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Armed Santa Blasts Nukes in Christmas Message from John Snyder
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"An armed sleigh-borne Santa Claus zeroes in on Iranian and North Korean nuclear missiles in a postal Christmas card sent this month to government officials and others."

"John M. Snyder mailed the cards to the president, vice president, Cabinet and members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives."

"'What finer gift could Santa bring peaceful citizens against those who would destroy our culture, freedom and way of life?' asked Snyder. 'Guns save lives, and Santa and many other men and women of good will know how to use them.'" ...
 

MN: Prosecutor: Shooting Of Intruder May Be Justified
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Wright County prosecutor said a Rockford man 'may have been very well justified' when he shot and killed an armed man who forced his way into his ex-girlfriend's home before dawn Wednesday."

"County Attorney Thomas Kelly said Eric M. Cegon shot Erik A. Richter, 35, of Watertown twice with a shotgun after Richter broke in through a back door into Samantha E. Simons' home in Rockford."

"Richter had a loaded pistol when he attempted the enter the bedroom were Cegon, 30, Simons, 21, and her 2-year-old son had been sleeping. The boy's father was Richter." ...
 

Ireland: Nally cleared of manslaughter
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Co Mayo farmer Padraig Nally has been cleared of the manslaughter of father-of-11 John Ward whom he shot twice and beat with a stick after the deceased entered his land."

"Mr Nally believed Mr Ward, who was a member of the Travelling community, had been on his land to commit a burglary and he said he had been living in fear."

"He had told gardaí at the time: 'I was out of my mind for these lads calling to my house all year,' and said he had slept for just an hour the night before the killing as he had expected something to happen."

"At the start of the trial he had pleaded not guilty ..." ...

"The 62-year-old wept as the jury's majority verdict of 'not guilty' was read out at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin." ...
 

VA: Two teenagers convicted of having gun at Newport News school
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Two teenage boys who were found to have a gun in the locker that they shared at Warwick High School were convicted Wednesday of firearms charges."

"A 14-year-old boy was found guilty of bringing a gun to school and possessing a firearm on school property. His sentencing is set for Jan. 4."

"A 17-year-old - who remains in juvenile detention - was convicted of the same charges, along with one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He will be sentenced Jan. 19."

"School security officers and administrators found the .380-caliber handgun Oct. 30, during a series of locker searches at the school. The gun was stashed in a backpack in the boys' locker. ..." ...
 

OH: Teen On House Arrest After Bringing 9 Weapons To School
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A 16-year-old Hudson student who brought weapons to school is on house arrest.

When police arrived at Hudson High School last Wednesday, they found a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol in the student's car and nine other weapons, including a knife.

A judge ordered the boy to wear a GPS ankle bracelet until his next juvenile court hearing next month.
 

OR: City ready to pull trigger on replica gun ban
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Beaverton city officials are ready to prohibit airsoft guns and other realistic looking toy firearms from public places."

"During a work session Monday night, city councilors encouraged a team of police officers and the city attorney’s office to take a tough stand and tighten language of a proposed toy gun ban ordinance with firm penalties before a Jan. 22 public hearing."

"The ordinance would cover realistic replica guns that often are mistaken for the real thing." ...
 

MI: Michigan Passes Emergency Powers Protection Act Bill Now Heads to Governor’s Desk for Signature (NRA-ILA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Michigan’s State Legislature has passed a two-bill package backed by the National Rifle Association (NRA) to create the state’s 'Emergency Powers Protection Act' (HB 6363 and HB 6364). The new laws prevent local governments from confiscating lawfully owned firearms during a declared state of emergency, as witnessed in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina."

"'Law-abiding Michiganders have won a significant victory in the State Legislature,' said Chris W. Cox, NRA's chief lobbyist. 'The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina confirmed a fear long-held by American gun owners: the day government bureaucrats declare our Second Amendment null and void, leaving law-abiding citizens defenseless in the midst of chaos and lawlessness.'" ...
 

VA: County mulls gun law
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Janet Herman’s 11-year-old son was sitting on the living-room floor in their Albemarle County home when a stray bullet fired from a hunter’s gun burst through the back wall of the house and grazed his arm."

"'The bullet had come from the woods behind our house, through the steel screen on the deck, through the siding and the wall,' Herman recalled Wednesday, adding that the bullet only raised a welt on the boy’s forearm."

"As a result of that 1999 incident, Herman is firmly in favor of a proposed change to Albemarle County law that could restrict the use of firearms near homes."

"However, opponents of the potential gun restrictions say existing state law already bans the reckless use of a firearm, a law the hunter who shot into Herman’s home was convicted of breaking." [emphasis added] ...
 

OH: Ohio Senate Changes Journalist Access (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Wednesday, the Ohio Senate took up Substitute House Bill 9 after the Senate Judiciary-Criminal Justice Committee. As many of you may recall, Representative Brinkman amended HB9 (an open records bill) on the House floor to create a provision for Concealed Handgun License holders to opt-out of the release of their private information to the media. That amendment, and the entire bill, passed with overwhelming bi-partisan support in the Ohio House."

"The Senate committee changed that opt-out provision to a system that OFCC feels is an acceptable compromise. ..." ...
 

GA: Woman who says ex-officer hit her awarded damages
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"Ylia Lavender, the woman who says a former Atlanta police officer punched her in the face during a 2000 traffic stop, won part of a federal civil lawsuit against him Wednesday."

"A jury ordered the former officer, Raymond Bunn, to pay Lavender $5,100 for medical expenses for his role in the altercation that left her with a broken eye socket." ...

"The jury did not award Lavender any punitive damages ..." ...

"In his original report, Bunn said when he asked her to pull over and get out of the car, she cursed at and attacked him."

"Bunn said Lavender scratched his face and poked his eye, and added that he hit her in self-defense."

"The officer arrested her on charges of battery and obstruction. She was later acquitted of all charges." ...
 

NY: Buffalo officer sentenced to community service after firing gun
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A Buffalo police officer and a high school art teacher were ordered to perform community service after they pleaded guilty to firing a gun out the window of a car while driving on the Thruway."

"Dawn Lopez, 37, and Megan Corcoran were sentenced to 100 hours of community service for their roles in the July 26 incident."

"Police said Lopez fired her gun into the air several times and Corcoran fired at least one shot."

"Lopez was ordered suspended from duty without pay between July 27 and Aug. 17. Since returning to the department she remains on an 'administrative assignment.'"

"Hearings will begin soon for departmental charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer, Commissioner H. McCarthy Gipson said." ...
 

IL: County board OKs animal control warden firearm use
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Iroquois County Animal Control Warden Dan Garner receive permission from the Iroquois County Board yesterday morning to carry a firearm."

"Garner has been requesting permission to arm himself for the past several months. He has cited rapidly changing demographics, changes in the environment where the dogs are found, the high percentage of high-risk calls, anti-social behavior toward humans and the need for self protection."

"After looking into the issue, Iroquois County States Attorney Jim Devine said that according to state statute, it is legal for a warden to be armed. He also said Garner has demonstrated a need for the weapon, citing several calls dealing with multiple dangerous dogs." ...
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KABA Note: And what about the 'civilians' on the street who have to deal with "multiple dangerous dogs" for 15 or 20 minutes waiting for animal control to arrive?
 

GA: 911 Call Adds Credibility to Claims in Kathryn Johnston shooting
Submitted by: Doug Huffman
Website: http://www.scfirearms

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"11Alive News has obtained the tape of a 911 call that seems to lend credibility to an informant’s claims he was asked to lie about the shooting death of an elderly woman in northwest Atlanta."

"A day after narcotics officers served a search warrant at the home of Kathryn Johnston, and she was shot and killed, a man named Alexis White called 911 with some disturbing claims." ...

"Police have admitted that White is an often-used federal confidential informant. In this case, he says a day after the shooting, some of the narcotics officers picked him up and pressured him to lie and say he bought drugs at the home." ...
 

NY: Black Officers: NYPD Shooters Lacked Proper Training
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Four of the five officers who fired a total of 50 times at the car of an unarmed man on his wedding day hadn't completed mandatory firearms training, a group of black officers charged on Thursday."

"New York Police Department brass 'failed to ensure these officers were properly trained,' said Marquez Claxton, a founder of 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care." ...

"At a news conference outside police headquarters, Claxton alleged that four plainclothes officers involved in the killing of Bell and the wounding of two companions skipped the second of two annual 'training cycles' at the police shooting range. The fifth shooter, an unidentified undercover detective, had done both practice sessions, he added." ...
 

MO: Flea market crackdown pivots on licensed gun dealers
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"Wednesday's announcement of a crackdown on gun sales at one of Missouri's largest outdoor flea markets puts fresh attention on the distinction between who needs a firearm dealer's license and who doesn't."

"Officials say an individual may sell a gun without a license so long as it is not done as a for-profit business."

"Some sellers crossed that line at the Rutledge Flea Market in Knox County, prosecutors in St. Louis said as they put more than 1,200 seized firearms from the case on display."

"Indictments say the seven suspects sold guns without a license, without keeping the proper records or to a convicted felon." ...
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Submitter's Note: Heck, the Dems aren't even sworn in yet and the BATFEebs are back to their Clinton-era tricks again.
 

MA: Mass. detective charged with waving gun
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"A beer-spitting, tequila-swilling Framingham detective faces criminal charges and may be bounced from the force for allegedly waving a loaded pistol at two fellow officers."

"The 'extremely' drunk 35-year-old cop is also accused of pointing his pistol out of a car the same night as his buddies were trying to drive him home."

"Michael E. Doherty will now be arraigned on three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon in connection with a Sept. 12 incident in Framingham, according to records at Framingham District Court."

"Doherty has been on paid leave since Oct. 10, and will face an 'appointing authority' hearing on Dec. 19 to determine if there is just cause to dismiss him from the department ..." ...
 

AL: Former Hobson City police chief pleads guilty
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Former Hobson City Police Chief Daryl Parker pleaded guilty Thursday to three counts of selling firearms to a convicted felon and extorting money to release an impounded automobile."

"Parker, 54, of Lincoln is scheduled for sentencing April 19 by U.S. District Judge Lynwood Smith. The firearms charges could result in a sentence of up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. The extortion count would result in a prison term of up to 20 years and a $250,000 fine."

"Parker served as police chief of Hobson City, an east Alabama town of about 900 people, from 1999 until his arrest in October." ...
 

MN: Committee recommends measured approach to nontoxic shot regulations
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A committee tasked with studying nontoxic shot regulations by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has recommended a cautious approach to restricting the use of lead shot by hunters beyond current federal and state regulations."

"The report, issued today and available online, supports the DNR's decision to restrict lead shot on state dove fields this past season. In addition it highlights a number of scenarios that would reduce the amount of lead used by hunters. Fifteen states, including South Dakota and Iowa, currently have restrictions on lead shot beyond current federal regulations. Nine states, including Minnesota, are in discussions about restrictions." ...
 

NM: Pistol Pete reloaded: NMSU mascot gets his guns back
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Lasso Larry is being reined in a bit by a reloaded Pistol Pete."

"After the decision little more than a year ago to revamp its athletics logo, including the widely criticized decision to take Pete's guns away and replace them with a lasso, the NMSU athletics department is in the process of introducing a 'secondary mark' with Pete toting two pistols."

"'I guess you can say it's a compromise,' said Aaron Villalobos, marketing specialist with the NMSU athletics department. 'Regardless of how this was handled in the past, from this point we wanted the students and the community to know we aren't shutting them out and not listening to them. ... Over the last year we've done a lot of listening.'" ...
 

OH: Plain Dealer journalist 'in closest touch' proven out of touch on HB347 (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
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"On December 4, I wrote an article drawing attention to two editorials in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. In the first editorial, dated August 7, the editorial board endorsed the idea of statewide preemption of local gun laws ..." ...

"Less than four months later, Plain Dealer editors reversed themselves, without noting or explaining the reversal:" ...

"In my op-ed questioning the reversal, I noted that the statewide preemption language in HB347 is the exact same language contained in the bill on August 7, and invited readers to ask the Plain Dealer to explain their seemingly irrational behavior."

".... Mr. O'Brien's answers prompted me to write him about his comments, and a lively exchange ensued." ...
 

OH: City officials admit their local gun laws did nothing, whine about preemption (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
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"The Elyria Morning Journal is reporting that Elyria city officials 'aren't quite sure how the state's new gun legislation will affect their local ordinance banning concealed weapons in city parks, but they're pretty sure it should be Elyrians making those decisions, not Columbus legislators.'" ...

"Amidst the whining, Shilling admitted to the newspaper that Elyria's ban on carrying concealed weapons in city parks, passed by City Council in 2005, doesn't have any penalty or enforcement provision attached to it. And Police Chief Mike Medders said the department hasn't received any complaints or taken any actions to enforce the ban since it was enacted a year ago."

"City officials in Dayton are telling a similar story." ...
 

CA: Setting the Record Straight on Gun Control in California
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Since I was asked to do so – and since I was mentioned in various responses to articles in the California Progress Report – I wanted to clarify several matters as it related to the repartee back between Dr. Cavala and others regarding the 1988 elections, as well as the circumstances surrounding the District of Coumbia litigation as well as AB 2728 [.pdf file]."

"First, as a preliminary matter, as to what transpired in 1988 and 1989, Dr. Cavala’s rendition of events as they happened is correct. In fact, the NRA endorsed Chuck Quackenbush every time after 1988 – despite the fact that he was in reality the architect of the brand name approach in the original Roberti-Roos Law. There were similar endorsement practices in other races." ...
 

OH: Former UC Player Gunned Down In Home Invasion (follow-up)
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"A former University of Cincinnati basketball player was shot and killed after breaking into a home, authorities said Wednesday.

"The Clark County sheriff's office identified the man who was killed as Jonathon Carson, 29. Carson, a guard, played in 17 games for the Bearcats during the 1997-98 season, starting in one."

"He averaged 3.1 points a game.

Prior to that, he was a standout basketball player at South High School in Springfield."

"Carson was one of two men who broke into the home Tuesday night just northwest of this western Ohio city, the sheriff's office said."

"Both men were shot by one of the homeowners." ...
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KABA Note: "Gunnned Down"? Perhaps "Shot In Self-Defense" would be more accurate?
 

WA: Clay pigeon flap could down gun club
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"A pigeon problem may plague the future of the Walla Walla Gun Club at the Walla Walla Regional Airport property."

"Not the pigeons that fly overhead. But clay pigeons that were used for skeet shooting five decades ago."

"Port of Walla Walla Executive Director Jim Kuntz believes the disc targets used before the 1970s contained a carcinogenic substance that could be harmful if the more than 8-acre site leased by the Gun Club is not cleaned." ...

"Gun Club officials don't believe a viable threat is posed on the land or on those who participate in activities there. With no urgency from the Department of Ecology to clean up the site, the group is perplexed as to why the issue is cropping up now." ...
 

WI: Keeping lawful citizens unarmed won't reduce number of criminals
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"When the news came out about Milwaukee's recent spike in violent crime, pro-gun activists were quick to point fingers."

"In a news release, [CCRKBA] took aim at Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle for vetoing concealed-carry legislation. 'Doyle's callous disregard for the self-defense rights of the citizens who put him in office puts their blood on his hands,' said the group's executive director, Joe Waldron."

"On the other side of the discussion, gun control advocates claim that reducing the availability of guns, in turn, reduces accidents and violent crime. With the best of intentions, they look at the fact that firearms are used in about two-thirds of all murders and draw a hasty conclusion: Get rid of the guns, and you can get rid of violent gun crime." ...
 

MN: Minnesota court rules BB gun is a firearm
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"A convicted felon barred from carrying a firearm broke the law when he started toting a BB gun, the Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled."

"John Fleming Jr. couldn't legally carry a gun because of two felony assault convictions, so he packed a BB gun instead."

"Ramsey County prosecutors decided Fleming was splitting hairs and charged him with unlawful possession of a firearm."

"Fleming won when a Ramsey County District judge threw out the charge ..."

"The appellate court reinstated the charge against Fleming, finding that a firearm is 'any gun from which a shot or a projectile is discharged by means of explosive, gas or compressed air.'"

"Fleming is accused of carrying a black metal BB gun ..."
 

CA: American Legion seeking high school student speakers in the Pass Area
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"The American Legion National High School Oratorical contest is underway, offering students a unique educational experience with the prospect of substantial scholarships at the higher levels."

"Participants first present an original speech, of not less than eight nor more than 10 minutes, on a constitutional topic of their choice, with emphasis on the duties and obligations of a citizen."

"Second, the participants must be prepared to speak on an 'Assigned Topic' to be drawn from among several topics at the time of the contest. ..."

"The Assigned Topics for 2007 from the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution are:"

"Second Amendment (right to bear arms) ..." ...
 

IL: Office Shooting Has Some Calling For More Weapons
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"A gunman's rampage at a downtown law firm last week has gun advocates renewing an old push for a change in Illinois law."

"As CBS 2's Mike Parker reports, some people say more weapons will actually reduce crime."

"A gun rights group says the victims of Friday's tragic Loop shooting rampage might still be alive if law abiding citizens were allowed to carry concealed weapons. Richard Pearson of the Illinois State Rifle Association believes armed office workers, might have stopped it."

"'If a person had concealed carry, a lot of people might be around that would be near enough to prevent such a thing,' Pearson said."

"Pearson says the three men who died Friday were shot like 'fish in a barrel.'" ...
 

Canada: SD 27 practice to suspend students with weapons
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"When a object resembling a weapon is found at a school, School District 27’s usual practice is to indefinitely suspend the student responsible, district superintendent Wayne Leckie said."

"This includes toy guns or anything that could potentially harm a student." ...

Submitter's Note: How about those nasty sharp pointy pencils?

"The first priority is to maintain a safe environment. The school also needs time to find an appropriate solution and make sure the student will not bring the weapon to school again." ...

"A Grade 7 Cataline student shot another Grade 7 student in the leg with a soft air pistol last Wednesday."
 

Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyz lawmakers pass bill allowing them to possess firearms
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Kyrgyz lawmakers on Thursday approved a law allowing them to possess firearms. Most of the deputies believe that they need arms for self-defense.

Opposition lawmakers repeatedly stated that they had been often threatened by unidentified persons. The law provides for lawmakers' keeping firearms after quitting office.

President Kurmanbek Bakiyev refused to sign the bill several days ago, but the parliamentarians overcame his veto on Thursday.

The issue which is discussed at present is which agency will supply the lawmakers with weapons and what brand of firearms should be selected.

Meanwhile, the lawmakers' decision was criticized by the republic's Interior Ministry, which said no country in the world has a law envisioning the use of firearms for self-defense by parliamentarians.
 

Canada: Guns in school a very big deal
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"We’ve heard lots of rumblings since we published the story about the Cataline Elementary student shot by a soft air pistol at school."

"The chorus to the comments is It’s no big deal."

"Really? It’s no big deal that one elementary school student shot another elementary school student at school?"

"It’s no big deal that the victim has a large welt on his leg?"

"It’s no big deal that pellet could have destroyed his eye?"

"Perhaps this would have been a far more tragic story. But the fact that he was hit in the leg and not the face does not lessen its importance."

"It has been suggested that this event was not worthy of news coverage. We most certainly think it was."

"This student was shot, after all." ...
 

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