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CCRKBA Blasts Remark From Brady Spokesman About Dropping Out of School
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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"[CCRKBA] is taking issue with a crass remark by Peter Hamm, spokesman for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, in which Hamm contended in a Fox News report that self-defense advocates have no business on college campuses."

"Hamm's remark, reported by Fox News on Wednesday, was, 'You don't like the fact that you can't have a gun on your college campus? Drop out of school.'"

"CCRKBA Executive Director Mark A. Taff, himself a part-time college student, fired back, 'For a fairly bright, though philosophically misguided guy, Peter said a remarkably stupid thing and he ought to apologize to every college student who believes that their right of self-defense should not be nullified simply by stepping onto a college campus.'" ...
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KABA Note: Mr. Hamm's comment reminds me of when abusive husbands used to tell their wives "if you don't like it just leave" knowing full well that a woman's financial prospects were miniscule, that she would probably lose custody of her children, etc..
 

Nicki F: This bitch needs a clue
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Tell me why in the world is this closed-minded, ignorant, incoherent sow still employed by the University of Northern Iowa and why tax dollars are paying her salary? After all, University of Northern Iowa is a state school, is it not? It's one thing to be a pacifist. It's one thing to not want guns in your life or want your children to join the military. It's your choice. Your personal choice. It's quite another to try and impose your twisted views on everyone else while receiving money from the very taxpayers whose rights you're trying to shred and whose sons and daughters choice to serve in the military you're trying to smear."

"A University of Northern Iowa professor continued her crusade this week to have the school's Reserve Officer's Training Corps program removed from the campus." ...
 

A fair forum on 2nd Amendment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The recent Second Amendment symposium at the George Mason University School of Law brought scholars and activists on both sides of the gun debate together to talk about what will happen to gun rights in the next few years. The consensus was that while no one knows exactly what will happen, it may well be historic."

"On Oct. 17, the Law School hosted the Annual Symposium of the George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal, entitled 'The Second Amendment and Twenty-First Century Jurisprudence.' I spoke along with a number of other well-known figures in the gun debate, both pro-gun and anti-gun. ..." ...
 

Hunting saves lives
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Which animal, besides man, kills more humans in the U.S. each year than any other?"

"Bears? Alligators? Cougars? El chupacabra?"

"Try white-tailed deer."

"According to a study by the Insurance Information Institute, more than 1.5 million deer-vehicle collisions take place in this country each year, killing more than 150 occupants and causing more than $1 billion in vehicle damage."

"From 2005 to 2006, the top states for Bambi-and-Buick encounters were Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, Virginia, Minnesota, Texas, Indiana and South Carolina." ...
 

Ruger .22 auto pistol
Submitted by: David Wolf

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"The original Ruger pistol, now called the Standard, had no model number, as it was the first, and for a time only, gun made by Sturm, Ruger. Prior to Bill Ruger's partnership with Sturm, he had successfully duplicated two Baby Nambu pistols while working in his garage, from a US Marine's captured Nambu, shortly after World War II. Although deciding against marketing the Baby Nambu Pistols, Ruger did incorporate the Nambu style rear cocking device and modified the Nambu's silhouette, plus he added a 4.75" lightweight barrel with fixed sights. The MK I added a Target model, which had a 5.5" bull barrel, or a 7" heavy taper barrel and adjustable sights. The MK II added a slide stop that held the slide open on the last round ..." ...
 

Shares of Sturm Ruger down sharply; swings to 3Q loss
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & PIstol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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Shares of Sturm Ruger & Co. (NYSE:RGR) fell sharply Thursday after the company posted a third-quarter loss and sales decreased from the comparable quarter last year.

After the closing bell Wednesday, the company reported a third-quarter loss of $617,000, or 3 cents a share, compared with earnings a year earlier of $957,000, or 4 cents a share.

Third-quarter sales were $31.9 million, down from last year's sales of $41.6 million.

Shares of the Southport, Conn.-based firearm and investment casting products company were down 41.4% to $10.02.
 

Brady Campaign Applauds Senator Biden's Anti-Crime Package
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & PIstol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Paul Helmke, President of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, praised U.S. Senator Joseph Biden of Delaware for today introducing comprehensive anti-crime legislation including a federal assault weapons ban and an end to the loophole allowing gun sales at gun shows without a Brady background check." ...
 

Supreme Court to Consider Possible Second Amendment Case on November 9; Brady Center Experts Decry Misuse of Legal Precedent in D.C. Circuit Ruling
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & PIstol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"As the U.S. Supreme Court indicates on its electronic docket that it will consider the District of Columbia's petition seeking review of a D.C. Circuit ruling striking down D.C.'s strict handgun law at the Court's November 9 internal conference, the legal staff of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence issued the latest installment in its continuing on-line critique of the ruling." ...
 

PA: Local Woman Joins Statewide Campaign Against Violence
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Pennsylvania ranks sixth in the nation when it comes to handgun homicides involving children."

[KABA Note: That is based on the number of deaths, the gun homicide death rate among those 14 and under puts PA 29th in the country, consistent with their non-firearm child homicide rate.]

"The fact has frightened some moms into action."

"Channel Four Action News' Jake Ploeger reported how some moms across the state are battling back."

"Hundreds gathered in Philadelphia Wednesday for the kickoff of a statewide program called Moms Against Guns, a grass roots campaign started by a woman in Philadelphia designed to get illegal guns off the streets." ...
 

NY: Crack down on handguns - they're a tool of terror, too
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"When we conjure up images of the terrorist threat to America, it usually involves chemical, biological or, God forbid, nuclear weapons. But it turns out one of the biggest terrorist threats to ordinary New Yorkers is also one of the most familiar - and most ignored: ordinary handguns."

"Yet America's strategy for keeping firearms out of the hands of terrorists is lax beyond belief. It's so lax, in fact, that today, people on the federal terrorist watch list are not prohibited from purchasing guns. Just think - a person on the watch list can be barred from getting on a plane, but he or she cannot be prevented from buying some weapons." ...
 

Limited gun ruling urged
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The District of Columbia government on Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to address only a single issue, if it agrees to hear the city’s appeal seeking to reinstate its flat ban on private possession of handguns. In a reply brief, found here[.pdf], city officials contended that the only issue the Court need decide is the meaning of the Second Amendment as it applies directly to the city’s specific ban on pistols. This would involve an inquiry aimed at what the Amendment’s words mean, 'construed in light of their history, purpose, and place in this Nation’s tradition.'" ...
 

'Who Has the Right to Own Guns?' Two Top Advocates Battle it Out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"High Noon came on the first Monday in October for two well-known New York attorneys who faced off in a mock Supreme Court argument about the Second Amendment."

"Armed only with their wit, experience and existing case law, Brooklyn attorney Barry Kamins and Jeh C. Johnson argued the merits of a case that could soon come before the real U.S. Supreme Court, at an event for the Office of the Appellate Defenders."

"In the past 100 years, the U.S. Supreme Court has only issued one decision on the Second Amendment right to bear arms. In U.S. v. Miller (1939), the Supreme Court found that weapons possession must bear 'some relationship to the preservation of a well-regulated militia.'" ...
 

What Happened in Heller, Chapter I: The Certiorari Briefing
Submitted by: Anonymous

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... "I've opined before that if the U.S. Supreme Court grants certiorari in District of Columbia v. Heller, the so far successful Second Amendment challenge to the District of Columbia's ban on handguns and functional long guns, then Heller will be the biggest case of the Term. ... The scope of the constitutional issues raised -- what is the basic meaning of a whole provision of the Bill of Rights? -- and the sheer intensity of popular concern with gun rights and gun control will propel Heller to the center of this Term, and indeed of the early legacy of the Roberts Court." ...
 

OH: Stupid criminal robs Ohio gunshop; caught by armed employees
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Saturday afternoon a white male ... entered Lock Stock & Barrel Gun Shop in New Boston to look at firearms. He decided he liked a particular AR15 rifle, moved toward the front door proudly holding it up, then politely telling the sales staff 'Thank alot guys!' and ran out the front door."

"The sales staff ... weren't feeling nearly as generous as the thief may have previously determined. They jumped the counters and gave rapid chase down the alley with pistols drawn, thinking anyone brilliant enough to actually attempt robbing a gun store in broad daylight may themselves be armed."

"The athlete with the stolen rifle was overtaken within 150 feet ... The thief was handcuffed and convinced to stay on the ground for his own safety. ..." ...
 

OH: Price Hill Woman Charged With Shooting Her Boyfriend
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A Price Hill woman is on trial charged with shooting her boyfriend in what she says was self defense.

Janice Young, allegedly shot her boyfriend, Eugene Vassar in front of her Beech Street home in June.

Vassar drove himself to a police station and ran inside for help.

Young's attorney claims his client had a restraining order against Vassar and only shot him to protect herself. [emphasis added]
 

OH: Campus concealed carry promotes safety
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Students across the nation will be seen carrying empty gun holsters this week in support of the right to bear arms guaranteed by the Second Amendment. The goal is to gain support from university administrators in hopes that some day registered and trained persons will be able to carry guns on campus. This message especially rings true for Virginia Tech who, until April 17 prided themselves as a gun free school."

"Second-year mechanical engineering student, Michael Flitcraft is leading the rally for Students for Concealed Carry on Campus at the University of Cincinnati. ..." ...
 

Compromising Your Beliefs
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"California - 2003: Governor Gray Davis was on the verge of being foisted out of office pending results of the special recall election. Since the recall was partly due to the Governor's anti-gun position, California gun owners were in a prime position to elect then-Senator Tom McClintock, an openly pro-gun legislator with the track record to prove it. ... The National Rifle Association did not endorse McClintock for the special election leaving gun owners to speculate about whether it is better to vote for a questionable Republican or an anti-gun Democrat. Since winning the Governor's seat, Mr. Schwarzenegger has banned .50 caliber rifles and passed the microstamping bill. I guess now we have our answer." ...
 

Edwards's Bid for Favor Of Hunters Draws Fire
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"A new attempt by a Democratic presidential hopeful, John Edwards, to cozy up to hunters is coming under fire from the National Rifle Association and conservation groups."

"Traveling in Iowa yesterday, Mr. Edwards unveiled a 'Hunting and Fishing Bill of Rights and Responsibilities' that calls for giving hunters more access to federal lands, including, in some cases, national parks." ...

"Asked for his opinion of the former senator's plan, the NRA's chief lobbyist, Chris Cox, replied: 'Pathetic.'"

"Mr. Cox said Mr. Edwards voted during his single Senate term for a measure to impose background checks at gun shows, for a ban on so-called assault weapons, and against a bill to protect gun makers from lawsuits. '... He's been on the wrong side at every opportunity,' the lobbyist told The New York Sun." ...
 

Bishop Provision Protects 2nd Amendment Rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The U.S. House of Representatives today passed an amendment sponsored by Congressman Rob Bishop that will ensure there will be no federal infringement of Second Amendment rights on certain public lands."

"The provision, which came in the form of the Republican Motion to Recommit on H.R. 1483, a bill to expand and create certain National Heritage Areas, stipulates that all designated lands within these areas would be exclusively governed by state and local laws regarding hunting, fishing, and the possession or use of a weapon, trap, or net."

"'What we're basically saying is that on these public lands, state and local firearm and hunting laws come first and will be enforced,' Congressman Bishop said. ..." ...
 

Duncan v. Louisiana, U.S. Supreme Court, "a right appertaining to each and all the people; the right to keep and to bear arms", May 20, 1968
Submitted by: GunShowOnTheNet.com
Website: http://GunShowOnTheNet.com/

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"...The Court today holds that the right to trial by jury guaranteed defendants in criminal cases in federal courts by Art. III of the United States Constitution and by the Sixth Amendment is also guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment..."

"...that it is far wiser to rely on what was said, and most importantly, said by the men who actually sponsored the Amendment..."

"...to these should be added the personal rights guarantied and secured by the first eight amendments of the Constitution; such as the freedom of speech and of the press; the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the Government for a redress of grievances, a right appertaining to each and all the people; the right to keep and to bear arms..."
 

Bahrain shooting suspect worked base security
Submitted by: Pastor Guest
Website: http://www.stepstowardthemark.com/

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"The alleged shooter in an incident Monday in Bahrain that left two sailors dead was armed as a member of the base security force, according to a Navy spokesperson." ...

"Gresham and Camacho were masters-at-arms assigned to the base security force. Gresham arrived there in March; Camacho arrived in September."

"The alleged shooter was also a member of the base security force."

"Garcia said military personnel are prohibited from possessing personal firearms in the Central Command area. She said Camacho and Gresham were not on duty at the time, but 'the male, I believe, was. That’s why he had a gun,' Garcia said." ...
 

ATF rebuked for shutting down dealers for record keeping errors
Submitted by: Idaho Ordnance
Website: http://www.id-ord.com

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"I just happened to receive the Appropriations Bill for 2008[.pdf] which was passed by the House of Representatives. Take a look at the page titled 63:"

"The Committee has heard reports that ATF has pursued violation revocations and denials against firearms dealers based on violations that consist largely of record keeping errors of various types that are unlikely to impede tracing investigations or prosecution of individuals who use firearms in crime. The Committee encourages ATF to consider lesser gradation of sanctions for record keeping errors."

"That sounds great but this is an agency that answers to no one! They were told to correct this problem in the 2004 OIG report but it is several years later ..."
 

PA: Marysville Police Officer Charged with Sex Crimes against Teen Girls
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"State Police filed criminal charges Thursday against a suspended Marysville police officer accused of having sexual contact with teenage girls and soliciting sex from teens in exchange for not filing criminal charges."

"According to a statewide investigating grand jury, Robert J. Pavlovich Jr., 39, of Camp Hill asked 14 different young girls to sneak out of their homes to meet him late at night, sometimes while he was on duty." ...

"... the grand jury also found that Pavlovich engaged in oral sexual intercourse with a 19-year-old woman who had a mental disability."

"... Pavlovich had indecent contact with three young girls, including one who was under the age of 13 ... of engaging in sexual activity." ...
 

HI: 'Wrong house' raid costs county $325K
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The couple baby-sitting their grandchildren when police mistook their home for a drug dealer’s residence has been awarded a $325,000 settlement ..." ...

"... without a warrant authorizing entrance into the home of William and Sharon McCulley, ... police entered their home."

"... police then threw Sharon McCulley on the ground next to her grandchild and handcuffed her, pressing a gun so hard into her head it left a circular mark ..."

"Her husband, William McCulley ... was also ordered to lie on the ground, but was unable to do so quickly because of his disability. Thrown to the ground by an officer, William McCulley’s implanted electronic shocking device to alleviate pain malfunctioned causing him to convulse ..." ...
 

OK: Officials fire Noble police officer charged in incident
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A Noble police officer who was arrested for drunken driving last month has been fired.

City Manager Bob Wade says he's fired officer Bobby Sirpless.

Sirpless had been on paid administrative leave since September 10th when he was charged with misdemeanor counts of DUI, carrying a firearm while under the influence and transporting an open container.

Sirpless' attorney says Sirpless is considering legal action against the city.

Court records say Sirpless was arrested by Norman police after witnesses saw him run a red light and crash into another car. A police report says Sirpless smelled of alcohol, was unsteady on his feet and refused to take a field sobriety test.
 

OH: Former Zanesville officer indicted in drug case
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A federal grand jury brought additional charges today against a former Zanesville police officer charged with conspiring to rob a drug dealer and sell his wares."

"Sean Beck, 28, previously was charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine and extortion in an alleged plot involving another Zanesville officer and a hospital security guard."

"An indictment handed down today in Columbus also charged Beck with illegal possession and distribution of oxycodone. A federal informant claimed Beck gave him the pills, which he seized during a traffic stop, and told him to sell them."

"Beck also was charged with two counts of carrying a firearm during a drug-trafficking offense." ...
 

NY: Ex-NYPD captain admits exposing himself to female cop
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An NYPD captain forced to retire in disgrace has admitted for the first time that he exposed himself to a female cop in a Bronx precinct stationhouse."

"But Capt. Michael DeBellis claims he did it only after the female cop opened her blouse and bared her bra to him."

"'What happened was a consensual act,' said DeBellis' lawyer James Moschella." ...

"The defense attorney said DeBellis knows his behavior was inappropriate and it's the reason he copped to a plea agreement with NYPD prosecutors to forfeit 60 days' pay. The deal allows him to retire with his full pension intact." ...
 

MN: Rasicot trial set for Dec. 17
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A jury trial that was set to begin Oct. 23 for Donald Rasicot, the Crookston Police officer facing three charges in connection with an August 2006 incident, instead turned into an omnibus hearing ..."

"Rasicot, 47, allegedly kicked Jason Knutson in the head while in the process of incarcerating him ... Knutson reported the incident ... which led to an investigation conducted by Clay County to avoid conflicts of interest. That investigation led to two counts of misconduct of a public official and one count of fifth degree assault filed against Rasicot in February." ...

"Before being hired in Crookston, Rasicot was dismissed by the City of Minneapolis for using excessive force while employed as a police officer there." ...
 

MN: Preventing another tragedy
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One would think a bill that could help prevent the mentally ill from owning firearms, a bill endorsed by both the National Rifle Association and gun-control advocates would be able to get through the U.S. Senate. Yet, Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) has made himself into a one-man barricade preventing the passage of legislation that would clarify the kinds of mental health records that states need to forward to the national background check system. The bill has widespread bipartisan support, and many family members of the 32 people killed in the Virginia Tech shootings last year have traveled to Washington to ask Congress to close this loophole." ...
 

TX: Keep Mountains Public
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The state of Texas owns a desolate West Texas mountain range that was roughed up and overgrazed ... It needs loving care, and Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson's solution is to sell the 9,200 acres to a private buyer who could nurse it back to health."

"That's a bad plan ... Worse, Mr. Patterson plans to push ahead with the sale despite an offer from the National Park Service to consider adding the tract in question, the Christmas Mountains, to the neighboring Big Bend National Park."

"That would seem to be a good marriage, but the commissioner has raised an objection more stunning than a kick from a mule: the ban on hunting and concealed weapons on federal parkland."

"His message: 'No hunting, no firearms, no deal.'" ...
 

UK: Pub gunfight judge: open verdict
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A CORONER said she could not rule out the fatal Brass Handles shots were fired in self defence as she recorded an open verdict on the pair who died."

"Carlton Alveranga, 20, and Richard Austin, 19, died in a bungled execution attempt at the crowded Pendleton pub when it is thought one of their own guns was turned on the pair."

"A Bolton inquest was told each suffered a single and fatal wound to the chest after storming in to the vault to gun down Dave Totton, of Rosamond Drive, Trinity."

"Austin fired a volley of shots at Totton in full view of Sunday lunchtime customers who had been watching a Manchester United match on TV in March 2006." ...
 

UK: Why was he allowed on the streets to stab again?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"FATHER Bennett's death could have been avoided, according to the mother of a man stabbed by Geraint Evans."

"Craig Phillips, aged 18 ... was stabbed in the neck and lung by Evans in March 2006 in an unprovoked attack ..."

"Mr Phillips's mother Beverley Pike said: 'When I heard about Fr Paul's death I was fuming, I was devastated.'"

"'If something had been done when Craig was stabbed, Fr Paul's life could have been saved.'"

"'Because Craig was just a youngster his case was pushed into the corner.'" ...

"Mrs Pike is angry nothing was done about Evans’s obvious mental problems, the fact he was a Satan worshipper and, as the court case revealed, that he'd had no psychiatric assessments until after Fr Bennett's death." ...
 

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