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OK: No-knock warrants still used in spite of dangers
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"Warrants that permit police to knock down a door or break a window to make an arrest or search a home are still used in Oklahoma in spite of the 1999 shooting death of a state trooper who was issuing one of the warrants." ...
 

Australia: States baulk at joining Howard's gun crusade
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"A fresh appeal from the Prime Minister, John Howard, for tougher handgun laws in the aftermath of the Monash University killings met with a lukewarm response from NSW leaders yesterday."

"... the state governments, facing elections and the prospect of a backlash from the gun lobby, were more restrained." ...
 

Sniper Warns Children Are Not Safe
Submitted by: Salim Farhat

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A bus driver was shot to death Tuesday as he was about to set out on his morning route in what authorities fear was the 13th attack by the Washington-area sniper. Police also revealed a chilling warning found at a weekend shooting scene: "Your children are not safe anywhere at any time."

Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose issued a new plea, urging the gunman to continue a dialogue with investigators.

"It is important that we do this without anyone else getting hurt," he said
 

Trial begins for distributor of gun used in killing - all woman jury
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"The haunting surveillance footage of teenager Nathaniel Brazill shooting Lake Worth Middle School teacher Barry Grunow silenced a Palm Beach County courtroom yet again on Monday, but this time it's the gun on trial."

"After two years of intense litigation, an all-woman jury heard opening statements in the civil case brought by Grunow's widow against the South Florida company that distributed the .25-caliber Raven Arms handgun Brazill used that day."

"Pam Grunow's attorneys argued that the gun is a defective product because there is no legitimate use for it. It's inaccurate, cheaply-made and easy to conceal, all attributes that make it the weapon of choice for many criminals, they said." ...
 

Australia: School shooter was licensed to own the firearms he used
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"[Huan Yun] Xiang, 36, appeared briefly in Melbourne Magistrates Court yesterday charged with two counts of murder and five counts of attempted murder. He did not apply for bail and was not required to enter a plea."

"Police revealed Xiang was a licensed shooter with permits for the handguns allegedly used in the attack, which has sparked calls around the nation for tougher gun laws."

"Prime Minister John Howard will appeal to state and territory leaders to toughen Australia's gun laws when they meet in Canberra tomorrow." ...
 

MA: Jamaica Plain man shoots, kills intruder
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2:30am, three guys kick the door in.

Occupant is armed.

Two leave.

Third is permanently horizontal.

Community service comes in many flavors.
 

NH: Heston hunts votes during rally in NH (Union Leader)
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"His presence at the Center of New Hampshire was enough to send a gaggle of gun enthusiasts running to the nearest Smith & Wesson retailer, but Charlton Heston himself couldn’t part the small sea of protesters that stood outside last night’s National Rifle Association rally." ...

" 'It’s not only important that you vote, but who you vote for,' said Heston, while admitting he didn’t know the names of any New Hampshire candidates." ...
 

NJ: 'Smart gun' bill blocked in Assembly
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A bill that eventually would have required the sale of personalized handguns that could be fired only by specific people was killed yesterday by an Assembly committee."

"It was the furthest the effort to mandate so-called 'smart guns' had gotten in New Jersey, which supporters have been trying to make the first state with such a law. The Senate has twice passed the measure only to see it fail in the Assembly." ...
 

NY: McCall 'Snipes' at Gov on Guns
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"Carl McCall yesterday brought the Beltway sniper attacks into the governor's race yesterday - charging that Gov. Pataki has failed to require ballistic fingerprinting for rifles."

" 'It shouldn't take tragic events like those in Virginia and Maryland for New York to enact comprehensive laws that protect our people,' McCall said in a statement." ...
 

Reporter's sources can't be verified
Submitted by: Lee Matthews

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"The Associated Press has released a list of stories by a former reporter that contain quotations from experts whose existence cannot be verified."

Includes "A Nov. 4, 2001, item also from Washington about criminals getting guns from friends and family quoted 'Paul Stevens' and 'Jeffrey Wendell.' "

Complete list of questionable stories at
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A62780-2002Oct22.html
 

CA: "L.A. Cracks Down on 'Kitchen Table' Gun Sellers"
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"The city of Los Angeles on Monday cracked down on "kitchen table" gun sellers who may be conducting illegal weapons sales that are fueling a spike in gang-related shootings."

"A resurgence in violent gang crime has been a hot-button political issue in Los Angeles, as urban neighborhoods reel under a 40 percent increase in gang shootings and 22 percent increase in gang-related homicides over the past year." ...
 

"Stamping shell casings with the serial numbers of the guns expelling them"
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Just when you thought you'd heard it all...
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"As police seek new ways to link bullets to the guns that fired them, a Londonderry high-tech firm says it may have an answer —stamping shell casings with the serial numbers of the guns expelling them."

" 'There’s no need for an extensive database or cross-jurisdictional records when you can actually have the serial number in front of you,' said Todd Lizotte, an engineer with Delta Drive-based Nano Via. 'It’s one more step toward helping law enforcement make that link.' " ...
 

Ballistic fingerprint resistance
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"In 1991, after George Hennard shot 22 people to death at a Luby's cafeteria in Killeen, Texas, Sarah Brady said the mass murder showed the need for a federal ban on 'assault weapons.' Mrs. Brady, the head of Handgun Control Inc., wrote an op-ed piece in which she asked, 'Is it going to take a massacre in every congressional district for enough members to find the backbone to put public safety ahead of the profits of the assault weapon lobby?' "

"It was an odd connection to make, since the pistols Hennard had used, a Glock 17 and a Ruger P89, were not covered by the legislation Mrs. Brady was demanding. A decade later, she and her organization, now called the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, are still trying to pass off non sequiturs as common sense." ...
 

NY: A Lawyer Has the Gun Industry in Her Sights
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"ELISA BARNES is flipping through the pages of Gun Digest 2002 in her law office in the financial district. Inside the trade publication, there's this 9-millimeter handgun that a gun manufacturer told her — with a straight face and in a taped deposition — is intended to shoot turkeys, mainly. Right. She let him have it for that one."

" 'They feed me all these lies,' says Ms. Barnes, a solo practitioner who is seen as something of a champion by gun control advocates." ...
 

Congress Must Forego Automatic Pay Raise
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"Under a law most recently reviewed in 1989, members of Congress receive a pay raise every year unless members themselves to stop it. Members are in the unusual situation not only of having complete power to raise their own pay, but of not even having to go through the formality of a public vote to see that their increase goes through. EVERY YEAR CONGRESS IS IN THE ENVIABLE POSITION OF DOING NOTHING TO JUSTIFY A RAISE." ...
 

DOJ eyes smart gun technology
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"The U.S. Justice Department is turning to technology to help guns recognize whose finger is on the trigger." ...

"The National Institute of Justice, the research and development arm of the Justice Department, is teaming up with Metal Storm, an electronic gun maker, to study how a firearm could be designed to determine whether the person wielding it should be allowed to fire it." ...

QUESTION:

Should the FBI agent who shot the innocent young man in the face with his machinegun have been allowed to fire it? Since he was an employee of the DOJ, this is a fair question. Perhaps FBI agents should be the crash test dummies for any such technology. ...
 

IL: Robber shot dead, accomplice may be charged
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Man tries to burglarize a house. Threatens armed homeowner with metal object. Burglar dead. The end.
 

The Hardyville Study on the Effectiveness of Ballistic Fingerprinting
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"So them idiots want all our guns 'fingerprinted', just like they want all of us fingerprinted' groused old Nat Lyons, as he stood with the guys around the counter at Grouchy's Guns and Liquor in beautiful downtown Hardyville. 'National ID for us, national ID for our guns, cause they think we're all criminals.' "
 

Australia: Gun laws under scrutiny after Monash shooting
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"The Prime Minister has given strong indication he is in favour of further strengthening Australian gun laws after two people were killed and five injured in a shooting at Melbourne's Monash University on Monday."

"Others have warned against a knee-jerk reaction to the shootings." ...
 

US government researches 'smart' gun
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"Ready, aim, check fingerprint, fire... New research in the US is aiming to develop a gun that will only shoot if it recognises who has their finger on the trigger."

"The US Justice Department is turning to technology to help guns recognise whose finger is on the trigger." ...
 

NJ: Gun tracking plan advances
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"Nearly three weeks after the Washington-area serial sniper inspired fear near the nation's capital, a state panel on Monday overwhelmingly approved plans to create a registry of so-called 'ballistic fingerprints.' "

"The Assembly Appropriations Committee voted 9-3 in favor of the bill, potentially making the Garden State the third in the nation to establish a ballistics database. The measure, anticipated to cost $5 million over three years, now goes up for a vote in the full Assembly." ...
 

NJ: 'Smart-gun' bill falls short one vote
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"Legislation that would require all handguns sold in New Jersey be equipped with 'smart-gun' technology when it becomes available did not get enough votes Thursday to pass the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee."

"Chairman Peter Barnes, D-Middlesex, co-sponsor of the original bill, said that he was not happy with the changes that would exclude law enforcement officers from being required to use the so-called childproof handguns, which can only be fired by the owner." ...
 

Group, Schumer push for 'fingerprinting' of rifle casings
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"New York's 2001 ballistic 'fingerprinting' law does not provide for the tracing of rifles such as the one being used by the Washington, D.C.-area sniper, a gun control group said Monday."

"New Yorkers Against Gun Violence called on the state Legislature to expand its ballistic fingerprinting law past handguns. The measure should also apply to rifles and to shotguns that fire lead slugs, the group said." ...
 

Gun Maker Immunity Bill May Be Victim of D.C. Sniper
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"A bill giving Utah's Browning North America and other U.S. gun manufacturers and dealers immunity from liability and negligence lawsuits apparently has become one of the casualties of the Washington-area sniper attacks."

"With Utah's three representatives signed on as original co-sponsors, the measure would shield gun makers and retailers from lawsuits by municipalities seeking to recover the cost of gun violence and block civil actions from individual victims of gun violence claiming negligence." ...
 

The sniper is not an excuse to eliminate gun ownership
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"With the so-called 'sniper' in the news recently, it’s easy to point the finger and blame firearms for everything. People claim that we should learn from this tragedy, that guns are bad and should be eliminated. Now, I don’t want to sound like a gun-toting hillbilly or anything, but simply put, these people are incorrect." ...
 

TX: Appeals Court Rules Truck Search Illegal
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"A National Rifle Association sticker on the window did not give police 'probable cause' to search a man's pickup truck in a Dallas suburb, a federal appeals court ruled. In a 2-1 ruling, the court said, 'Indeed, if the presence of an NRA sticker and camouflage gear in a vehicle could be used by an officer to conclude he was in danger, half the pickups in the state of Texas would be subject to a vehicle search.' " ...
 

CA: Senator to seek ballistic fingerprinting of California firearms
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"California would collect ballistic 'fingerprints' on all firearms sold in the state under legislation proposed Monday in response to the East Coast sniper shootings."

"Sen. Jack Scott, D-Altadena, said he will introduce legislation when lawmakers reconvene in December requiring manufacturers and importers to collect the unique markings for every firearm made and sold in California." ...
 

Court: NRA sticker doesn't warrant police search (another report)
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NEW ORLEANS - "A National Rifle Association sticker on a pickup truck was not enough justification to warrant a police search of the vehicle for a gun, a federal appeals court has ruled in a Texas case."

"In a 2-1 decision, a three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that police in a Dallas suburb did not have probable cause when they searched the truck of Jeffrey L. Estep and turned up a pistol in a case." ...
 

UK: More murder of disarmed innocents in Britain
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"An antiques dealer has been brutally murdered in a random gang attack after becoming lost on the London Underground and getting off at the wrong stop."
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U.K. gun banners won another victory when an unarmed tube traveller was viciously murdered by a gang.
 

Your Right to Make a Living
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The following article, written in three parts, presents, in the author's mind, how the IRS has and does perpetrate a colossal fraud on the United States citizens."

"Part 1 details the methodology used by the federal courts and the Department of Justice to prevent any legal challenge to the income tax from being brought before the court in income tax cases." ...
 

ND: NRA backs Clayburgh in House race
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"North Dakota House candidate Rick Clayburgh has the National Rifle Association’s stamp of approval."

"Clayburgh, a Republican, was endorsed by the NRA at a Monday news conference in Fargo.
Clayburgh, a longtime hunter, is a friend to gun owners and sportsmen, NRA representative Jason Osborne said at the news conference." ...
 

Canada: More reasons for gun ownership!
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Full text below:

"Fingers cut off by intruders"

"By CP"

"RICHMOND, B.C. -- RCMP are investigating a gruesome home invasion in which a victim had two fingers severed."

"Two men in their 20s burst into the house during broad daylight Sunday in what police described as a targeted attack."

"RCMP spokesman Cpl. Peter Thiessen said the intruders were armed with a gun and a knife."
 

OR: Smith, Bradbury blast each other in first debate
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"U.S. Senate candidates Gordon Smith and Bill Bradbury ripped each other's stands on Iraq, taxes and gun-control laws in their first debate Monday night, setting a combative tone as the race hits its final two weeks." ...
 

"US gun culture movie a hit"
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"A stinging movie satire of America's gun culture is cleaning up at the US box office just as an army of law enforcement officials battles to halt a sniper in the country's capital in his tracks."

"The documentary, Bowling for Columbine, was the 19th most popular movie in US and Canadian cinemas last weekend, as a gunman thought to be using a semi-automatic weapon randomly picked off his 12th victim in Washington."
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19th on the list, with all of the free press this anti-rights socialist is getting, is "cleaning up"?
 

Police Acknowledge they can't protect us
Submitted by: Doug Compton

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In a news conference today, Chief Charles Moose when speaking about the latest sniper shooting in MD acknowledged that police can not protect the citizens.

Quote that appears in this article about 1/3 through:

"We have not been able to ensure that anyone, any age, any gender, any race – we have not been able to ensure anyone their safety in regard to this situation."
 

Why Ask Why?
Submitted by: Randy Hudson

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Blog, by Eugene Volokh, on Jim Oliphant's law.com piece about gun control
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"[W]hat [Oliphant's] article completely misses is any sense for the main practical reasons that people oppose gun bans." ...

"In the entire article, I saw not a word about people's desire to have the tools needed to defend themselves and their families.... I saw not a word about people's skepticism that gun control can ever disarm criminals..." ...
 

NRA Sticker Is No Reason for Cops to Search Truck, Court Rules (Newsmax report)
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"A National Rifle Association sticker on the window did not give police 'probable cause' to search a man's pickup truck in a Dallas suburb, a federal appeals court ruled."

" 'Indeed, if the presence of an NRA sticker and camouflage gear in a vehicle could be used by an officer to conclude he was in danger, half the pickups in the state of Texas would be subject to a vehicle search,' a panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said in a 2-1 decision in New Orleans." ...
 

"How the Gun Debate Died"
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"[A]s the local media turned the shootings into a 24/7 story and the standard-issue experts appeared on television, the notion that policy-makers might seek a way to keep handguns, rifles, sniper scopes or high-caliber bullets off the market was never floated."

"In that sense, the gun lobby...has secured its greatest victory.... Where 30 years ago, a president and Congress spoke openly of banning certain types of guns, of licensing and registration, today, that talk is political cyanide." ...
 

NJ: "Smart Guns" Supported by Police Chiefs - if police are exempt!
Submitted by: Debbie Kalinowski

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It seems there is a problem with this bill because it requires the police to also carry "smart guns". If the "smart gun" technology is supposed to be so good for the general populace, then how come the policymakers don't want to pass a bill which forces police to use it as well?!!
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... "The state's Association of Chiefs of Police backed the bill, but objected to requiring officers to use the as-yet-undeveloped technology. Both the chiefs and the bill's main sponsor, Assemblywoman Loretta Weinberg (D., Bergen), agreed it would be prudent to develop the technology for police officers but not include such a requirement in the bill." ...
 

Restricting First Amendment Rights could be Dangerous to your Health
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One of the many battlefronts for this issue is advertising rights for medical drugs and devices. Pharmaceutical advertising rights are tightly controlled and recently some in the medical community have begun to ask the question "Do these controls violate the First Amendment?" One regulation that most definitely violates the First Amendment is the off-label drug use regulation. Off-label drug use is all uses for a drug not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
 

NRA Sticker not probable cause for vehicle search - dissenter's view
Submitted by: John G. Lankford
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A 2-1 majority of a panel of the US 5th Circuit Court of Appeals held an NRA sticker on a vehicle did not give police probable cause to search it for a firearm. The dissenting judge, with typical liberal convolution, said the majority made the NRA sticker a "free pass" exempting the driver from a lawful search. The majority position saves drivers from paying a harrassment price for exercising their freedoms of expression and association and keeping/bearing of arms.
 

American crime, statistically speaking
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... "If we're going to get specific about gun violence, let's ask which Americans kill people. After all, we are an extremely diverse nation, far more diverse than 'quiescent' Canada, say, which still is 95 percent composed of 'the same European stock that founded America.' "

"According to the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports — online at www.fbi.gov/ucr/ucr.htm — the homicide rate among Americans of 'European stock' is virtually identical to the rate in European nations. Correspondingly, the homicide rate among American blacks is close to the rates in black nations — that is, five to eight times the European American rate. The rate of all violent crime among American Hispanics is three times the European American rate. Average the three rates, and America stands out like a bloody thumb among the other 'Western countries.' "

"Mr. Moore is tired of the 'whole culture of violence.' So are most Americans. We're also tired of being falsely blamed for it. Diversity has obliterated the very concept of the 'average American,' so from now on, one should specify exactly whom one is referring to when speaking of 'Americans' killing people."
 

Shotgun forces man to barricade himself in home and commit suicide
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Here's a story about how an innocent man was forced by his own shotgun to barricade himself in his home. The evil firearm then forced the innocent victim to point the business end of the gun at his person and pull the trigger.

The unsuspecting citizen died a violent death, and firearms manufacturers should be sued because of it. Police had to use force to gain entry through the front door -- "because Smith apparently had blocked it with the couch."

Anyone who denies the fact that the shotgun made this man end his precious life is an anti-government extremist.
 

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