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John Lott Responds to Multiple Issues & Links to His Work As It Is Published
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Whenever you see anyone attacking professor John Lott's work, the place to go find out what Mr. Lott has to say about it is: http://www.johnrlott.com/.

Bookmark it, and use it as needed.
 

MT: Shotgun blast drops charging grizzly
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... "A Kalispell man shot a stalking grizzly bear in the Swan Mountains and a Fortine man shot a grizzly at close range, narrowly escaping as the bear charged from a chicken coop."

"James Beeman picked up a .410-gauge shotgun when he went outside his Fortine-area home to investigate a commotion from his chicken coop around 4 a.m. Sunday."

"Wearing a headlamp and expecting a skunk, Beeman saw two bear cubs run from the damaged door of the chicken coop. Then an adult grizzly bear emerged with a chicken in its mouth."

"The bear dropped the chicken and charged from 15 feet. Beeman fired, with the muzzle of the gun roughly three feet from the bear, which crumpled to ground, dead at Beeman's feet." ...
 

WI: Concealed-Carry Bill Moves Forward - Full Senate To Vote Next Week
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"The state's 130-year-old ban on concealed weapons would be lifted under legislation a state Senate committee approved Monday after making changes supporters said would generate more support for the bill."

"Three Republicans on the Senate Judiciary, Corrections and Privacy Committee voted in favor of the bill; the committee's two Democrats were not in attendance."

"Sen. Dave Zien, R-Eau Claire, the committee's chairman and one of the bill's authors, said the proposal would go before the full Senate for a vote next week. It has to pass both house of the Legislature and be signed by Gov. Jim Doyle to become law." ...

Bill Highlights...
 

MO: Sheriff takes applications for concealed gun permits
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SPRINGFIELD -- "The Greene County Sheriff’s Department began taking applications for concealed weapons permits on Tuesday, even though opponents have the new law tied up in court. Sheriff Jack Merritt figures the lawsuit simply delays the inevitable."

"A group of gun control advocates from Kansas City and St. Louis sued last week to block the law that would let more citizens legally carry concealed weapons. A judge in St. Louis issued a temporary injunction that orders the state not to let the law go into effect until the Missouri Supreme Court decides whether the law violates the state Constitution. That could take several weeks to several days. Judge Steven Omer has a hearing scheduled for Sep. 23 to hear arguments about the law and the Constitution. If Ohmer issues a permanent injunction against the law, the Supreme Court will get involved in the case."

"Before the temporary injunction, the sheriff's department had appointments scheduled for people who want to apply for concealed permits. Merritt let people keep those appointments and will start processing the applications in case the law is allowed to go into effect." ...
 

NJ: Another bear, another shooting, another inquest
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"Sanders of Warwick, N.Y., must explain to a judge why he killed a black bear that twice chased his children and some neighbor kids, and then rushed directly at him." ...

"He called the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, one of whose officers issued Sanders a summons charging him with discharging firearms within 500 feet of a residence, which is kind of preposterous. What was Sanders supposed to do, yell "time out" and politely invite the bear to join him 500 feet away for the final showdown, and may the better mammal win?"

"That 500-foot rule is usually applied to careless hunters, not to a man protecting himself from an angry carnivore with deadly claws and well-developed teeth."

"Sanders got a second ticket - for taking a bear out of season." ...
 

GA: County Commissioner Walker pays fine for having gun at airport
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"DeKalb County Commissioner Lou Walker paid a $300 fine and began 12 months on probation Tuesday after admitting he carried a handgun into Hartsfield International Airport."

"An X-ray machine detected an unlicensed Davis .380-caliber automatic in Walker's carry-on bag Aug. 8. He told police he had forgotten the gun was there."

"Walker, a former Chicago police vice detective, said a few days later that newspapers and TV stations had sensationalized the case."

"However, his attorney, Chuck Driebe, said Tuesday that publicizing the story was appropriate as a deterrent 'so people won't act dumb in the future.' "
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More of the elite getting special treatment.
 

DC: Congress Addresses Gun Ban in D.C.
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"Rep. Mark Souder (R-IN) and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) have introduced similar legislation in Congress that would reestablish the Second Amendment right to bear arms for the citizens of the District of Columbia."

" 'The District of Columbia Personal Protection Act,' or H.R. 3191, which currently has 111 co-sponsors from both sides of the aisle would reverse the ban on guns in the District of Columbia."

" 'The District of Columbia is a failed laboratory experiment for gun control,' Souder contended in defense of his bill. 'It has one of the most comprehensive bans on firearms in the nation, and it also has one of the highest violent crime rates in the nation.' "
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Besides we wouldn't want a court ruling on point, would we!
 

"Disarming Domestic Violence Abusers"
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"A new study by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence united with the Million Mom March provides a roadmap for closing the loopholes that allow domestic violence abusers to purchase or possess firearms. Firearms are the most common weapons used by males to murder females and often the perpetrator kills more than one person; other victims include children, mediators and bystanders. In 2000, 58% of female homicide victims were killed with a firearm."

"Federal law prohibits domestic violence abusers subject to restraining orders or convicted of domestic violence from owning guns. The system breaks down, however, when states fail to identify and disarm domestic violence offenders." ...
 

High Court to Hear Police Search Case
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"On Wednesday, the case reaches the U.S. Supreme Court, which will hear arguments that could set the standard for how long police with a warrant have to wait between knocking on a suspect's door and breaking it down." ...

"Police testified they waited 15 or 20 seconds and did not hear a response before breaking down Banks' door. But the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said that was not enough time, and ruled that police violated Banks' Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable searches."
 

MI: Boy will be charged in "accidental" shooting death of friend
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Charges will be brought against a Midland Township boy, in connection with the death of his friend.

According to police, 12-year-old James Scheifflee was shot to death by his football teammate on October 3.

Midland County Prosecutor, Norm Donker, issued a juvenile petition today charging another 12-year-old boy with the careless discharge of a firearm causing death.

A state police report says the pistol discharged when the charged youth was attempting to put it back into the case.

The victim, James Scheifflee, was leaning toward the gun when it discharged, the bullet hitting him in the chest.

The 12-year-old being charged will not be removed from his home during the case. His name will not be released.
 

MN: Minneapolis officers accused of assaulting suspect
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"Two police officers were suspended with pay pending the results of an FBI investigation into allegations that they assaulted a suspect during a drug raid."

"Chief Robert Olson said that during the execution of a search warrant Monday at a Minneapolis residence, officers found marijuana and a substance they believed to be cocaine, cited several people and took two people downtown. There, one suspect was released and the other was booked."

"However, after the suspect was booked, he notified a jail supervisor that he had been assaulted. Olson said officials began an immediate investigation into the allegations, which he said were 'very serious.' " ...
 

NC: Former Lee County Prosecutor Accepts Plea Bargain, faces possible 105 months in prison
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"A former Lee County prosecutor who allegedly asked his ex-girlfriend to kill his wife has accepted a plea bargain."

"Bill Huggins pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of obstruction of justice, one count of embezzlement and one count of attempted obstruction of justice. Huggins was also forced to surrender his law license."

"Huggins was originally charged with solicitation to commit murder. Melissa Davis claims she had an affair with Huggins, and she claimed he wanted her to kill his wife, Kathy."

"Investigators say Huggins gave Davis a pistol that was once evidence in a Lee County murder trial that he had prosecuted."

"Huggins faces 105 months in prison. Sentencing is scheduled to take place 9 a.m. Wednesday." ...
 

CA: Inner-City Bus Ridin': Take The Long Way Home
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Prohibition seems to be working just fine! Let's extend it!
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SAN FRANCISCO -- "The recent shooting that injured four city bus passengers, mostly teenagers, was brutal and senseless. And predictable. The No. 44 line travels through a war zone...."

"I have sat on the 54 clutching my children in fear as some young teen held a gun to a girl jokingly because she wouldn't give him her number. 'Ha ha ha ha, f--- you, b----, I'll shoot you in your a--,' he yells, and he and his friends cackle as they exit the back door."

"Once, I saw some youngster who had to be no older than 14 remove his gun from his waist and slide it into his jacket. In plain view, in a 'just to let you know' sort of way." ...
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In most areas of California, it is very difficult to acquire government permission to legally carry a firearm for self-defense. San Francisco is definitely one of those places. Street thugs know they have the advantage of law-abiding people -- and they clearly exploit that advantage.
 

GA: German gunmaker (H&K) breaks ground for new Georgia plant
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COLUMBUS, Georgia -- "More than 100 city and business leaders were on hand as German gun manufacturer Heckler & Koch broke ground on a 75,000-square-foot plant that will pump $25 million in capital investment into the community and create up to 200 jobs."

"If the company is able to land a contract to supply the U.S. government its next-generation assault rifle, it would be worth as much as $1 billion over 10 to 15 years, company officials say, and more than double the job count for Columbus." ...
 

CA: $10M Suit Filed Against Oakland PD
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"The grieving parents of a 20-year-old man who was shot to death in his bedroom by two Oakland police officers filed a $10 million federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Oakland today."

"Attorney John Burris, who represents the family of the slain man, Terrance Mearis, said officers Ryan Gill and Richard Vass entered Mearis' bedroom unlawfully and engaged in 'egregious' misconduct in the Oct. 5 incident at an apartment building at 9277 C St. in East Oakland."

"Joining Burris at a news conference in his office, witnesses who lived in the apartment building said Mearis had just been awakened from sleep and was not resisting the officers at the time he was shot and killed." ...
 

Gun Control or Gun Safety: What's the Difference?
Submitted by: Jennifer Freeman
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"Old tricks. New phrases. Same agenda."

"By employing a variety of innocuous terms designed to mislead, confuse, and lull the average American into a false sense of security, the gun-ban movement stands to restrict our rights even further, despite the fact that our Second Amendment is now weaker than has been in the history of this nation."

"Be aware of gun-ban catch-phrases and their true meaning. Some examples are below..."
 

Lawsuit Control
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"Congress is getting close to safeguarding gun manufacturers from suits blaming them when their products are used in crimes, and one gun-control advocate is more than a little perplexed, according to a news account. He was quoted as asking why the gun industry deserves 'special protection.' "

"Here's why."

"The tort system is being abused by advocacy lawyers and officials who don't believe in the democratic process of decision-making, and, meanwhile, some irresponsible judges are allowing the craziness to proceed."

"Boil it down to its essentials, and the argument of these lawyers is that the manufacturers should somehow figure out when criminals are going to get hold of their products and prevent it."
 

Australia: Four more shootings linked to warring families
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These Aussie gun bans are working wonders.
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"Four more shootings have been linked by police to a bloody family feud that yesterday claimed two lives in western Sydney, NSW police minister John Watkins confirmed today."

"Police said warfare between two extended Sydney families was behind the deaths of a man and woman, killed in Greenacre early yesterday when a house was sprayed with up to 100 bullets in an drive-by attack."

"The dead man has been identified as 24-year-old Ziad Abdulrazak, the younger brother of Ali Abdulrazak, who was gunned down outside Lakemba Mosque six weeks ago." ...
 

WA: Gun charges reduced for SeaTac man
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"Felony charges were reduced to misdemeanors Monday for a SeaTac man who said he took a gun away from his surviving son last year to keep him from using it to avenge the slaying of his other son."

"Pleading to the reduced charges saved James Brown Sr. from a possible 10-year prison sentence for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, which is prohibited by state law." ...

"Brown was sentenced in 1991 to nine years for selling cocaine. He got out of prison in 1997 and a background search shows no crimes committed by him since 1991."

"Brown has been trying to prove he's a rehabilitated, law-abiding citizen since getting out of prison, especially after the firearm case was filed."
 

D.C. Sniper movie: Is it too soon?
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"Following books about the sniper probe by Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose and two Washington Post reporters, this relatively evenhanded docudrama doesn't reveal much."

"And while it's nearly impossible to replicate the feeling of waking up every morning wondering if there's going to be another shooting, the movie does capture both the pervasive anxiety of the region and the stunning randomness of the attacks."

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Could this be a preemptive strike to promote the federal "assault" weapons ban by the same folks who produced the phony recreation of the North Hollywood shootout in which criminals altered AK-47's into machineguns to rob banks...
 

OH: Gun Found In High School Parking Lot
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A gun was found Tuesday afternoon in a car in the parking lot of Whetstone High School, NewsChannel 4 reported.

A Columbus Public Schools representative said one student was taken into custody after police found a .45-caliber semiautomatic pistol hidden under the seat of a car.

The incident happened at about 1:30 p.m.

School officials said the student flashed a gun in a restroom and demanded money from another student. That student informed the school officer, who found the gun in the car.

School officials did not immediately release the age of the student that is in custody.
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Another illegal gun on school grounds! Don't criminals pay attention to the law?
 

CA: "Police cars were pelted by rocks and bottles"
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"Community leaders and San Diego's police chief appealed for calm yesterday, a day after police cars were pelted by rocks and bottles near the spot where an officer fatally shot a wanted parolee Saturday."

"During a briefing at an Encanto playground near where Billy Venable was shot, Chief Bill Lansdowne promised a 'thorough and complete investigation' while community leaders urged residents to be patient and relax."

"He said investigators are sifting through various witness accounts – some of them conflicting – and could take several weeks to complete their inquiry."

"Richard Riordan, 59, a Navy tire repairman who lives nearby, said he was driving by the center as the two officers were restraining Venable. He said Venable broke free, ran and was taken to the ground on his stomach. At that point, Riordan said, one of the officers began kicking him and the other kneeled on him and drew a gun. Then he heard a shot." ...
 

AR: Show-and-tell highlights first Public Safety Day
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Bella Vistans who wear badges weren't sitting idle on Public Safety Day. The local division of the Benton County Sheriff's Office offered more than a dozen displays and demonstrations.

Sgt. John Scott explained the contraband and the circumstances of its acquisition to many interested people. Scott, who had sons Marshall and Dylan with him (no pun intended, he said), pointed out one particularly lethal-looking gun and said it was taken from someone he believes intended to rob the All-In-One convenience store on U.S. Highway 71.

"We got them before they even got out of the car," he explained.
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Well, as long as it is a lethal looking gun, then the 4th amendment can be thrown out.
 

Italy: Martial arts expert in jail for defending himself against four armed robbers
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"A Chinese martial arts expert was in custody yesterday after turning the tables on four burglars armed with knives, killing two of them and seriously wounding a third."

"The 28-year-old man, known as 'the doctor' for his practice of acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine, managed to seize one of the two knives carried by his assailants and saw off the entire group with the ferocity of his reaction."

"Magistrates in the central Italian town of Empoli are now seeking to establish whether his self-defence constituted an excessive use of force." ...
 

OH: Youngstown city bureaucrats obstructing multiple Constitutional rights
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"As the grassroots effort to draw attention to the absurdity of the Supreme Court ruling rolls across the state in the form of open carry 'Defense' Walks, organizers have met with overwhelming support from the local governments. Organizers for next week's walks in Manchester, Swanton (Toledo-area), and Lorain (Cleveland-area) have all reported similarly."

"And then there's Youngstown." ...
 

GA: Women offered self-defense workshop
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"The Alpharetta Recreation and Parks Department will be host to an ALL WOMEN CAN workshop for adults and teens in October to learn self-defense."

"ALL WOMEN CAN is a six-hour workshop designed to teach both theoretical and practical skills necessary for effective self-defense. The workshop includes situational assessment education, discussion of body weapons and vital targets. Participants will practice a wide range of techniques useful in a variety of self-defense situations."

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I am 6'4" 350 pounds. While I'm not a criminal, many offenders are large. Unless they've got a gun, all women CAN'T.
 

UK: Gun crime spreading in south Bucks
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IT is not just residents of inner cities who have to be wary of the increase in gun crime. Reporters Clare Kelly and James Clements look at its impact on south Bucks

THIS year is likely to be remembered for the horrific growth in gun crime.

The killing of two sisters in Birmingham prompted a nationwide gun amnesty.

A mother in Nottingham was shot protecting her daughter.

A man in Leicester was shot in what could have been a road-rage incident and two other men in Reading were shot in a 'drive-by' shooting.

But despite the local success in a gun amnesty, criminals continue arming themselves with real or imitation weapons. [emphasis added]
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You mean criminals didn't disarm as their victims did?
 

Supreme Court Clears Way for Medical Pot
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WASHINGTON Oct. 14 — "The Supreme Court cleared the way Tuesday for state laws allowing ill patients to smoke marijuana if a doctor recommends it."

"Justices turned down the Bush administration's request to consider whether the federal government can punish doctors for recommending or perhaps just talking about the benefits of the drug to sick patients. An appeals court said the government cannot."

"Nine states have laws legalizing marijuana for people with physician recommendations or prescriptions: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. And 35 states have passed legislation recognizing marijuana's medicinal value." ...
 

UK: British gun crime 'fuelled by Ireland'
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Sure, blame the Irish!
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"Dissident republican paramilitaries are fuelling gun crime on the streets of Britain by smuggling weapons from the Irish Republic to sell to gangs, an Irish Government minister has claimed."

"Justice minister Willie O'Dea said that elements of the Real IRA and Continuity IRA appeared to be in contact with gangs in English cities such as Manchester."

"He said that guns were being smuggled from the Limerick area, which he represents in the Dail."

"The area had recently been flooded with weapons as the dissident groups got involved in a feud between criminal gangs fighting for control of the drugs trade." ...
 

Australia: When repressive laws do not work, pass laws that are more repressive
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[Original title: Call for police gun-control powers]

THE Carr Government should consider giving police powers to conduct random car searches for illegal handguns, the NSW Opposition police spokesman Peter Debnam said today.

Mr Debnam was speaking after four separate shooting incidents, resulting in two deaths in one of the shootings, in NSW in the past 48 hours.

"It really is time (Premier) Bob Carr moved beyond denial and admitted there was a crisis with gun violence on the streets of NSW, especially in southwest Sydney," he told reporters.

"What we need to the Government to do is look at a legislative response."
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Right, like repealing the existing laws that have proven not to work!
 

Nigeria: Robbers Raid Bank, Kill Two
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"At least two persons, including a security man, have been confirmed dead after armed robbers stormed the Eke Nguru branch of a commercial bank. They made away with an undisclosed amount of money. The robbers numbering about five, drove to the bank in a black Mercedes Benz V-booth, at the peak of the day's business. At the end of the 30 minute operation, a security man whose name was given as Mr. Sylvester Eke, from Umuamadi Nguru, Mbaise, as well as an unidentified student, lay dead. "The dare devil robbers came through Eke Ahiara junction, went straight to the bank manager and demanded the keys to the doors", a man who simply identified himself as Chukwuemeka told our reporter at the scene."
 

Invasion - Death of a Culture
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"The Border Patrol reports that currently 69% of all illegal aliens are Mexican but they have also confirmed an increase in Middle Eastern illegals coming in through Mexico as well. Nearly 4 million illegal Mexican aliens inhabit the Southwest and they are becoming increasingly brazen and more heavily armed. Our southern border is wide open so why do we bother with Homeland Security or any other security measures? The greatest threat to America is already inside our borders."
 

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