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OH: "Taft’s veto will put end to gun bill no one likes"
Submitted by: George Combs II
Website: http://www.georgecombs.org

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Anonymous anti-gun editorial featuring lies and baseless suppositions.
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. . . "Taft has stuck to his guns — so to speak — and said he will veto the bill because of a provision that shields the names of permit holders from the public’s scrutiny. House and Senate leaders, meanwhile, are counting heads to see if they have enough votes to override the governor’s veto. House Speaker Larry Householder said he has the votes, but Senate President Doug White doesn’t think he will."

"If that’s the case, Taft’s veto should bring an end to yet another attempt by the gun lobby and its Republican allies to push through a bill that most Ohioans either oppose or don’t care about it. Ohioans do care about jobs, education, school funding inequities, and crumbling and inadequate highways, yet lawmakers continue to waste time and energy on a bill that would lead to more gun violence across the state." . . .
 

NM: State High Court To Hear Concealed-Carry Arguments
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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SANTA FE — "The state Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments next month in a challenge to a new law that allows New Mexicans to carry concealed, loaded handguns."

"The court on Thursday set oral arguments for Jan. 5."

"A children's advocacy group and a physician sued last month, alleging the law violates the state Constitution."

"They want the court to block the Department of Public Safety from issuing concealed-carry licenses beginning in January."

"The attorney general, representing the department, said in written arguments submitted to the court last month that the law is constitutional and the challenge should be dismissed." ...

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit apparently define "Children's Advocacy Group" as: "people who want all parents to be unable to protect their children from kidnappers, rapists and murderers." In other words, "advocacy" is now an endorsement of helplessness.
 

CT: Student Sentenced to Four Years in Prison For Gun On College Campus
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A student at Southern Connecticut State University has been sentenced to four years in prison for having an assault weapon at his on-campus apartment.

Joseph Difusco, 34, was arrested in September.

At that time, police seized hundreds of rounds of ammunition, manuals on how to modify guns and an instruction manual for flying a plane.

Police began investigating after one of Difusco's roommates told his father that he observed a flare gun in a trash basket in the apartment. The father then called Southern police, who started an investigation.
 

Four people, 300 guns seized in early morning fed raid
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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Four people were arrested and more than 300 guns were seized after a yearlong investigation culminated in a two-day raid of a weapons-smuggling ring that operated in North Carolina and two other states, authorities said Friday.

James Yates, 35, of Damascus, Va., was arrested Wednesday after 30 federal agents mounted an early morning sting in Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said in a press release issued Friday. Officials did not provide further details on Yates' arrest.

Also arrested were gun dealer Billy Wallace, 47, and Douglas Icenhour, both of Mountain City, Tenn., and Dr. Christopher Perry, 38, a chiropractor in Bristol, Tenn.

ATF officials said 100 weapons were found at Perry's Kingsport, Tenn., home.

Warrants were issued for Coy Edwards, 61, of Sparta, N.C., Robert St. Lawrence, 65, of Graham, N.C., Bobby Hoover, 63, of Dema, Ky., and William Vance, 59, of Beckley, W.Va.
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Let's get this straight. The feds (or the newspaper) tell us their names and how many guns were confiscated, but they don't tell us a thing about the charges or alleged crimes committed other than vague references. Sounds about right in The New Amerika. "Right to keep and bear... what?"
 

U.S. Attorney charges Ohio gun dealer with illegal weapons
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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NEWARK, N.J. -- "Federal prosecutors say they have smashed a gun distribution ring that used Ohio college students as phony buyers for weapons that ultimately armed a New Jersey street gang."

"The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Newark charged an Ohio gun dealer with facilitating the flow of illegal weapons to New Jersey via college students who acted as "straw purchasers’’ to help conceal whom the guns were really destined for."

"In Ohio, authorities charged eight other defendants as part of an investigation of about 200 sales from the same gun store, Hole In The Wall in Xenia."

"The straw purchasers were either students or former students at Wilberforce University in Xenia." ...
 

New Zealand: "Armed Offender Squad" called out to arrest man who had firearm without a license
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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Traffic on the main East Coast highway was held up for about five hours yesterday after Armed Offender Squad members were called to Ruatoria, 130km north east of Gisborne.

Sergeant Eddie Keelan of Ruatoria police said a man gave himself up peacefully to police at the end of the incident.

Police were told yesterday afternoon that a man who had no licence was in possession of a firearm. Because of information received from the family, it was decided to bring the AOS squad from Gisborne as a precaution.

Police cordoned off a house just north of the township and three other houses were evacuated.

The state highway was closed on either side of Ngarimu Hill about three kilometres north of the township.
 

CA: Sheriff's Vehicle Slogan: "We'll Kick Your Ass"
Submitted by: David Codrea

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"We'll kick your ass."

This is what civil authority thinks their proper role is in dealing with "We the People."

It is clear who they believe the masters to be.

The question is, are they right?

They explain it away as a joke gone awry.

Why does this government agency think beating people at the whim of its field operatives is funny?

I'm sure apologists will tell us it is only meant as a warning to criminals.

Ever carry a concealed firearm without permission? Do you own an unregistered militia-suitable firearm?

Warning, you criminal: they'll "kick your ass" and then destroy your life, regardless of what the Constitution says about your right to keep and bear arms, which no court will accept as a defense anyway.

Don't like it?

Tough. Defy them and they'll "kick your ass."

What are you prepared to do about it?
 

SC: 17 students sue police, school district over fruitless "drug raid"
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The city of Goose Creek, its police department, and the Berkeley County school district in South Carolina are being sued in federal court by 17 students of Stratford High School over a Nov. 5 drug raid in which the students were held at gunpoint..."

"The lawsuit claims that police and school officials terrorized the students when conducting the drug search. No drugs were found in the raid. The suit also said the raid violated students' constitutional rights."

"According to the students, police stormed into the school, with several officers pointing guns in students' faces." ...

"The lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount of money for damages and an injunction against future drug raids. In addition, the lawsuit seeks charges of assault, battery, and false arrest." ...
 

NY: Cops accused of robbing drug dealers arrested, charged (follow-up)
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Two city police officers are under arrest after allegedly ripping off $169,000 from a suspected drug dealer during a money-laundering sting in Astoria, prosecutors said."

"Thomas Rachko, a retired detective, and Julio Vasquez, who was assigned to the department’s Firearms Investigations Unit, are accused of walking into an ongoing joint NYPD-Customs bust operation on Astoria Boulevard Nov. 26 and intercepting a suspected drug dealer and the loot."

"The two men are believed to have worked together on narcotics cases."

"The Queens district attorney has charged the pair with grand larceny, money laundering, obstructing governmental administration, official misconduct and coercion. In addition, federal authorities have charged Rachko and Vasquez with lying to customs officers."

"The two face up to 15 years in prison on the state charges and a possible five years on the federal charges." ...

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Be careful in the showers, fellas.
 

"Gun Safety Group Calls for an ATF Director Serious About Enforcing Gun Laws"
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"With Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive Director Bradley Buckles announcing his resignation, American for Gun Safety (AGS) called on President Bush to appoint a successor serious about aggressively enforcing the federal gun laws on the books."

" 'This is a real opportunity for the Bush Administration to turn their rhetoric about enforcement of our federal gun laws into reality,' said Jon Cowan, President of Americans for Gun Safety. 'Although the Bush Administration has talked-tough about improving enforcement, under Bush, 20 of the 22 major federal gun laws are so rarely enforced that they might as well not exist.' "

"According to the letter, an analysis of Department of Justice data conducted by AGS and contained in the report The Enforcement Gap, found that in the last full fiscal year (ending 9/30/02)..." . . .
 

"Don't hinder gun-buying checks"
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"As long as the records are ultimately destroyed, the federal government ought to keep documents on gun buyers for a reasonable length of time to weed out fraud."

"And a reasonable amount of time means a few months, not one day."

"Yet Congress wants to change the background check rules in a way that won't help law enforcement officers. Under the Second Amendment, people arguably have the right to own a gun. But that right isn't absolute, the courts and Congress have correctly determined over the years. Convicted felons, domestic violence offenders, drug addicts and the mentally ill certainly shouldn't have access to guns, for example." ...
 

VA: Augusta County Schools Ban Guns
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The Augusta County School Board is the latest to ban weapons from school property - under any circumstances."

"On Thursday night, the school board voted 6-1 to amend the district's weapons policy. The new policy bans weapons from all school grounds at any time - even if the weapon is in a closed container or locked in a trunk."

" 'Guns and weapons do not belong on school property, and we need everything we can to keep our schools as safe as possible,' explained Thom Jennings, one of the school board members who voted in favor of the amendment."

"Earlier this year the Harrisonburg City and Rockingham County school boards passed similar bans. But not everyone thinks they're necessary."

"The only Augusta County school board member to vote against the amendment was Penny Plemmons of Goshen. She says the change will punish students who are obeying a state law that allows unloaded guns in trunks on school grounds." ...
 

OR: Deaths spur state to seek gun ban at care centers
Submitted by: J. R. Miller

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"Prompted by three shooting deaths last month at a Eugene care center, state officials are drafting new administrative rules that would require the state's 2,392 senior citizen care facilities to ban firearms."

" 'We simply have not specifically addressed firearms,' said Cynthia Hannum, administrator of the state's Office of Licensing and Quality of Care in the Department of Human Services. 'I mean, who would think? We've never had anyone shoot anyone before.' " ...

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Message to criminals: everyone will be disarmed at senior citizen care centers. Come and Get It!
 

CA: Richmond Wal-Mart Fought, partly over their position on guns
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Some 75 balloon-wielding demonstrators—including a state assemblymember, a mayor, a city councilmember, a county supervisor, and a seven-foot-tall costumed Grinch—staged a candlelight vigil at an entrance to Hilltop Mall in Richmond Wednesday evening, protesting plans by retail giant Wal-Mart to open a store there." ...

"Contra Costa County Supervisor John Gioia, who led the recent vote on the board of supervisors to ban Wal-Mart from the unincorporated areas of the county, said he was particularly concerned about the retailer’s stand on gun sales. 'In New York State, Wal-Mart would not stop the sale of guns to minors, even when they were asked to do so by the local community. We don’t need any more guns in Richmond. We need to demand responsibility from businesses who locate in our city.' "

"Richmond Mayor Irma L. Anderson said Wal-Mart officials have already written her office promising not to sell guns in the proposed Richmond store. 'We plan to hold them to that.' " ...
 

CA: Cow Palace gun shows under fire
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"Following a rash of violence, including three recent murders, in the Bayview-Hunters Point district, San Mateo County supervisor and a local anti-gun group are working together to end gun shows at the Cow Palace."

"Supervisor Mike Nevin, on Tuesday, will introduce a resolution to the board urging the California Legislature to stop firearm sales at the state-owned Cow Palace in Daly City."

"The move comes at the urging of 'Brothers Against Guns,' a nonprofit struggling to curb gun-related violence among black youth in San Francisco’s Sunnydale and Bayview-Hunters Point districts, right across the border from the Cow Palace." ...

"If the San Mateo County Board adopts the resolution supporting a state ban, they will be following their peers on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, who passed a similar measure on Nov. 25." . . .
 

NC: Bloods/Crips gang dispute leads to murder, but "we need to do something about these guns"
Submitted by: E.F.Haywood

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"A 17-year-old Durham man was shot in the head at an intersection in eastern Durham during an apparent dispute between the Bloods and Crips street gangs Thursday afternoon, Durham police reported."

" 'They need to do something about these guns,' Burns said. 'This is ridiculous for these kids to be seeing this sort of thing.' " ...

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One gang member shoots another gang member, and the sheeple blame the guns. What about doing something about the gangs?
 

Australia: Gun thefts lead Chief Morons to call for painting all guns orange
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The New South Wales Opposition says a Government idea to have security guards issued with bright orange guns does not address the problem of gun crime.

Shadow Police Minister Peter Debnam says it is a silly idea designed to get media attention.

"It's ridiculous, it's absurd, the criminals really don't care what colour it is," he said.

"If a victim is being shot or robbed it doesn't matter whether the gun is pink, purple or orange.

Police Minister John Watkins says the idea should be considered after a spate of gun thefts from security firms.

He says the proposal has already been adopted overseas to make the firearms more conspicuous if stolen.

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Here's a better idea: paint any politician who supports such stupid ideas with tar and feathers -- so sane people know who to stay away from.
 

PA: Goods for Guns buyback set for Saturday
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"If there's no gun available, heated arguments and stupid mishaps are less likely to turn deadly. That was the premise behind a program started in 1994 by two Pittsburgh-area doctors."

"In the year of its inception, 32 children 14 and younger in Allegheny County were injured by gunfire and three were killed." ...

"Goods for Guns offers $50 gift certificates in exchange for handguns and $25 gift certificates in exchange for rifles and shotguns. The gift certificates are redeemable at Giant Eagle."

"At Saturday's collection, the organization collected 150 guns despite the heavy snowstorm the night before."

"Since 1994, Goods for Guns has collected more than 7,800 weapons." ...
 

CA: Lodi Police Department to distribute "free" gun locks Saturday
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"In an effort to prevent accidental shootings, the Lodi Police Department will distribute free gun locks Saturday."

"Nationwide, 20 million locks are being distributed, and 600 will be available in Lodi, Crime Prevention Officer Carla Cole said."

"The program, called Project ChildSafe, is made possible with a $50 million [unconstitutional wealth redistribution] grant from the U.S. Department of Justice."

"Lodi police have not seen an increase in accidental shootings due to guns left unattended, but Cole said she doesn't want to wait for that to happen." ...
 

'We can implant entirely false memories'
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Alan Alda had nothing against hard-boiled eggs until last spring. Then the actor, better known as Hawkeye from M*A*S*H, paid a visit to the University of California, Irvine. In his new guise as host of a science series on American TV, he was exploring the subject of memory. The researchers showed him round, and afterwards took him for a picnic in the park. By the time he came to leave, he had developed a dislike of hard-boiled eggs based on a memory of having made himself sick on them as a child - something that never happened." ...
 

What's Next for Big Brother?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.krafft/

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"Yet, perhaps the most ominous and Gestapo-like provision in the law is the provision—quoted on our cover page as summarized by Justice Stephen Breyer—requires that every broadcast outlet in America keep a record of every instance in which any American requests any broadcast time to deliver any message about any national political or legislative issue—even if it is not near an election, and even if it does not name an elected federal official."

"Why does the government need a record of when a citizen of, say, Bismarck, North Dakota, inquires about buying time from a local radio station to state his views about, say, government attacks on freedom of speech?" ...
 

UK: The day that Christmas carols fell foul of the PC brigade
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"A church [in the United Kingdom] has been told that it cannot publicise its Christmas services on a community notice board to avoid offending other religions." ...

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So much for freedom of speech!
Oh yes, my fault, I forgot – a subject does not have any rights.
 

Where are the armed pilots?
Submitted by: Robert Lewis

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"On Nov. 25, 2002, President Bush signed the Arming Pilots Against Terrorism Act. The law compelled the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to train and arm airline pilots who volunteered for the program. One year later, many Americans believe that large numbers of airline pilots are now carrying guns. Sadly, they are wrong." ...
 

NY: Students, Teachers Rally Against School Violence in "Gun Free City"
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"Micaella Marcial, Washington Irving Senior: 'I used to look forward to coming to school, but its gotten horrible. There are vending machines getting thrown down the stairs and kids bringing guns to school. Its ridiculous.' "

"At issue is the Bloomberg administration's centralization of the school system, so that individual districts no longer have suspension offices for students. These are sometimes violent students who have brought weapons to school." ...

"That is what happened at P.S. 19 in Williamsburg, when several young students who had been caught with a gun and a box cutter were able to return to school. Teachers fearing for the safety of the children, took desperate measures." ...

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Handguns are banned in The City, even to most adults, and they are banned at schools. Juveniles are also banned from possessing handguns. Like the bans on cocaine and other substances, gun bans do not work.
 

Man vs. Bear in the woods
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"In one rural community (according to The New York Times), schoolchildren have started carrying their lunch bags in their hands instead of their backpacks. That way, if they see a bear, they can just toss him their noontime meal. Saves wear and tear on the backpack. Not to mention the children."

"Since 1998, the number of incidents of bears breaking and entering have doubled, to almost 60. So far, no fatal bear injuries have been reported, but last year for the first time in decades, two human beings were attacked by black bears. So New Jersey Gov. James E. McGreevey, despite being 'personally opposed' to bear hunts, bowed to public pressure. This week marks the first legal bear hunt in New Jersey since 1970. And the ideological sparks are flying." ...
 

The wild west (and east) gets wilder
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"Policies followed by conservationists in the 1980s and 1990s to reintroduce large predators, such as wolves and bears, to the US have backfired, writes Oliver Poole"

"It is only a short walk from the 7-11 shop up the winding trail into the Santa Monica Mountains before you come across the first red-rimmed sign: 'Beware - mountain lions. Danger'."

"In the jagged ridge of hills that marks the biggest of Los Angeles's parklands, dogs are occasionally snatched from footpaths by wild animals and people warned not to let their children out of their sight." ...
 

WA: Trucker gets 31 years for killing, dismembering taxman
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DAVENPORT -- "A long-haul trucker was sentenced to more than 31 years in prison Thursday for fatally shooting a state tax auditor."

"Ralph H. Benson, 64, was sentenced by Lincoln County Superior Judge Phil Borst for the slaying of Roger Erdman in 2002."

"He received a sentence of 320 months for first-degree murder, with an additional 60 months for using a firearm." ...

"Erdman's dismembered body, missing the upper torso, was found 10 days later on a roadside embankment south of Cheney, about 40 miles from the former ballistic missile site where Benson lived." ...

"Special deputy prosecutor Clark Colwell presented evidence that Erdman's blood stains and a .380-caliber bullet that passed through his body were found [where the defendant lived]." ...
 

MO: Love the Gun You're With
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.krafft/

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"Concealed-carry proponent Greg Jeffery fondly recalls the first time he went hunting, back in 1986: He traveled to Audrain County, just north of Columbia, with a friend from college and bagged a seven-point buck -- with an AK-47."

"Unable to believe this self-described city slicker had scored with such an unorthodox hunting method, his friend's dad brought out a dozen diners from a nearby eatery to admire the deer while Jeffery waited to check it with the conservation agent next door. 'What, did you just run into the woods, blindly spraying shots?' one of the disbelievers asked."

"Nope. Two shots. Dead. 'The shot was pure skill,' boasts Jeffery, a firing range regular." . . .
 

Bush And Rove Blew It
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. . ."The Court's decision in this [anti-First Amendment] case will be a devastating blow to future conservative candidates running against liberal incumbents. There is no correction possible in the short term. A U.S. Supreme Court decision is final—there is no further appeal. The U.S. Congress that passed McCain-Feingold is not going to change it. And the president cannot now say that he would not have signed it if he had thought the Supreme Court would fail to strike down the obvious restrictions on free speech contained in the law. This is a case of a 'flawed bill' that became flawed law when the president signed it and was upheld in certain significant aspects in a flawed majority decision that took away some of our political freedom in order to preserve the privilege of incumbents. As Justice Scalia said in his opinion, 'The first instinct of power is the retention of power, and, under a Constitution that requires periodic elections, that is best achieved by the suppression of election-time speech.' The president’s signature of this bill was all about the retention of power. But the price we all will pay is much too high and will continue to be paid long after this Congress and this president have left office."
 

"Blank Check" Bush Signs $60B Aviation Bill
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"All air traffic control jobs would be shielded from privatization for a year and cargo pilots would be allowed to carry guns under a four-year, $60 billion aviation bill signed by President Bush on Friday." ...

"The law provides $14 billion for airport construction projects, including $140 million to assist small communities in attracting and retaining air service and $308 million to ensure air service to isolated communities. It also sets aside $2 billion for airports to install bomb-screening machines as part of automated bag-handling systems to speed luggage checks." ...
 

UK: British Army now too weak to fight war
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"BRITAIN is no longer capable of launching a major military action against another nation state without the help of the United States...The admission, ... that British troops in Iraq had been 'shamefully let down' by the government. ...[by] sending troops into combat without adequate equipment, including weapons, ammunition, body armour and medical supplies."

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This is gun free England and you have that look of surprise on your face?
 

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