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GOA's End Of The Year Report
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"What They're Saying About Gun Owners of America"

" 'Let me reiterate my deep appreciation for the tremendous job being done by Gun Owners of America in the battle to defend America's right to keep and bear arms. There is no question that without GOA, American gun rights would be in even greater peril today.' "

-- Retiring Sen. Jesse Helms (R-NC)
 

MD: Police Chief Defends Officers After Rash Of Shootings
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"Prince George's County Police Chief Gerald Wilson asked the public to reserve judgment after five people were shot in encounters with his police officers over three days."

"Wilson said he is confident his officers do not use excessive force and will await the results of an investigation from the state's attorney's office."
 

Nepal: Nepal machine gun delivery begins
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The first delivery of weapons has been made from a Belgian arms manufacturer to Nepal in a controversial deal that led to the resignation of a government minister."

"The consignment of 500 Minimi machine guns made by Walloon company FN Herstal is due to arrive in the Himalayan kingdom shortly."
 

Greece: Handbag Saves Athens Mayor from Gun Attack
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"The first woman mayor-elect of Athens cheated death Friday when she bent down to fish around for her handbag just as a former mental patient fired a gun at the back of her car, police and officials said."

"High-flying politician Dora Bakoyanni's driver was wounded in the attack that police said was carried out by 35-year-old George Sandalis, who was arrested at the scene of the crime."
 

Security dogs are in demand at U.S. airports
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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"Turns out that some of the best airport baggage screeners are neither man nor machine."

"Bomb-sniffing dogs do not have the false-alarm rates of the large X-ray machines, and one well-trained dog nose is as quick as 20 human screeners."

"Bomb-sniffing dogs have been used in some capacity at D/FW (Dallas/Fort Worth) since the airport opened in 1974."
 

Bowling for Columbine - Gun exposé voted top factual film
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"The International Documentary Association (IDA) chose Moore's controversial exploration of US gun culture, boosting the film's prospects for Oscars success in March."
 

CA: Robbers target three homes
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Ostorjeo Garcia said he feared for his life when he opened fire and killed one of two men who broke into his southwest Fresno home early Thursday."

" 'I was just defending myself,' said Garcia, 19, adding that he was nervous talking about the shooting for fear that the dead man's friends might seek revenge."
 

Bearing arms should remain a personal right
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Needless to say, this newspaper stands by the First Amendment. And we'd like to go on record as saying we also stand by the Second Amendment as it has been generally accepted for more than two centuries: That individual citizens have the right to keep and bear arms."

"Abuses of that right should not be tolerated. But the right itself should not be threatened."
 

UK: Gunning for glory in war on crime
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"The people of Peckham, and the wider community in Southwark, recently showed they were prepared to unite against crime when they marched to Camberwell Green calling for an end to gun crime." ...

"Police are far from giving up the fight, though."

"So far, armed roadblocks have been used in an attempt to crack down on people carrying guns in the borough."
 

IN: Mother of man shot by police files lawsuit
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"State police said O'Bryan emerged from a basement door and pointed a gun at Levesque, who shot him three times in the chest after he refused to lower the weapon."

"Levesque was not in uniform." ...

"The lawsuit says that the officers did not have a warrant to arrest O'Bryan or to search the home he shared with his mother."
 

Canada: Alliance drove up gun tab: Liberals
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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Here begins a game of "Point-the-finger" to hide the fact that this completely worthless attempt at government control of law-abiding citizens cost the taxpayers over a billion dollars and delivered nothing of value in return.

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"The Canadian Alliance has been urging gun owners to disobey the Firearms Act and jam up the federal gun licensing and registration system with faulty paperwork, Solicitor General Wayne Easter charged Thursday."...
 

Trying to Make Sense of Gun Control Laws (letters)
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"In "Bill Proposes 'Fingerprinting' of Firearms" (Dec. 11), we read state Sen. Jack Scott's (D-Altadena) assertion that the National Rifle Assn. has "opposed almost every sensible gun safety bill." How does he define a sensible gun safety bill? Violent crime is up in California. Crimes involving illegal use of firearms result in innocent civilians being hurt and killed every day in California. California's gun control laws are among the most restrictive of any state. Does he think the kinds of gun safety bills that have been enacted here are sensible? They don't work!"
 

Canada: Spate of violent crime 'shocks' police chief
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Meanwhile, as cowardly politicians play the Gun Registry Blame Game...

" 'I'm shocked at the level of violence that is occurring in some of the crimes that have been happening around the city in the last year or two, and even more recently in the last weeks,' [Edmonton Police Chief] Bob Wasylyshen said Thursday."

"While the number of violent crimes may not be on the rise, the crimes are becoming more brutal, he said."
 

The Roots of American Self-Loathing
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"If it were possible to seize a phrase of the English language by the vowels, drag it behind the barn and blast it center mass with old Dad's 12 gauge, I would cheerfully nominate the vile 'Why do they hate us?' "

"This sick question, along the lines of asking a bloodied, violated woman 'Why did he rape you?' has been posed approximately 417,541,520 times since Sept. 11, 2001 by a gaggle of allegedly intelligent American self-loathers who fancy themselves as good world citizens. I reluctantly suspect them of intelligence because most who mouth this phrase have all the normal trappings of the brainy class."
 

Supreme Court injustice?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A noted gun-rights group says the U.S. Supreme Court has committed an 'injustice' by failing to uphold the 'right to self-defense' of an American jailed for months in Mexico for possessing ammunition."

"Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, a 300,000-strong gun-rights group based in Springfield, Va., criticized Attorney General John Ashcroft, Solicitor General Ted Olson and the high court for upholding the Mexican conviction of Texas resident and gun-show operator Tom Bean."
 

UK: Police Pledge on "gun" shop
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A new Penzance shop, at the centre of controversy because it is selling knives and imitation guns, will be 'run out of town' Penwith's Police Commander has vowed."

"Chief Inspector Mike Fowkes has also warned that any members of the public entering Clarendon Imports on Market Jew Street ran the risk of being stopped and searched when leaving."

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So much for basic freedoms. When do the police there get their SS patches?
 

Canada: Ottawa plans to stop funding for firearms education in province
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"The federal government will end its funding relationship with the Saskatchewan Association for Firearms Education (SAFE) Inc. as of Jan. 31, a move that has left the organization's administration scratching their heads."

" 'It just makes no sense. It's a whole legacy that they're laying down here of even more lack of good sense in what they're doing,' said SAFE executive director Rick Wyatt."
 

CA: School bans saying 'Christmas'
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"At a time when Americans of many faiths – and even no faith – gear up to celebrate Christmas this year, a first-grade teacher in Sacramento Co., Calif., says she's been ordered by her principal not to utter the word 'Christmas' at school."

"The 24-year education veteran, who wishes to keep her name and the school anonymous at this time, claims she and two fellow instructors were told that use of the word 'Christmas' in the classroom or in written materials was now prohibited."
 

UK: Police hit streets in search for killers
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"Murder squad detectives will take to the streets of West Bromwich tonight in a bid to trace two gunmen who pumped six bullets into a 24-four-year-old Smethwick man."

"The move comes exactly a week after Yohanne Martin was killed in a cold-blooded drive-by shooting in West Bromwich High Street."

"Police believe that Mr. Martin, who was single and unemployed, may have been sprayed with bullets from an automatic weapon but no gun has been found."
 

VA: Former Deputy Convicted For Having Drugs, Gun
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"A former Roanoke County sheriff's deputy was convicted of possession of cocaine and a firearm, a crime that carries a minimum five-year sentence."

"Damany King, 32, of Roanoke was authorized to have his service revolver in his car with him, but once drugs were found as well, he was in violation of the law on drugs and guns."

"...King had been employed with the department for less than a week when he went to Portsmouth to visit friends and was arrested July 20."
 

IL: Concealed carry gets test case
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The arrest of a Chicago man for carrying a handgun in a zipped container in his car could set the stage for the first test of a controversial clause in the state's gun-control laws."

"Pro-gun activists have sparred for two years with Chicago-area prosecutors over whether state law allows registered gun owners to carry unloaded handguns in zipped containers, such as fanny packs."
 

CA: Man arrested in theft of officer's gun, badge
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"A 20-year-old man was arrested Wednesday for possessing a Salinas police officer's badge, gun and identification card that were stolen this month in a burglary at the officer's home."
 

U.S. beefs up firepower of park rangers
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A generation ago, National Park Service Law Enforcement Rangers carried their guns in old bowling bags or briefcases - because they weren't allowed to wear them."

"Today, the off-season force of 13 armed rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park wear sidearms all the time and have immediate, in-vehicle access to shotguns and M-16 rifles, said Chief Ranger Joe Evans."
 

Citizens Patrol Southern U.S. Border to Stop Illegal Aliens
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The U.S. Border Patrol arrested 955,310 illegal aliens from more than 150 countries in fiscal year 2002, but 96 percent of those caught entering the U.S. illegally were from Mexico. Some citizens along the southern U.S. border say those arrests have done little to stem the flow of illegal immigrants into their homeland and are now taking action themselves."
 

UK: Wig-wearing party-goer arrested by armed police
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"A man wearing a novelty Afro wig and carrying a toy gun while returning home from a Christmas party sparked a major armed police operation."

"Armed police arrested him after reports of motorists in Leamington Spa being frightened by him."

"He was cautioned and later apologised to police saying the gun was given to him as a Christmas present at the party."

"The 26-year-old... was arrested in the early hours on suspicion of possessing an illegal firearm."
 

Treaties vs. The Constitution
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"In 1954, the U.S. Senate held hearings on the "Bricker Amendment", a proposed amendment to the Constitution to close this "backdoor" method of changing the Constitution. During those hearings, it was disclosed that up until that time, 48 YEARS AGO, over 10,000 executive agreements had been negotiated with regard to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) alone! A large number of those agreements were, AND STILL ARE, secret from the American people, yet they all, potentially, have the power to negate the U.S. Constitution."

"How many other secret executive agreements have been made, with other international bodies, is information not available to American citizens. Obviously, the foreign powers and/or international bodies know about such agreements since they are party to them. They are only kept from the knowledge of the American people! Every rational and reasonable American should ask: 'WHY are they afraid to tell US?' "
 

General Sees Scant Evidence of Close Threat in U.S.
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"The nation's top general for domestic security says he has seen little evidence to suggest an imminent terrorism threat inside the United States by members of Al Qaeda's network, and warns against using "McCarthyism" in combating terror."
 

AK: Visions of Remingtons dance in our heads
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The place to snag all those last-minute gifts for the hard-to-please Alaskans on your list is the Christmas Gun Show, this weekend at the University Center."

"I love ballistics bazaars, and from the size of the mobs who turn out for them, there are a few thousand readers out there who share that enthusiasm. Why? For one thing, there's the sheer beauty of pistols, rifles, shotguns and knives."
 

Canada: Cauchon finds cash for registry - Won't say from where
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"...Mr. Cauchon refused to say which programs will be cut, prompting the opposition to accuse him of repeating the very practice that was criticized by the Auditor-General."

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Unless Cauchon robbed a bank, the cash will invariably come from taxpayers. In short, taxpayers will still fund an ineffective, bureaucratic tangle, which has no hopes of deterring crime.
 

MA: Shooter appeals ruling to stop
Submitted by: Jim Farquhar

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"Alton D. McDonald of 20 Tracy Drive has appealed a ruling by the Board of Appeals which says he must stop the target practice on his property."

"The owner claimed he had engaged in activities involving firearms on his property for 22 years before the decision by the Board of Appeals."
 

MD: Top Md. court limits police searches
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Maryland's highest court ruled that police can't search passengers for drugs solely because a police dog smells drugs in a car."

"Wednesday's ruling by the Court of Appeals says there must be a link between the suspected drugs and the passengers before an officer can search passengers."

" 'A passenger in an automobile is generally not perceived to have the kind of control over the contents of the vehicle as does a driver,' Judge Dale Cathell wrote."
 

One Reporter's Opinion: Citizen Militia on the Border
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"It is this reporter's opinion that I found it the height of hypocrisy when I read the headline 'U.S. Plans to Seal Afghans' Porous Border.' The plan is to slow the flow of illegals, illicit drugs, terrorists and contraband into and out of Afghanistan. The United States will finance the construction and maintenance of 177 checkpoints, staffed by 12,000 border police in that far-off land."
 

Supporters of gun rights respond with both barrels
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The ever-cowardly Jules Whitcover runs for cover as readers pummel his previous column about the "9th Circus" and its recent Second Amendment ruling.
 

FL: Judge: Gun seller can't question juror
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Attorneys for a South Florida distributor held liable for selling the gun used to kill a Lake Worth teacher asked a judge Tuesday for permission to interview a juror to find out if she improperly influenced fellow jurors in reaching a $1.2 million verdict."

"Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jorge Labarga said no. Last month, Labarga declined to talk with two jurors who asked for a private meeting."
 

NJ: New Jersey Court Declares State’s Civil Forfeiture Funding Scheme Unconstitutional
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"New Jersey’s method of financing police and prosecutors through civil forfeiture is unconstitutional, Superior Court Judge G. Thomas Bowen of Salem County ruled in a December 11 opinion."

"Under New Jersey’s civil forfeiture law (N.J.S.A 2C:64-6a) prosecutors and police had been entitled to keep the money and property confiscated from individuals through the state’s civil forfeiture law, thus giving them a direct financial stake in the outcome of forfeiture efforts."
 

OH: Teen deters crime by hog-tying intruders
Submitted by: Ron Dotson
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"A petite 17-year-old, irate after seeing three men running from her home in the wee morning hours Tuesday, sprinted outdoors barefoot, clad in pajamas, outran one of the trespassers, tackled and straddled him, then hog-tied him with a rope until police arrived minutes later."

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Not related to guns, but what guts!
 

SC: Deputies cleared in fatal shooting
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"Two deputies, who fatally shot a handcuffed man who was trying to escape from them, acted appropriately, prosecutors say." ...

"The deputies 'had a good-faith belief that (Jones) posed a risk of serious bodily harm or death to other officers and citizens in the vicinity,' Giese wrote to Sheriff Leon Lott."

"The deputies handcuffed Jones' hands behind his back and put him in the back of the cruiser while they finished paper work on the hood of the car."
 

Australia: Man shot dead in domestic
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"ONE man was shot dead and another seriously injured when a domestic argument turned violent in Sydney's southwestern outskirts overnight."

"Police said a man opened fire inside a house at Acacia Street, Ruse, about 11.30pm (AEDT), killing one man and seriously injuring another."

"The gunman fled the scene and a massive police search involving helicopters and the dog squad was under way. "Police believe a domestic dispute has taken place," a police spokesman said."
 

US, Canada make security pact
Submitted by: Steven Brown

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"A pact signed by Ottawa and Washington yesterday may allow for the deployment of United States armed forces on Canadian soil..."

"...the agreement comes as this country's armed forces are teetering toward insolvency and so reduced in size and firepower (Canada is) considered incapable today of fighting even a small conflict on its own behalf."

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Canadians sleep well tonight. Depend, as usual, on the US to protect you, while you continue to disarm your own people.
 

NY: NYPD hits roadblock in court
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"The state's top court yesterday ruled that New York City police cannot set up random roadblocks in high-crime areas in the hope of discovering general criminal conduct." ...

"In order to set up a legal roadblock, the purpose of it has to address some "type of immediate, vehicle-bound threat to life and limb," the court ruled."
 

WA: Man shot by police was speeding, with suspended license
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"Eades first chased McCartor and later tried to ram his vehicle. Buck was on foot and lunged into the moving Suzuki Samurai to try to stop it in the parking lot of a restaurant across the street from Kent-Meridian High School."

"When McCartor did not pull over, but sped up toward Southeast 256th Street, Gagner fired two rounds from his AR-15 duty rifle, according to Federal Way police."

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Question: Why did it take an entire week to release the details of the shooting?
 

CA: Students, Teacher Held At Gunpoint At Chico School
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"A principal at Chico Junior High School is being called a hero for his ability to defuse a potentially deadly situation."

"A seventh-grade female student pulled out a gun during her English class at the Chico school Friday morning."

"Witnesses say the girl pointed the gun at students, the teacher and herself."
 

FL: Residents React to yesterday's arrest of a 17 year old
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He accidentally left a shotgun in his truck after a hunting trip.

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" 'I think those charges are quite harsh,' says Jeff Jolly, a longtime hunter from Panama City. 'He's a teenager, we're all human, and (I believe) he just forgot.' "

" 'A third degree felony for leaving a gun in a truck, forgetting about it, cause you went hunting the day before, that’s a little bit steep...' "
 

WI: Three Arrested for Break-in, Gun Thefts
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Police say three suspects are in custody for the break-in at Jon's Sport Shop in Oshkosh last September, when more than 40 guns were stolen. Police say two of the suspects already admitted to the crime."

"Two suspects are being held in the Outagamie County Jail, the other in Winnebago County's jail."
 

DC: Cameras, Cameras Everywhere!
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"The D.C. Council yesterday debated a bill to put District neighborhoods under video surveillance under a pilot program to test the effectiveness of cameras on street crime."

" 'It is almost out of necessity that I support them because we don't have meaningful police presence in our neighborhoods,' said council member Jim Graham, Ward 1 Democrat."

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-- Coming soon to a neighborhood near you...
 

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