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Dec. 17 Neal Knox Update
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.KeepAndBearArms.com/FORUMS

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* Washington Post helps Sen. McCain's effort to pass "compromise" gun show bill.

* 1st-time gun buyers aren't planning to shoot terrorists, but the rats who come out whenever there's a disaster.

* Need to find and knock-out those who drafted rejected language of Sec.1062.

* Rick Stanley's expensive publicity: requesting a jury trial.

* Taliban established brutal theocracy by promising "peace."

* NRA leadership declined to nominate Louise Mandrell as a Director.
 

AZ, Glendale: Classmates try to find meaning in death of 'good guy'
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.KeepAndBearArms.com/FORUMS

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Olson was fatally shot about 10pm Friday when he stopped by the Glendale Country Market to pick up his paycheck.

Inside, two gunmen, wearing bandannas over their faces, were robbing the store. One shot Olson once in the upper body, then continued robbing the store.

Investigators said Monday they are still looking for the two bandits.

KABA NOTE: Was anyone in the store able to be armed?
 

SA: Gun license fees (more than) double
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.KeepAndBearArms.com/FORUMS

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Cape Town, South Africa -- Firearm licence application fees will more than double from January 2 next year.
 

IN: Traded-in weapons melted "for good cause" (followup)
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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One Indiana Church found an "interesting" way to "get more guns and violence off the street." The Guns for Gifts program pays $50 for each gun from local residents who wanted to "get rid of unwanted firearms." Then they destroy these guns and turn them into melted scrap metal.

(And what are they going to do about the *criminals* -- the people actually *responsible* for crimes?)
 

CA: Shooting victim feared for safety in neighborhood
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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POMONA -- Maria del Carmen Leautaud Garcia lived for the day when she and her three children would move out of their Angela Street home. But she never got the chance to see it.

"I opened the door and they shoot her," said the son in broken English.

KABA NOTE: Gee, doesn't California have all those restrictive "gun control" laws that are supposed to "prevent" these tragedies? It would appear their anti-gun laws don't work.
 

CO, Denver: "123 Kids Die Needlessly"
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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This editorial claims "Firearms killed as many Denver children as traffic accidents did over the past four years..."

Apparently accidents were the biggest unnatural cause of death, including 17 car accidents, 10 drownings, seven cases of suffocation and ONE gun death.

But the editors at the Denver post aren't calling for more car/drowning/suffocation control. They claim this staggering statistic "...underscores the need to regard guns as a public health issue."
 

CO, Denver: Expert says Officer likely lied about fatal shooting
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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Evidence indicates that a Denver police officer lied about a fatal shooting, a forensic expert told the Public Safety Review Commission, who wanted the officer "reprimanded" for "departing from the truth."

The commission hired an outside expert after they wrote that they thought the officer was lying and that he should be disciplined, and the DA's Office and police chief rejected this conclusion, saying members "lacked the expertise to support their theories."
 

IL, Chicago: City to get a dubious title: No. 1 In Murder
Submitted by: Jerry Rowe

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With less than two weeks left in the year, Chicago is poised to overtake New York for only the 2nd time on record and log the most homicides of any city in the nation. Chicago has recorded 648 slayings through Wednesday. New York City, with 3 times as many residents, had 619 killings.

The numbers also raise questions about how New York has been able to slash homicides by 70% between 1993 and 2000 while Chicago only recorded a 33% drop.

KABA NOTE: New York City and Chicago both have extremely restrictive gun control laws in place.
 

Feinstein to Propose New National Gun Law Legislation (followup)
Submitted by: SASister

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...she plans to introduce legislation that would "bring the nation in line with her home state's stringent laws" regarding gun sales and background checks. Feinstein said she believes U.S. citizens, including members of the National Rifle Association, would support universal background checks.

(Uh, she would be wrong on that one.)
 

KS: Teacher suspended for leaving rifle in LOCKED truck
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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Social studies teacher Steve Decker was suspended without pay for 60 days after a search dog hired by the school nosed down a deer rifle in his [LOCKED] pickup truck.

Principal Randall Renoud had nothing to do with Decker's suspension. Interquest Security officials contacted the district's central office, which, "by law, must report [any] incident to police."

"I just happened to forget it that morning," Decker said.
 

NY: Asst. Principal had gun in car, now barred from job
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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An assistant principal at a Brooklyn junior high school, known as stern with the children and hard-working on the job, was busted for packing a "loaded, illegal" .22-caliber pistol in his car (while AWAY from the school).

They said he would be reassigned to the superintendent's office - and barred from consideration for any future supervisory job.
 

Parents loading up on guns for their kids
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz

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SANTA CRUZ — Elle Sanders, 9, didn’t ask Santa for a gun for Christmas this year. She already has one.

She learned to handle a gun when she was 7, took hunter safety training last summer and shot her first pheasant at the ripe age of 8.
 

VPC on State Dept Decision To Bar Export Of 50-calibers
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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The department's decision was based on its concerns regarding the use of these powerful weapons as tools for terrorism, as documented in a comprehensive October 2001 VPC report on the weapons, "Voting from the Rooftops: How the Gun Industry Armed Osama bin Laden, Other Foreign and Domestic Terrorists, and Common Criminals with 50 Caliber Sniper Rifles," by VPC Senior Policy Analyst Tom Diaz.
 

Essential Liberty and Temporary Safety
Submitted by: SaveOurGuns.com
Website: http://www.saveourguns.com

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Your Bill of Rights wasn't Free.
 

Guns and Character Assassination: Using Terror
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"It was only a matter of time before the gun-ban lobby took advantage of Americans' fears of terrorist attacks to scare them into giving up more of their rights. Gun banners are now rushing to demonize the latest politically incorrect sporting gun — the .50-caliber target rifle."

By Dave Kopel of Independence Institute & Timothy Wheeler of Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership
 

"Why the idea of an implanted ID chip makes my skin crawl"
Submitted by: Jim Garofolo
Website: http://users.oco.net/jimg/NavCenter

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The potential for abuse of this technology by our government is so large that it would solidify the Police State they are swiftly steering us to.
 

OK: Jury indicts Hinton man in [unlicensed] gun sales
Submitted by: WildWest

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A 42-year-old Hinton man was indicted by an Oklahoma City federal grand jury on charges of "dealing in firearms without a license."

"The government is seeking forfeiture of 386 firearms, along with numerous rounds of ammunition, clips, magazines and firing devices."

He violated a law that shouldn't be there in the first place.
 

UT: State Employee Gun Ban Headed for Repeal (followup)
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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Thursday's hearing was a last-ditch effort by "pro-restriction" [read: 'anti-gun'] residents to save the rule.

"Do not wipe away these regulations that are designed to 'protect public safety'," said attorney Gary Sackett of the "Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah". He said that Attorney General Shurtleff's review "failed to consider laws giving employers responsibility to maintain a safe workplace."

"There is no other explanation for the Attorney General's opinion other than it was politically motivated," Sackett whined.
 

More kids to get guns as gifts this holiday
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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The long, thin, wrapped present under Mark Hinton's Christmas tree isn't a scooter or a pogo stick.

On Tuesday, Hinton's 9-year-old son, Weston, will tear open festive paper encasing a 20-gauge shotgun.

The gift might seem rare for a child, but it's not. Most national gun retailers are reporting an increase in youth gun sales in recent weeks.
 

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