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No Apology From Hillary for Still-Injured Cop
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"A Westchester County police officer who was injured while trying to stop New York Senator Hillary Clinton's van after it blew past an airport security checkpoint 16 days ago has yet to receive an apology from her or anyone on her staff."

"I can tell you, no," Officer Ernest Dymond told NewsMax.com Tuesday, when asked whether Mrs. Clinton had contacted him to express any concern over the injury that has rendered him unable to return to active duty for more than two weeks.
 

Secret meetings? Not a good move for FL
Submitted by: Kevin

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The entire scenario is ludicrous, and it's offensive to any Floridian. Hush-hush discussions are a fact of life. John McKay and House Speaker Tom Feeney huddled behind closed doors to discuss multimillion-dollar taxcuts.Fastforward to some generic city council meeting during which members unanimously agree that they,must be allowed to meet in private to discuss terrorism. Can you imagine? Then again, we'd better not give the Miami City Commission any wild ideas.Where will the secrecy end?

 

UK: Shotgun farmer's life sentence reduced
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"FARMER Tony Martin's murder conviction and life sentence for the shotgun killing of a teenage burglar were today reduced by the Court of Appeal to manslaughter and a five-year jail term."

"His 10-year sentence for wounding the burglar's accomplice was also cut to three years, to run concurrently."

"The ruling dashed hopes that Martin, who has served 18 months, would be freed immediately. But he will be eligible for release in about a year's time after serving half the new sentence."
 

UK: One in 10 "would not report murder"
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More than one in 10 adults would not report a murder they had witnessed because of lack of faith in the criminal justice system, a survey says.

The report also found that 59% would not call the police if they heard screaming from their neighbours and 70% would not report a street brawl.

Left-wing think-tank the Institute of Public Policy Research, which commissioned the poll of 1,000 adults, said the results showed an "alarming" failure of the criminal justice system.
 

BATF Gun Nazis confiscate guns in violation of second amendment
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Truck seized by BATF. Guns seized by BATF included the 12 gauge "street sweeper" they recently decided should be registered.

"Authorities interviewed a man who said that Rothrock told him that he had owned the 'street sweeper' for the last 15 years."

Meanwhile, BATF's assault against his person and property surely included the use of brand new, fully automatic machineguns We Their Bosses cannot purchase or possess without the threat of PRISON.
 

Some security ideas rejected FL
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"Both provisions have been embraced in the Senate over the objections of civil libertarians and First Amendment advocates, allowing law enforcement broader powers to eavesdrop on telephone conversations.

"'This is not closing otherwise public records. It's simply a postponement. It's a rational, reasonable request.' Petersen said, in her years of experience as a First Amendment lawyer, she has found that 'too often, access delayed is access denied.'"
 

CPSC sues to recall some high-powered B-B guns
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"Consumer advocates say they're not your standard B-B guns.

"The Consumer Product Safety Commission is suing Daisy Manufacturing, one of the biggest makers of B-B guns.

"The commission is trying to force Daisy to recall (m) millions of high-powered versions of the guns...Chairman Ann Brown says B-B's can get lodged in the guns, making it tough to tell when they're loaded...says there's always a danger of kids pointing the guns at one another -- even though they're not supposed to."
 

The Man Behind the Curtain
Submitted by: fwiedner

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A plan was drafted and was signed in approval by all of the Joint Chiefs. Staged bombings would be perpetrated across the USA. There were plans to fake the hijacking, and destruction, of a civilian aircraft.
 

Socialist candidate fired from Goodwill job
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Italie is one of nine candidates running for mayor of Miami against incumbent Joe Carollo. "His political beliefs are those of a communist who would like to destroy private ownership of American enterprises and install a communist regime in the United States."

"I find it kind of ironic that a company making American flags is firing somebody for having diverse points of view," Amlong said.
 

On liberty, and the price thereof
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"The bottom line is simple and clear: Dismantling democracy is exactly what the terrorists sought. With these actions, we ourselves surrender to them their greatest victory. These votes will be celebrated in every terrorist cave in the Mideast, every cell in Europe, every spy living in our midst."
 

Coalition demands information on hundreds being detained in terrorism probe
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WASHINGTON · "Increasingly alarmed about the detention of hundreds of people as part of an anti-terrorism investigation, Arab-American and human rights groups demanded Monday that the government reveal who are jailed, where they are kept and on what charges."
 

Is anti-terrorism anti-Constitution?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"While a vast majority of Americans are pleased with the progress of the so-called 'war on terrorism' – declared in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks on New York City and the Pentagon – an increasing number of lawmakers, civil libertarians and analysts from both sides of the political spectrum are becoming increasingly concerned about a possible misuse of new anti-terrorism laws."
 

Homeland Insecurity
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A Sacramento journalist is taken into custody by police and forced to destroy photos by an over-zealous National Guardsman. Apparently, the terrorists are indeed causing instability."

"Does this man frighten you? [See photo.] The 'suspicious' journalist shows his ticket and ID at Sacramento International Airport. The photos of LAX were ordered destroyed."

"I didn’t expect to be ordered to destroy photographs by an irate National Guardsman. I didn’t expect the Los Angeles Police Department to confiscate and read the notes I’d taken on my trip. I didn’t expect to be questioned by the FBI and detained for nearly three hours for no probable cause."
 

New threat rattles nation
Submitted by: serinde

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"The Justice Department jolted the nation with a new terrorism warning Monday night, saying it had 'credible' but nonspecific information that a new wave of attacks could strike Americans at home or overseas this week."

"Federal agencies, including the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Federal Aviation Administration, are adopting undisclosed security measures, Ashcroft said."

[Are these "undisclosed" measures going to be more effective than others they've tried?]
 

Former airline chairman rips current security
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Former American Airlines Chairman Robert Crandall sharply criticized government and industry leaders Monday for failing to come up with the kind of comprehensive new security measures that he said are necessary to overcome the "greatest challenge our aviation system has ever faced."

Crandall was sharply critical of the actions taken so far to increase aviation security, saying "much of what has been done since Sept. 11, in my opinion, is show rather than substance."
 

Woman Shoots Intruder
Submitted by: Stan Jordan

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A 77-year-old woman who lives alone on Rogers Gap Road shot one of two 19-year-old men who tried to break into her home early Sunday, police said.

They won't be breaking in this lady's home again.
 

California Governor Davis touts CHP sky marshal plan
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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WASHINGTON -- "After meeting Monday with federal officials, Gov. Gray Davis said he hopes to get approval within 30 days to allow California Highway Patrol officers to serve as sky marshals on flights within the state."
 

Safety Agency Chief Going Out With Gusto
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"So far this month, the agency has announced 15 recalls, and three federal safety standards have been started or finished -- with another to be considered today. Brown has also scheduled a 'major news conference' today, at which, industry sources say, she will start action toward a recall of about 4.6 million Daisy high-velocity air rifles."
 

Using Terrorism to Push a Gun-Control Agenda
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"It is no surprise to see more and more prominent people hijacking the hijackings. Immediately after the terrorist acts, Jerry Falwell suggested that we could avoid terrorism by banning abortion. Now comes a piece by former Clinton prosecutor Eric Holder arguing for more gun control."
 

Mineta Vows Better Airport Screening
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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WASHINGTON -- "Acknowledging an "unacceptable" level of problems at airport security checkpoints, Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta said Tuesday that government agents would make sure passengers and luggage were properly screened."
 

Gun sales, permits, training shoot up following terrorist attacks
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"What I do think had happened is that these attacks have made people realize just how vulnerable they can be," Goranflo added. "They are wanting to find ways to protect their homes from other crimes, like burglary, where a drug addict may break into a house to steal possessions in order to feed a habit."

 

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