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White House Wants To Rein In 527s
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"The White House says that it is still planning to tackle the loophole in the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law that created the 'independent' 527 groups. The 'soft money' groups had a significant impact on the presidential election, bypassing political parties and candidates' campaigns."

"Liberal leaning groups falling into this unregulated category raised twice as much money as their conservative counterparts. In all, the 527 groups collected and spent $535 million in 2004."

"But many of the groups blurred the lines of separation between independent advocacy and illegal coordination. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Sound familiar? Punish everyone for the actions of a few . . .
 

Gun rights group aims to revive lawsuit-limit bill
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"The Republican gain of four Senate seats and several new conservative House members breathes new life into legislation supported by gun rights advocates to protect the firearms industry."

"The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF), in a report detailing their 2004 electoral gains at all levels, showed stronger support for a bill to protect gun makers and dealers from lawsuits stemming from the criminal actions of a third party." ...
 

Recent Domestic Violence Murders in the Workplace Illustrate a Common Scenario According to New Study
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"On November 29th, two women were murdered at work by their husbands at almost the exact same time though they were a world apart. Shennel McKendall of Chapel Hill, North Carolina and Dikeledi Onica Nkatingi of Pretoria, South Africa share more than a tragic death; the factors that characterize their homicides fit the most common scenario surrounding this type of workplace violence. A new study by Peace at Work has discovered disturbing trends in its research of 155 cases of domestic violence assaults in the workplace. The majority of the cases (31%) occur in the parking lot and at the beginning of the workday, just as both McKendall and Nkatingi were confronted by their killers before they began their day as receptionists." [emphasis added]

"Just as 25% of other victims who were assaulted on the job had done, both victims had attempted to protect themselves by obtaining restraining orders ..." ...
 

The debate on gun control splits America [A view from China]
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"In 2001, American gun companies produced over 3 million handguns, rifles and shotguns, enough for one for every 93 men, women and children. Every year, over 30,000 Americans are killed by guns, slightly over half in suicide. Every day, twelve children in the United States die in gunfire. What is it with Americans and their guns?"

"The Second Amendment to the US Constitution says, 'the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. ' Gun owners, led by the National Rifle Association (NRA), interpret this to mean that the government has no business telling people how many and what kind of guns they can own. ..." ...
 

NY: Shot Spotter Coming To Rochester
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Rochester will become the first city in the Northeast to use a new technology called "shot spotter."

Police install audio sensors on the tops of buildings which pick up the sound of gunfire and instantly send the information to police dispatchers.

Officers expect shot spotter to help them find the scene of a shooting very quickly.

District Attorney Mike Green expects the technology to hold up as evidence during trials, also. "I don't anticipate any problems,” Green said. “When you use new technology, there are issues that you address. It's our job to address them, and we're prepared to do it." Police expect to start using the technology within the next month. Federal tax dollars will pay for the $300,000 system.
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Poster's Note: Don't suppose it can tell the difference when a shot is fired in self-defense, can it? Didn't think so.
 

VA: Robber Gets A Surprise From Potential Victim
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"On the Peninsula, it's the bad guy lying in a hospital bed, while his intended victim is unscathed. ..."

"Hampton Police say it's a case of an armed robber going after the wrong guy. Instead of a Hampton man becoming the victim of an armed robbery, Hampton Police say he turned the tables on his attacker. In the parking lot behind the "Treasure Chest" nightclub on East Pembroke Avenue, police drew circles around empty shell casings, drawing the conclusion that 22-year old Tony Kensler, Jr. Newport News pulled-out a gun to rob a man, just to be surprised that his intended victim fought back."

"That man had a permit for a concealed weapon, and he's the one who got off the shots, hitting Kensler in the arm, leg and chest. ..." ...
 

Costa Rica: Cabbie shoots Osama joker
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... "Leonel Arias, 47, told police he was playing a practical joke by donning the bin Laden mask, toting his pellet rifle and jumping out to scare drivers on a narrow street in his hometown, Carrizal de Alajuela, about 35 kilometres north of San Jose."

"Arias had startled several drivers that way yesterday afternoon. But when he jumped out in front of taxi driver Juan Pablo Sandoval, the motorist reached for a gun and shot him twice in the stomach. He was taken to hospital, where his condition was described as stable."

"'For me and I think for anybody else at a time like that one thinks the worst and so I fired my gun,' Sandoval told Channel 7 television."

"Police declined to detain Sandoval, saying he had believed he was acting in self-defence."
 

VA: Student shows gun, and classmate tells
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"A 12-year-old Henrico County boy doing a class-approved project on the history of guns has been charged with taking a working replica of a .44-caliber black-powder pistol to Moody Middle School."

"The student, described by police as a 'good kid' and a 'very good student,' found the weapon hidden in the attic of his family's home as he pulled out Christmas decorations."

"'It doesn't even shoot bullets,' explained Henrico police Lt. Doug Perry. 'It's like a revolver, but you don't put bullets into the cylinder like you would on a revolver. You actually have to pack them with black powder and a ball.'"

"'But it does work,' added Perry. 'It is fully functional.'" ...
 

IN: Students accuse boy of making gun threat
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"A Wheeler High School senior allegedly told two students he planned to bring a gun to school and shoot people, but no evidence has been found to corroborate the threats, Principal Tom Taylor said Tuesday."

"Taylor held an all-school assembly Tuesday morning to dispel rumors about the incident and invite students to share their safety concerns."

"According to the principal, a male student allegedly made comments about bringing a gun to school to two female students a few weeks ago. Taylor said the female students came forward for the first time Monday because the male student told them that day that 'the time is near.'" ...
 

CA: San Bernardino district considering rifle team
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"After a student's request, San Bernardino City Unified School District officials are considering starting a rifle team at one of its high schools."

"At a board meeting last month, Arroyo Valley High School student Samuel Locke asked trustees to consider including a rifle team in the Junior Reserved Office Training Corps program. Trustees responded by asking district administrators to research the proposal. Narciso Cardona, assistant superintendent of student services, reported his findings to Superintendent Arturo Delgado."

"Cardona said the U.S. Army provides every high school JROTC with 4.5 mm air rifles for rifle-team competition, and Arroyo has 15 of them." ...
 

NY: Council hears 911 complaints
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"It had all the ingredients for disaster: two men exchanging words on a street in Newburgh, one of them angry, one of them armed."

"Before things got out of control, one of the men dialed 911."

"That man, city business owner Damon Finch, says police never responded to his calls ..." ...

"Finch's complaints about 911 were among several brought to the City Council Monday."

"Eddie Ramirez of Poughkeepsie brought two young women to the meeting, their faces bruised and each with an arm in a sling. The pair had been attacked Saturday night while visiting the city."

"'It took 20 minutes for a cruiser to respond,' Ramirez told officials. 'That's unacceptable.'" ...
 

TX: Reinstatement is opposed
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"Police Chief Harold Hurtt and two City Council members said they oppose the reinstatement of a Houston police sergeant who supervised the botched 1998 raid that led to the fatal shooting of Pedro Oregon Navarro." ...

"Strouse supervised the controversial July 12, 1998, raid for which he and five other officers were fired." ...

"The raid occurred at a southwest Houston apartment where an informant said illegal drugs were being sold, but no drugs were found."

"Oregon, 22, was shot when officers raided his apartment without a search warrant."

"When one of the officers accidentally fired a shot, police mistakenly thought the gunfire came from Oregon and fired about 30 rounds. Oregon was shot 12 times, including nine times in his back. A police investigation later determined that Oregon was armed but never fired his gun."
 

TX: Weapons at risk in squad cars? Machine gun taken from tactical officer's take-home vehicle
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"The theft of a machine gun from a Dallas police squad car is raising questions about how vulnerable weapons are when left in vehicles, especially at a time when the department is set to begin letting patrol officers carry assault weapons."

"A car burglar who smashed through a Dallas police patrol vehicle's back window on Monday hit the jackpot. The marked car was a tactical officer's take-home vehicle, parked in his northwest Dallas driveway, and inside the trunk was about $6,000 worth of equipment, including a machine gun, ammunition, a heavy-duty ballistic vest and a SWAT uniform."

"'We were very concerned,' said Lt. Edwin Ruiz-Diaz, a tactical supervisor." ...
 

OH: Former Maumee Officer Speaks Out After Firing
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"He lost his job as a Maumee police officer for 'horseplay' with a loaded gun. But, Jeff Strzesynski is fighting to get his badge back."

"Back in February, Strzesynksi was fired by the Maumee Police Division for pointing the loaded .40 calibre pistol at himself and other officers inside police headquarters. He worked there for nearly 13 years."

"Strzesynksi admits he goofed around with the gun and it was inappropriate, but says he should not have lost his job because of it. He talked publicly for the first time since he's been fired, with News 11's Bob Jones."

"'This has been a tragedy. Loss of income, loss of self-respect. Loss of my professionalism that I carried and maintained as a police officer,' Stryzesynki said." ...
 

OK: AG Offers Opinions on Knives, Guns
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Opinions from Attorney General Drew Edmondson say people might be allowed to carry guns onto school and prison property, in certain situations.

Edmondson says schools can't prohibit a person from carrying a gun or knife used for hunting or fishing if it's displayed in a vehicle used to drive a student to and from school. He says the vehicle can NOT be left unattended on school property.

Edmondson also says anyone with a state Self-Defense license can have a gun in a prison parking area if it's an area where there are no prisoners.

The opinions were requested by state schools Superintendent Sandy Garrett and Corrections Department Director Ron Ward.
 

MD: Park Police offers free gun locks
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The Maryland-National Capital Park Police is providing 1,000 free firearm safety kits through its partnership with Project ChildSafe, a nationwide firearms safety education program. The safety kits, which include a gunlock, are available between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. at Park Police Headquarters at 12751 Layhill Road in Silver Spring.

Each kit contains a cable-style gunlock. The locks fit on most types of handguns, rifles, and shotguns. The goal is to prevent a child or any other unauthorized person from accessing a firearm in your home.

Call 301-929-2753.
 

Haiti: UN force unable to stem violence in chaotic Haiti
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"Ten years ago, Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide disbanded the Haitian army, which was known for toppling governments and slaughtering opponents."

"Today, scores of ex-soldiers armed with aging M-1 rifles and other weapons control this coastal city and much of Haiti in defiance of the U.S.-backed government led by interim Prime Minister Gerard Latortue."

"Although an illegal force, the ex-soldiers guard roadblocks, patrol sleepy streets and arrest criminals with unchallenged authority in Petit-Goave, 40 miles west of the capital, Port-au-Prince. One self-styled army commander said his forces are the only ones who can bring order to violence-scarred Haiti." ...
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Submitter's Note: Can you say 'militia' boys and girls?
 

India: Three jawans arrested for shooting protected birds
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Three Jawans of the Nagaland Armed Police were arrested for shooting protected birds in a bird sanctuary in Upper Assam's Jorhat district today.

Police here said the jawans were caught by members of local NGO 'Shewa' when they shot at two fish-eating birds, a dove and a Brahmani duck with their service rifles at the Bahona Baruahgaon bird sanctuary near here.

The rifles of the NAP constables and their vehicle were seized by police who booked them under schedule 4 and Section 9 of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.

The three who were sent to Jorhat Central Jail were identified as Bilal Hussain, Thenla Mo Latha and Yanglang Lotha.
 

Russia: Gunmen Kill 4, Seize Weapons in Russia's Caucasus
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"Islamic militants killed four anti-drugs unit members and seized more than 170 submachine guns and pistols on Tuesday in an attack on the unit's offices in Russia's volatile Caucasus region."

"A militant Islamist group, calling itself 'Yarmuk,' claimed responsibility for the attack, branding the unit a 'criminal organization' that had caused people to become drug addicts."

"The gunmen set fire to the building after stealing 36 submachine guns, 136 pistols and a large amount of ammunition during the night-time attack in Nalchik, capital of the Kabardino-Balkaria region, local media reported." ...
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Submitter's Note: When guns are outlawed, criminals will get guns however they can.
 

UK: Jury split in Derek Bennett police shooting case
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"AN INQUEST jury failed to reach a verdict today in the case of Derek Bennett, a parking attendant shot dead by a police marksman while running away."

"After five weeks of evidence the jury retired to consider its' verdict this morning. Their deliberations will continue tomorrow after the 11-person jury failed to reach a conclusion." ...

"Father-of-four Bennett was shot four times in the back on 16 July 2001 after being spotted with what turned out to be a gun-shaped cigarette lighter."

"Officer A claimed Bennett was facing him when he fired, but this contrasts with the bullet entry-wounds. And despite claiming he was in fear of his life, Officer A advanced towards Bennett before back-up arrived." ...
 

TX: Keep guard up around guns
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"Two fatal shootings among Texas hunters in recent weeks underscore the tragic truth that safety in the field never should be taken for granted."

"A waterfowler in Central Texas and a deer hunter in South Texas reportedly were the casualties. It is not my intention to pass judgment; rather, these are reminders of how terribly important awareness remains each time we transport and use sporting arms."

"First, Texas hunters have posted an impressive safety record. According to statistics issued by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the number of shooting-related fatalities among hunters dropped from 37 in 1968 to three in 2002 and two in 2003. This trend is the direct result of increased emphasis on hunter safety classes ..." ...
 

PA: Development: Pistol range has new owner [first story on page]
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"For Todd Edmiston, it was a classic example of being in the right place at the right time. The Latrobe native's family in January had sold fuel supplier Smith Oil Co., and Edmiston was looking for a new venture. At the same time, Lynn Alcorn and partner Richard Snyder had decided that nine years of owning and operating the A&S Indoor Pistol Range in Youngwood was long enough. Edmiston found out the range was for sale, saw the potential, liked the look of the business and bought it." ...
 

WI: Deer hunt safest ever for firearms accidents
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"The killing of six deer hunters in northern Wisconsin after a confrontation over trespassing probably played a role in making the nine-day hunt the safest on record for firearm-related accidents, a state game warden says."

"The tragedy, while unrelated to gun safety, brought to the forefront the issue of gun handling, said Tom Wrasse, a Department of Natural Resources warden supervisor in Vilas County."

"'I would certainly think there was a heightened awareness because of that incident to be a little more cautious of what was going on,' Wrasse said Monday. 'I am sure that was a factor.'" ...
 

TN: Gun range consideration to be delayed
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"A proposed zoning regulation permitting shooting ranges likely will be postponed at least another month after a Dyer County Commission committee recommended changes Thursday."

"The commission's local government committee recommended changes in permitted noise levels and their measurement to the full commission and that the proposed regulation be returned to the county planning commission for modification before commission consideration." ...
 

MN: Pistol range seeks expansion
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"Burnsville Pistol Range owner Roger Hird is fired up about the possibility of doubling the size of his business."

"Because of homeland security issues and a growing number of Minnesota gun permit holders in recent years, he and other shooting-range owners are seeing an increased demand for their facilities by law enforcement and community members alike."

"As a result, Hird wants to expand the size of his indoor facility to include six rifle lanes in addition to the existing 12 available for pistol shooting. The $600,000 project also would expand a classroom to accommodate groups of 30 people rather than the current 10. ..." ...
 

GA: Athens-made musket finding new, modern audience
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... "But when [the three men] get together at Ragland's shop near Dahlonega, they're all interested in the same thing: antique guns. They're muzzleloading enthusiasts and collectors who actually do more than gab about guns. They're all shooters in muzzleloading competitions."

"Right now, though, they're talking a lot about a new project, a part of Civil War history. Slowly but carefully, they are turning out what they say are the first accurate reproductions of an infantry rifle made in Athens for Confederate soldiers."

"It's a .58-caliber musket made by Cook & Brother, a company run by two brothers that started out in New Orleans and moved east, eventually to Athens, partly because the city was removed from the war." ...
 

WA: Sammamish City Council poised to outlaw hunting in city limits
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"You might think it would be a no-brainer, and when the Sammamish City Council takes up an ordinance tonight that bans hunting within city limits, it probably will pass unanimously."

"But some people need to be told the obvious. Such as the fellow who was working at a construction site near Eastlake High School a year ago, saw a large buck walking through a wooded lot, and decided to go hunting. With his rifle."

"Passers-by who heard the shots called police. By the time they arrived, the man had tagged the buck and was loading it into his truck."

"The hunter was arrested for discharging a firearm within city limits, a misdemeanor, but ultimately was allowed to keep his kill, because he shot the buck on the last day of deer season." ...
 

India: Riding high with rifle shooting
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"Going by the general norm, pistols and rifles are kept out of the reach of children. But 9-year-old Varun is different. He not only enjoys the idea of shooting but has already become a champion at the game. A student of class IV he has already made a collection of several awards and medals."

"He won his very first competition at the tender age of 8 when he participated in the 'Delhi State Shooting Championship'. The competition was held at the Karni Singh Shooting Range at Tughlaqabad. Immediately after this he bagged a silver medal in peepsight air rifle shooting in the Delhi Inter School sub junior category. He has even qualified for the Pre-national trials that are scheduled to be held early next year. ..." ...
 

UK: Jury right to convict Martin - lawyer
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"The top lawyer who defended Norfolk farmer Tony Martin has admitted the jury was right to convict him of killing a burglar."

"Writing in today's EDP, Anthony Scrivener QC says Martin deserved to be found guilty at Norwich Crown Court – and it would be wrong to change the law on self-defence for house-holders on the back of the case."

"Mr Scrivener, a former Bar Council president, attacks politicians fighting over the so-called Mercer Bill for 'playing on people's fears as they try to outdo each other with promises of greater rights for householders to attack burglars'."

"Claiming the facts of the Martin case are rarely reported accurately or fully, he adds: 'In fact the verdict of the jury was quite understandable.'" ...
 

UK: Midlands targeted in gun surge
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"Shooting organisations have seen a surge in membership with applications for shotgun licences reaching a ten-year high, according to latest figures."

"As the future of hunting is plunged into doubt, more people are taking up shooting and a demand for suitable venues continues to grow, the British Association of Shooting and Conservation (BASC) said."

"According to figures released by the Home Office, there were 26,450 new applications for shotgun certificates between 2002 and 2003, of which only 350 were refused."

"The number of applications for new firearms certificates, which cover rifles and other firearms in a more rigorous licensing system, has also risen to its highest level since 1996 - the year of the Dunblane tragedy." ...
 

UK: Gunman walks free from court
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"A GUNMAN who went on a shooting spree in a town centre yesterday walked free from court."

"Jason Watkins, 38, used a shotgun to blast at shop windows in Blaenavon in the early hours of the morning."

"Prosecutor Eugene Egan said, 'He fired the gun through a window of a hotel at about 3.20am, causing damage of £1,000.'"

"'He later telephoned the landlady and told her damage had been caused at her premises and claimed he was a police officer.'"

"He then caused £200 worth of damage by firing at a window at the Spar supermarket in Broad Street, Blaenavon."

"In the same street he fired at an 8ft by 6ft plate-glass window at Morris Black butchers, causing damage of £2,000." ...
 

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