks could add a new dimension to a debate over a bill that would make it easier for Minnesotans to carry guns in public."

"Ventura said that the bill could be fairly high on the legislative agenda in February."

"Ventura supports loosening permit rules for non-criminals who complete gun-safety training and skills testing."

KABA NOTE: Does Ventura have to go through those hoops to be able to carry?
 

Dog Wounds Goose Hunter With Shotgun
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Imagine getting shot by your best friend. But the triggerman in one case was a dog."

"Authorities in Douglas County, Wash., said that goose hunter Michael Boyle was shot in the leg when a dog stepped on the trigger of a 12-gauge shotgun."

"Boyle and a friend had been hunting from a boat on the Columbia River, when Boyle leaned over the side to pull in a goose."

"Deputies said that's when the dog, belonging to Boyle's friend, stepped on the gun."

"Boyle is recovering in hospital."
 

New Yorkers like the security, but question weaponless troops
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Hundreds of National Guard troops deployed at bridges, tunnels and train stations throughout the city yesterday were unarmed, causing some concern within their ranks and among commuters."

"'God forbid anything happens — how are we going to cover our backs?' asked Sgt. Digno DeJesus, 44, a Persian Gulf War veteran and one of two dozen Army National Guard troops on duty at Penn Station yesterday."

"I don't want to sit around doing nothing without any weapons..."
 

Unarmed woman, attacked by house intruder, suffers injuries
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"A WOMAN was critically ill with head injuries last night after being attacked while investigating a suspected break-in at her home."

"Clare Thomas, 36, a mother of two, telephoned her estranged husband, Lawson, saying that she sensed that things were “out of place” and was going upstairs to have a look. He urged her to leave."

No gun to help deal with the intruder, now she's in the hospital -- unconscious.
 

Gun Control Book Based on Faulty Data
Submitted by: Howard Nemerov

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When his "claims" were checked against some records that he "consulted", it was found that he drastically understated the number of guns they show. It was also found that some "records" do not exist at all.

Emory University has ordered Bellesiles to account for himself. What explanation Bellesiles will offer is unclear, but a finding of "unforgivable sloppiness" seems to be the best he can hope for.
 

Supreme Court Decision Blocking Gun Lawsuit Stands
Submitted by: Kevin

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"We do not believe these special interest statutes will succeed in protecting the industry from accountability for its misconduct," said Henigan, who is with the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.

KABA NOTE: MEDIA BIAS ALERT: "Gun makers persuaded the Supreme Court not to revive a case testing the companies' liability for the lethal effects of their products."
 

Lead-pellet Bean Bags Fired by Police ARE Dangerous
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Police consider beanbags a non-lethal alternative to bullets. But the 1.4-ounce bags filled with lead pellets can cause significant damage when striking any part of the body, the study found.

The study looked at 40 shootings by officers with the Los Angeles Police Department and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. They included cases in which beanbags penetrated the eye, chest, abdomen or leg of suspects, and others in which spleens were ruptured or internal organs damaged.
 

Surveillance Powers Chart - Comparing the Bills
Submitted by: KABA NewslinksDirector
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"On September 19, only eight days after the tragic terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, the Bush Administration unveiled its proposed Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), legislation that included many changes to the nation's current surveillance laws. The chart below outlines the changes proposed by the ATA, and the ACLU's objections to those changes.. Also compared are the latest versions of anti-terrorism legislation being considered in the House and Senate." --ACLU
 

Home-Front "Arsenals"
Submitted by: KABA NewslinksDirector
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"Advocates of armed self-defense point to other news reports of people pulling out guns and fending off attackers, but many studies -- and common sense -- point up the far greater dangers of having handguns in the home." --The Washington Post Company

Here's where you can send a letter to the editor.
 

In D.C., the Gun Is Still "Terror's Weapon of Choice"
Submitted by: KABA NewslinksDirector
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"It happens thousands of times a year in the city: Someone pulls a gun during the commission of a robbery, carjacking or assault. And if the gunmen were able to hit everything they shot at, the yearly homicide count would be in the thousands, too." --Courtland Milloy
 

Man Pleads "Guilty" to Possessing 11 Machine Guns (CA)
Submitted by: KABA NewslinksDirector
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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Hebert called police to report that a black pickup truck had entered his backyard. Officers, concerned that the suspect may have entered Hebert's home, checked the house and found a few of the guns in plain sight. They discovered the rest of the "arsenal" in a "specially constructed room".

He says he is a collector. Federal prosecutors alleged he participated in "illegal firearms sales". Many of the weapons seized were rare, some valuable, and most vintage rather than present military issue.
 

Associated Press gets it completely wrong (Michael New)
Submitted by: Joe Sager
Website: http://www.MikeNew.com

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The Associated Press (AP) broke a story today about a Supreme Court ruling, and went far beyond their normal capacity for getting a story wrong. They missed the entire nature of the question before the court.

The Supreme Court rejected a "petition for certiorari" which was a request that the court review the decision of the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF), which dealt only with the question of whether or not a soldier has the right to present evidence in his own defense.
 

New ROTC at Bryan High School (TX)
Submitted by: serinde

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A group of Bryan High School students is aiming high as members of a new military-based school program.

A "new" program, back in the curriculum again, after about 25 years. No mention of firearm training, though.
 

These Pathetic Lying Losers are a Sick Joke
Submitted by: Kevin

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Understand what this awful woman said: Islamic terrorists who killed 6,000 - including 23 NYPD officers - are more noble than New York's Finest.
 

Left Wing Zings "Terrorist" Cops
Submitted by: Kevin

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Calling the NYPD more sinister than terror kingpin Osama bin Laden, a left-wing anti-cop coalition yesterday announced a nationwide demonstration against cop brutality.
 

The Tribunal on US Drug War Crimes
Submitted by: Mark Stehly

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This article reminds us how a group is "made" culturally "wrong" and singled out for "special treatment', invariably taking advantage of the public dislike of the group and "what it's existance represents to the nation's good" (all carefully cultivated in lapdog press & by various psy-ops); invariably resulting in the gradual subterfuge of freedom.

This article gives us the stepping stone to bring ALL the laundry in for a washing. This is the Constitutional answer.

KABA NOTE: This tactic also applies to the assault on the Second Amendment.
 

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