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Sometimes Criminals Walk Among Us: Self-Enforcement is Key at Gun Shows
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The national establishment media is getting a lot of mileage from another of New York Mayor Bloomberg's dirty tricks. In this case, the Mayor sent private investigators to gun shows in several states to prove that illegal gun trafficking is taking place, and that criminals can easily buy firearms in unregulated private transactions." ...

"This issue, however, is bigger than Mayor Bloomberg's crusade to end private gun ownership and show the gun violence in New York is not his fault."

"Each time someone takes part in an illegal sale at a gun show, it puts the rights of law-abiding gun owners at risk because it plays into the hands of the anti-gun movement by giving credence to the existence of a 'gun show loophole.'" ...
 

The one man army: How a Cambridge-educated botanist fought a three-year war against 4,000 Japanese troops
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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... "In a new biography, historian Brian Moynahan recounts how the young officer successfully led a tiny resistance war that wrought such havoc on Japanese supply lines that local commanders were convinced they were looking for a 200-strong force of Australian guerillas and dispatched a force of 4,000 to catch them."

"Yet Chapman's exploits have largely gone overlooked in the history books, forgotten amid the many tales of heroism from the conflict in Europe."

"That is a terrible injustice. For his story of endurance in the fetid heat of the Malayan jungle is surely one of the most awe-inspiring of the whole war." ...
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H/t to Mike Vanderboegh.
 

Advice For Taking Your Gun Apart
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"When you buy a firearm, it generally comes with disassembly instructions. If you’re gonna shoot it, ya gotta clean it…and when it gets dirty enough, ya gotta take it apart to get it cleaned right."

"Actually, taking it apart is the easy part. As so many of our experienced readers know, the challenge comes when you try to put the damn things back together."

"Hint…leftover parts are NOT a good sign, and were NOT usually extraneous to the design…" ...
 

AL: Officials Release Name of Suspected Robber
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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Authorities finally released the name of the person killed in an attempted robbery Tuesday morning in Yantley, Ala.

19-year-old Daniel Law, Jr., was shot and killed Oct. 20 when officials say he tried to rob the Citgo store on Highway 10.

Law was a 2009 graduate of Choctaw County High School.

Investigators say the owner of the store fired the fatal shot. No charge was filed.

The case will be presented to a grand jury.
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Submitter's Note: Alas, another teen "victim" of "gun violence" for the Bradys to celebrate.
 

PA: Man fires gun at fleeing burglar
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Franconia Township homeowner who found a burglar in his home early Sunday morning grabbed a shotgun and fired several shots as the person fled."

"According to Franconia Township Police, the resident of a home in the 300 block of Oak Driver heard a noise in his kitchen at 2:30 a.m."

"The homeowner saw a man run out of the kitchen door after taking an undetermined amount of cash that was left on the kitchen table, police said."

"Wielding a shotgun, the homeowner chased the burglar through his backyard, firing several rounds in the direction of the suspect, police said."

"After losing the suspect, the homeowner notified police." ...
 

FL: Home invasion ends in shooting
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Two men, armed with a knife and a tire iron, reportedly forced their way inside a Port Charlotte home Saturday night, only to find the occupants had guns."

"The botched home invasion robbery ended quickly when one of the suspects sustained a nonfatal gunshot wound to the stomach ..." ...

"Two men ... wearing stockings over their faces, kicked open the front door, deputies said."

"Becerril reportedly held Gilmore at knifepoint. McGlone ran into his father's bedroom, where Gilmore kept several guns, and was chased by Sowers, toting a tire iron."

"Sowers allegedly hit McGlone over the head with the tire iron before being shot in the stomach." ...
 

AL: Center Point-area robbery foiled after shots exchanged
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A barrage of gunfire erupted during a robbery attempt in the Center Point area Tuesday night, authorities said today."

"Two employees of the Phone Store ... were closing up for the night about 8 p.m. when a man came from behind a trash bin and pointed a gun at the female employee as she was getting in her car, saying 'Give up your money; you might as well give it up.'"

"When the male employee tried to take cover, the gunman opened fire. The male employee returned fire, firing eight shots at the robber who took off running ..." ...

"Neither of the victims were injured." ...
 

TX: Elderly woman scares off home invader with gun
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Law enforcement officials suspect a home invasion in Leon County is connected to a serial rapist who has been terrorizing elderly women in rural areas of Texas for months."

"On Saturday, police say a man broke into the home of an 81-year-old woman."

"The woman had a handgun and managed to fire several shots, scaring the man away."

"The burglar got away with some cash and other items, but the woman was not hurt."

"Investigators believe this incident may be connected to a series of sexual assaults on elderly women across four Central Texas counties, including Bell County."

"At least seven women have been attacked since January."

"All are over 60, widows and live alone in rural areas." ...
 

City of Lorain residents concerned as drug related violence continues to rise
Submitted by: Daniel White
Website: http://www.OhioCCW.org

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"This isn't the first time the City of Lorain has faced runaway violence due to the drug trade. It got so bad in the seventies that four police officers, including current police chief Cel Rivera, formed what was dubbed the 'shotgun squad' and patrolled the streets after hours as a plain clothes unit."

"Yesterday, another person was shot in the city, becoming the sixth shooting victim in the last two weeks. Lorain's Morning Journal reports that citizens are justifiably concerned for their safety." ...
 

Another good night for the Second Amendment
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
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... "By far the most prominent gun control advocate on the ballot this year was Jon Corzine (F). This summer, Corzine twisted lots of legislative arms to win enactment of gun rationing ('one-handgun-a-month'), a silly law that is even sillier in New Jersey, where every handgun purchase requires advance permission from the local police chief. With Christie replacing Corzine, New Jersey gun owners can hope for benign neglect rather than active hostility. ..."

"In sum: A bad night for advocates of gun show restrictions. Another fine night (as were election nights 2006 and 2008) for Democrats with A ratings from NRA. And good news for Second Amendment advocates in blue New Jersey and purple Virginia."
 

Gun owners cheer at Corzine ouster, overlook Bloomberg’s 3rd term
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The final scene in Patton, in which the general is walking his dog across a German landscape as George C. Scott does a voice-over immediately came to mind after an election night that cost New Jersey’s insanely anti-gun Gov. Jon Corzine his job after one term."

"'For over a thousand years,' Patton said, 'Roman conquerors returning from the wars enjoyed the honor of triumph, a tumultuous parade. In the procession came trumpeteers, musicians and strange animals ... A slave stood behind the conqueror holding a golden crown and whispering in his ear a warning: that all glory is fleeting.'"

"Left in office for a third term sure to be filled with anti-gun shenanigans was New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg." ...
 

Early Returns – A Move Toward Smaller Government & Less Gun Control?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"It's a Republican sweep in Virginia. Bob McDonnell has the election locked up along with fellow Republicans winning the Lt. Governor and Attorney General offices. The Republican victory in Virginia was overwhelming, with the GOP netting a combined 60 percent of the vote over Democrats in the three races."

"In New Jersey, an unpopular (and Brady Bunch-endorsed) Democrat lost to what passes for a conservative Republican in that part of the world."

"Meanwhile in New York’s 23rd District, the Republican leadership had an opportunity to learn something about party discipline when their anointed candidate Dede Scozzafava, a genuinely liberal Republican, was pushed out of the race by an upstart conservative candidate ..." ...
 

Gun control: candidate ideology, polarization, division?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Who's dividing whom?"

"If you've come to understand that the left in America is exhibiting one of the most fundamental defense mechanisms – Projection – you're going to the head of the class. One of the biggest mistakes we can make is in imagining that the left is dealing with America in good faith."

"Ideology is not divisive, it can be most unifying under our system as our way of life. Like ostracism, it's not to be discouraged necessarily, but invoked from time to time as a survival tool. Under our system, debate is welcome, productive and even guiding, and should never be portrayed as ... a negative. ..." ...
 

What Do Yesterday's Elections Mean for Gun Owners?
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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"This is what you'll see coming at us ad nauseum: democrats advising the GOP they need more, not fewer Dede Scozzafavas. Does anyone think they advise this because they want to help coach the opposition into fielding a better game?"
 

Anti-gun Mayor Bloomberg's billions: Can't buy him love?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"As is not terribly surprising, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was re-elected in Tuesday's voting. What is somewhat surprising is the narrow margin of victory." ...

"Bloomberg's $100 million spending spree--that's $35 thousand per hour--sets a record for political campaign expenditures paid out of the candidate's pocket. This came only after Bloomberg used his wealth and power to have the law changed to allow him to run for a third term in the first place--and also after Bloomberg's henchmen warned the Obama administration to stay out of the race--to which Obama obediently agreed." ...
 

PA: MAIG in PA Just Lost 16 More Members
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
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"After last night's results came in, Bloomberg's anti-gun group is down another 16 mayors in Pennsylvania – and that's the minimum number. Unfortunately a few of the rural counties (and at least one not-so-rural county) don’t seem to have heard of this new-fangled internet thingamajig. They don’t post their results online. Another has a weird thing of not posting municipal races online even though at the county level, they still have to count those votes."

"Most of Bloomberg’s losses in Pennsylvania actually came through attrition. Most of those mayors opted not to run again. Some lost in their primary elections, and others in the general election last night." ...
 

FL: Bamm! NRA loves Paula Dockery
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"If there's one group that can sway loads of votes in Florida with a single blast e-mail, it's the NRA. And it just sent out this big, wet kiss of an e-mail in support of Sen. Paula Dockery, who is running against Attorney General Bill McCollum for governor:"

"ALERT Paula Dockery, A+ NRA rated Senator enters FL Governor's Race" ...

"Paula Dockery, a Strong Pro-Gun and NRA A+ rated Florida Senator has entered the race and is challenging Attorney General Bill McCollum in the Florida Governor's race."

"Dockery, who has a perfect A+ record on Second Amendment issues, has been and continues to be an outstanding leader in our fight to protect and preserve gun rights in Florida."
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VA: Pro Gun Candidates Sweep Virginia
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The three statewide candidates who turned in their VCDL surveys just won a crushing blow against their opponents, putting gun owners in a strong position to get some work done in 2010! Bob McDonnell, Bill Bolling, and Ken Cuccinelli won their races handily and VCDL congratulates them!"

"Have a pro-gun Governor will be a tremendous boost, especially after the last 4 years in the desert."

"By my count the Republicans now have 60 seats, the Democrats have 38, and independents have 2. Those numbers don’t necessarily mean much, as some Republicans are anti-gun and some Democrats are pro-gun. Overall, I would say that the General Assembly is now slightly more pro-gun than it was on November 2nd." ...
 

PA: PA Mayors Call for Reporting of Lost and Stolen Guns (video)
Submitted by: NYSRPA-PVF
Website: http://www.nysrpa-pvf.org

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"Mayors in Pennsylvania are leading a city-by-city and town-by-town effort to pass and enforce common sense lost and stolen gun reporting laws. In a new Mayors Against Illegal Guns video, some of those mayors explain why reporting laws are a critical public safety measure."
 

Canada: The most important right to arms vote of 2009
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
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"Will take place in the Canadian House of Commons today [Wednesday, Nov. 4], at approximately 5:30 p.m., Eastern Time. Bill C-391 is a private member’s bill (by Candice Hoeppner of Portage—Lisgar, Manitoba) to repeal Canada's failed and extremely expensive long gun registry." ...
 

Canada: Bill to scrap long gun registry passes next hurdle
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Bill C-391, An amendment to the Criminal Code (repeal of the long gun registry), passed a major hurdle in the legislative process earlier today when it was approved at Second Reading in the House of Commons. For 14 years, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (O.F.A.H.) has been determinedly fighting to scrap the long gun registry through media campaigns, rallies, presentations and meetings with public officials and politicians, and most recently, a national online petition." ...
 

Prosecution as Punishment: The Troubling Case of Albert Kwan
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"People who 'have nothing to hide' are often quite happy to answer any questions and consent to any intrusion a police officer might ask of them. ... If you ask a good defense attorney how much you should cooperate with police, particularly when they are conducting an investigation in which you could possibly be a suspect, he will tell you 'Not at all.' ..." ...

"So, how much should one cooperate with the police? The principled answer remains the same – cooperate only as much as the law requires. But in a world where federal prosecutors are willing and able to use the system to retaliate against people who don't cooperate, the principled response carries its own set of risks. That shouldn't be the case in a nation based on laws. ..."
 

Prosecutors: A Protected Criminal Class
Submitted by: Larry

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"There is no legal or civil recourse for innocent people framed for murder by corrupt, ambitious prosecutors. This is the position taken by respondents — including the Obama administration, 28 state governments, and 'every major prosecutors organization in the country' — in a lawsuit scheduled to be heard by the Supreme Court, reports NPR."

"Plaintiffs Terry Harrington and Curtis McGhee served 25 years in prison for the murder of a retired police officer in Council Bluffs, Iowa, before critical, long-buried police records were pried loose through Harrington’s persistent campaign for exoneration."

"The suppressed records documented a conspiracy by police and prosecutors to suborn perjury against Harrington and McGhee ..." ...
 

OH: Donut-Burners Taser-Torture Rescuer
Submitted by: Larry

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"After a fire erupted in his family’s home in Kent, Ohio, 19-year-old Michael 'Mikey' Bartlett, Jr. suffered two sets of injuries, both of them avoidable."

"His ear, head, back, and arm were burned as a result of his efforts to get his friends and family to safety."

"Once outside, Mikey suffered electro-shock torture at the hands of armed tax-feeders who were otherwise content to stand in subsidized stupefaction and watch the fire without bestirring themselves to help the victims." ...

"At some point, Mikey got cross-wise with the donut-feeders, who treated him to a dose of electro-shock torture, handcuffed him, and charged him with 'misconduct at an emergency and resisting arrest,' both of which are cover charges for his real 'offense,' which was 'contempt of cop' ..." ...
 

NY: Off-duty NYPD cop charged in shooting death
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An off-duty suburban New York City police officer has been charged in the shooting death of an acquaintance.

New Rochelle police Capt. Joseph Schaller said Wednesday that James Pileggi was being held on a charge of second-degree manslaughter.

Police say Pileggi, who's a member of the Eastchester force, was sitting in his SUV demonstrating the laser feature on his 9mm Glock service weapon when it discharged on Tuesday night.

Andre Everett, who was standing outside the vehicle, was shot in the neck and died at a hospital.

Pileggi was awaiting arraignment Wednesday. Attorney information for him wasn’t immediately on record.

A message left with Eastchester police wasn’t immediately returned.
 

NC: Deputy's case continued Tuesday
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"A hearing scheduled for Tuesday in the case of a Pitt County deputy accused of providing alcohol to a person younger than 21 was continued in District Court until Jan. 5 ..."

"Amanda R. Tyndall, a Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education officer with the sheriff's office, was arrested Sept. 24 and charged by the State Bureau of Investigation with the offense ..."

"The arrest came after a complaint the next day that a 20-year-old woman drank some of Tyndall's wine, court documents showed."

"An Alcohol Law Enforcement officer cited Elizabeth Danial Dominique, 20, for underage drinking. A friend, Allison Riddle, 21, who went to Tie Breakers with Dominique, reported to the SBI that Tyndall gave Dominique the drink." ...
 

NY: Detective Kevin Spellman charged in fatal Bronx DWI is an alcoholic: sources
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"The NYPD detective charged with drunkenly mowing down a Bronx woman is an alcoholic once ordered into rehab after a boozed-up argument, the Daily News has learned."

"Detective Kevin (Spike) Spellman, police and other sources said, got into a row inside a bodega about three years ago."

"Supervisors called to the scene determined he had been drinking and he was slapped with departmental charges, docked 30 days' pay and sent to rehab, sources said."

"Last Friday, he was arrested after striking and killing Drane Nikac, a 62-year-old grandmother, at a Kingsbridge intersection." ...
 

Canada: We lose the gun registry at our peril
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The House of Commons will vote today on Bill C-391, which is intended to eliminate the need to register rifles and shotguns. This private member's bill will require the destruction of more than 8,000,000 firearms records. The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police strongly opposes it."

"The chiefs believe the elimination of Canada's national firearms licensing and registration system for rifles and shotguns will make Canada less safe. We believe it will compromise law-enforcement agencies' ability to deal with gun violence. We believe law enforcement will lose access to information that helps our officers and communities." ...
 

USA Gun Owners Buy Another 1,300,000+ Guns Thumbing Their Noses at Obama Administration OK on Arms Trade Treaty
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Data released by the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) reported 1,233,982 NICS Checks in October 2009, a 4 percent increase from the 1,183,279 reported in October 2008."

"So far that is roughly 11,403,417 gun bought this year! The total is probably more as NICS background checks may cover the purchase of more than one gun at a time."

"This latest jump in background checks show that Americans are solidly in-favor of keeping firearms in the hands of law abiding citizens." ...
 

WI: There's no need to fear lawful carry
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... "The arguments against a concealed-carry law appear to hinge on the belief that most people would not exhibit the same level of forethought and care in making their own decision or show proper restraint while carrying. The overwhelming majority of Wisconsinites certainly would prove them wrong. But of course, someone out there, some gun owner as yet to be revealed, is waiting to be the 'I told you so!' of this debate."

"Never mind that his or her careless actions would be the rare and horrific exception to the rule. When it comes down to it, how much we fear the "mad but legal gunman" is what will decide if this law becomes reality, not statistics, not constitutional arguments, not cold-hearted truth." ...
 

TN: First Amendment, Second Amendment values jostle
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"First Amendment and Second Amendment values jostled yesterday in a First Amendment Center panel discussion on whether state handgun-permit records should be public."

"A dispute arose last year when The Commercial Appeal newspaper of Memphis posted the full state database of some 257,000 handgun-permit holders on its Web site."

"After many gun owners expressed anger at the inclusion of gun carriers' addresses and dates of birth, the newspaper took out those parts of the database but kept the rest of the information online. An effort in the Tennessee Senate to close access to the names of people permitted to carry loaded handguns failed in June of this year. A renewed push is expected in 2010." ...
 

CA: Prosecutor scores key point in trial of accused East Palo Alto cop killer
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"An attorney prosecuting the 26-year-old man accused of killing East Palo Alto police Officer Richard May scored a significant victory Tuesday when a judge granted his request to present evidence that suggests a motive for the crime." ...

"May was killed on Jan. 7, 2006, after chasing Alvarez near the scene of a fight ... The two men ended up in a driveway on Weeks Street, where they scuffled and apparently exchanged shots."

"San Mateo County Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe has argued Alvarez shot and killed May after fleeing the scene of a fight to avoid going back to prison for gun possession — a violation of his parole." ...
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Submitter's Note: But aren't tougher gun laws supposed to help the police?
 

MA: State's highest court to mull gun safety law
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The state's highest court will review the validity of a state law that requires gun owners to safely store their weapons. It will be the first test in Massachusetts of a landmark US Supreme Court ruling that Americans have the constitutional right to own guns and stow them as they see fit."

"The state Supreme Judicial Court will hear oral arguments Thursday in the case of a Billerica man whose disabled son was accused of shooting a BB gun at a neighbor and who then showed police officers where his father kept other unlocked weapons." ...
 

CO: CO Castle Rock Town Hall Gun Rights Fixed – Hundreds To Go
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"If you've paid attention to the trends ... you've noticed that since the 'Shall Issue' concealed carry bill passed the Colorado legislature in 2003, many municipalities have decided to create their own ordinances regarding firearms."

"This is, of course, usually in direct contradiction to state law."

"Local governments may not willy-nilly ban firearms in public buildings ... But that doesn't stop them from trying."

"Other cities try a different method: they simply post 'No Firearms' signs on the doors, usually knowing full well they do not have the authority ..."

"Sometimes these cities just make up their own rules ... After all, government can do what it wants, right? The town of Castle Rock is just such a town." ...
 

IN: Past NRA pres. talks gun rights
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"Sandy Froman went from a life without guns to president of the National Rifle Association."

"The attorney and former NRA president discussed on Tuesday the implications and future of the Second Amendment. She shared personal sentiments and her take on past and current gun control cases with law students."

"Froman's talk, 'Guns Under Fire: What do the Chicago Gun Case and Heller v. D.C. Mean for Your Civil Right to Bear Arms?' provided a forum for students to hear her opinion and discuss the politics of the Second Amendment." ...
 

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