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National ID Card is Here
Submitted by: motoboy

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... "'You need a driver's license to purchase a gun from a dealer, you need it to travel on any form of public transportation, you need it to get a job, you need it to open a checking account, to cash a check, to check into a hotel, to rent a car, and to purchase cigarettes or alcohol,' Babka explained. 'So, if the federal government can set the standards so high as to deny you a driver's license or a photo ID, it's effectively turned you into a non-person.'" ...

"'When the government says they're concerned about my privacy after they've just said I have to have one of their cards, somehow, that's not very reassuring,' [Larry] Pratt [executive director of Gun Owners of America] said." ...
 

IL: Blago right to go after violent video games
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"Gov. Rod Blagojevich was right in pointing out and condemning the corrupting and dangerous influence of video games and its connection to gang violence and other crimes."

"Ideas have consequences and violent ideas planted in young, impressionable and sometimes vulnerable minds can have deadly ones."

"He is wrong, however, in asking for criminal penalties for retailers who sell these violent video games. But Blagojevich's critics need to connect their own dots. If parents are responsible for their children ... and we are responsible for our own actions, and video retailers are innocent, then why are not gun retailers innocent for selling a legal product, and those who misuse them responsible for their own actions? At least guns can be used in self-defense to save lives. Video games cannot." ...
 

TX: Mother of suicide victim sues Wal-Mart over gun sale
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"There were serious signs of trouble near the end of Shayla Stewart's short life."

"Stewart, 24, was diagnosed as bipolar and schizophrenic. She had assaulted police officers. She had been arrested for attacking a fellow customer at a Denton Wal-Mart where she had a prescription to anti-psychotic medication."

"Given all those signs, her parents say, another Wal-Mart just seven miles away should have never sold her the shotgun Stewart used to kill herself in 2003." ...
 

WV: Hitting the bull’s-eye with my dad
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Morganna Marks is the daughter of Gazette reporter Rusty Marks. Last year, at 13, she asked for — and received — a BB gun for Christmas."

"For as long as I can remember, my father has been a gun enthusiast. He collects, sells and shoots guns (he target shoots but doesn’t hunt)."

"Because of his hobby, many of my childhood memories are riddled with weekend gun shows, shooting ranges, and the smell of brass and gunpowder. One of my clearest is of my dad lovingly cleaning his newest handgun at the dining room table." ...
 

FL: FL assault weapons ban in the works
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S500 GENERAL BILL by Margolis

Assault Weapons/Detachable Magazine; prohibits manufacture, importation, possession, purchase, sale, or transfer of assault weapon or large-capacity detachable magazine; provides certain specified exceptions; provides that knowing violation of act is felony of second degree; requires seizure & forfeiture of said weapons & magazines held in violation of act or used in committing crime; requires that seized weapons or magazines be destroyed within certain period, etc. Creates 790.222. EFFECTIVE DATE: 01/01/2006.
 

Wildlife Management Challenges Grow As Animals and People Come In More Frequent Contact
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"The public is becoming increasingly less tolerant of growing wildlife populations, according to a new survey of the nation's wildlife professionals. As the populations of species such as bear and deer continue to grow, and contact with people becomes more frequent, wildlife professionals say they fear that the public is beginning to view wildlife as pests and not with the awe and respect they deserve." ...

"However, hunting and trapping in some states have been threatened by legislation that would prevent them from being used as wildlife management tools. This can have detrimental effects. According to the survey, without hunting and trapping economic damage caused by wildlife would skyrocket over 200 percent - from its current level of $22 billion to $70 billion." [emphasis added] ...
 

NY: Yesterday's Hero
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Twenty years ago today, on a south bound IRT No. 2 train, four young hoods armed with sharpened screwdrivers surrounded a mild-looking man and demanded money."

"Instead, they got the surprise of their criminal lives."

"Rather than meekly turn over his cash, the would-be victim pulled a .38-caliber revolver — and shot each of his attackers."

"Standing over one of the youths, he was heard to say, 'You don't look so bad — here's another.'"

"He fired again."

"Then he vanished into the night." ...

"Elected officials denounced him as a dangerous vigilante; black activists called him a racist (he was white and his assailants black). But a grand jury refused to indict him for attempted murder." ...
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Submitter's Note: If only Bernie had been around on the Long Island Railroad a few years later.
 

LA: Jury frees defendant in bar shooting
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"A barroom shooting last year that left one man dead and three other people wounded was an act of self-defense, an Orleans Parish jury has found."

"Michael E. Williams, 41, was acquitted last week of manslaughter and aggravated battery charges stemming from an argument inside a St. Claude Avenue bar that turned into deadly chaos, according to courtroom testimony."

"Williams killed Lionel 'Te Te' Silva, 28, and wounded a woman and two other men on Oct. 3, 2003, inside Te Te's Bar and Restaurant, 2227 St. Claude."

"A jury acquitted Williams on all counts Thursday night after about two hours of deliberations." ...
 

South Africa: Eight men nabbed, stolen firearms recovered
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"Police arrested eight men and recovered three firearms stolen from a farm near Bloemfontein, Free State police said."

"Sergeant Thandi Mbambo said the Cloete family of the Kroomspruit farm surprised a group of robbers at the farmhouse last Wednesday."

"'The robbers had already loaded two of the farms bakkies with household appliances,' Mbambo said."

"The Cloete family phoned a neighbour for assistance."

"Shots were fired and the robbers fled with a vehicle they had hijacked earlier, Mbambo said." ...
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Submitter's Note: "Shots were fired" = Armed self-defense works!
 

AZ: Charges against hiker criticized
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"Prosecutors slanted grand jury testimony to gain a second-degree murder indictment against a former Valley teacher who claims self-defense in a trail shooting north of Payson, according to a defense motion filed last week in Flagstaff by the attorney for 57-year-old Harold Fish."

"The retired Tolleson High School teacher and father of seven is accused of killing Grant Kuenzli, 43, in a confrontation May 11 on the Pine Canyon Trail involving the dead man's three dogs."

"Melvin McDonald, Fish's attorney, is asking Judge Mark Moran of Coconino County Superior County to overturn the July 22 indictment. McDonald charges that prosecutors omitted information favorable to Fish's self-defense claim." ...
 

FL: Miami Police Use Taser To Subdue Wheelchair-Bound Man
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Miami police say they used a Taser stun gun to subdue a wheelchair-bound man who threatened them with scissors.

Police say they responded to a domestic violence all at a home where the man got into an argument with his girlfriend, then threw a soda can at her 13-year-old daughter.

Police say the man resisted officers and threatened them.

The man's name was not released. He was taken to jail, but no charges were immediately filed.
 

VA: Ex-Officer Guilty of Assault
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"A former Albemarle County police officer was found guilty of assaulting his girlfriend and given a suspended jail sentence Monday." ...

"The ex-officer touched his gun during a heated argument Oct. 4 with his live-in girlfriend, although he did not draw it from its holster."

"Binder’s sentence will stay suspended if he remains on good behavior for two years and does not contact Wachtel. He also must complete an anger-management course. An officer for two years, he was fired from the police department Nov. 15." ...

Killeen, whose office took the case because of the county’s conflict of interest, said the deal was “well worth it in terms of saving the victim from a trial. It was going to be an emotional case for everyone.”

 

MD: Gun dealer inspections lag behind federal goals
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Fewer than half of the licensed firearms dealers in Maryland were inspected in a three-year period, well behind the federal government's stated goal of inspecting every dealer at least once in that timeframe." ...
 

NY: L.I. Fire Hero In Gun Bust
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A Long Island hero credited with saving four lives last Friday was arrested less than 48 hours later for possessing a stolen handgun, cops said yesterday.

Priestly Green, 22 — who rushed into a burning house to pull his ex-girlfriend, an 18-year-old man, and two young children, ages 2 and 3, to safety Dec. 17 — was busted after Nassau County cops pulled him over for a routine traffic stop.

Inside his Chevy Malibu, officers found a semiautomatic 9 mm handgun with its serial number removed, according to authorities.

"He filed off the serial numbers to avoid detection," said Officer Thomas Brussell.

Green was charged with criminal possession of a weapon.
 

DC: D.C. Officer Ran Prostitution Business, Police Say
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"A District police officer has been placed on administrative duties after his arrest over the weekend on charges that he was operating a prostitution business out of a Maryland hotel, authorities said yesterday."

"Eldorado Mills, who joined the force in 1990, was arrested by undercover Prince George's County police officers early Saturday. Mills, 41, was released on his own recognizance pending trial." ...

"The officers left, called other police to the scene and raided the rooms. Police said they recovered Mills's police-issued pistol from a holster on the officer's hip." ...
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Submitter's Question: So will Officer Mills face sentence enhancements for 'using' a firearm in the course of a felony?
 

LA: Board denies ex-cop clemency
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"The state Pardon Board again denied clemency Monday for Jan Porretto, a former New Orleans police officer who was convicted of killing a Kenner doctor and beating the victim's wife in 1979." ...

"Porretto last appeared before the board in 1997, when it voted 3-0 to deny clemency. In 1993, the board had recommended releasing him from prison, but then-Gov. Edwin Edwards refused to give his approval."

"Monday's decision came on a 5-0 vote despite pleas on Porretto's behalf from retired homicide detectives of the New Orleans Police Department and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office. They cited discrepancies in the trial evidence against Porretto." ...

"... Ballistics tests showed that Bohmfalk had been shot with Porretto's police pistol, and Joan Bohmfalk identified him in a photo lineup." ...
 

Russia: Police Say Army Loses Many Guns
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"Nearly half of the thousands of guns that have been reported as lost or stolen were issued to the military, a senior police official said Tuesday, calling for tougher gun penalties."

"As of Dec. 1, a total of 178,000 weapons had been reported as missing. The figure includes 66,600 guns and pistols, 2,000 automatic rifles and 71 rocket launchers, said Alexander Trudov, head of the Interior Ministry's criminal investigations department."

"He said the ministry's centralized database shows 31,000 guns belonging to the Defense Ministry have been reported as lost or stolen, and many have ended up in criminal hands."

""'This is connected not only with military operations but also with poor security at its arsenals,' Trudov said, Interfax reported." ...
 

Sweden: Twins Swap Clothes to Free Felon from Jail
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"A man has escaped from a Swedish jail after switching clothes with his identical twin brother, officials said Tuesday."

"The two 18-year-olds were left alone in a detention cell on Monday after one of them had just been sentenced to 10 months in a reformatory school for assault and robbery."

"The convict walked free from the jail after switching clothes and pretending to be his brother."

"His brother then told wardens they now had the wrong man and his true identity was confirmed by fingerprinting. He was arrested for aiding a felon, but was also released a few hours later. He may face charges."

"'We were quite simply duped. They are probably having a good laugh somewhere right now,' said Lars-Ake Pettersson, head of the jail in Kronoberg in Stockholm." ...
 

IL: Oak Lawn aims to curb gun mishaps
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Oak Lawn police officers took to the streets last weekend, handing out free gunlocks. The proactive move was spurred by the death of 17-year-old Marisol Garcia."

"Garcia was shot in the chest when her boyfriend pulled the trigger of what he thought was an unloaded shotgun, according to police."

"Oak Lawn Police Chief Bob Smith believed the incident on Nov. 5 could have been avoided, so he contacted Project ChildSafe to help him in a crusade to prevent similar deaths from occurring."

"Project ChildSafe is a non-profit group that promotes safe firearm handling and storage. The group is supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice and distributes free gunlocks nationwide." ...
 

SD: Teenager keeping passion for hunting alive
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"Though a 2003 accident robbed Brock Abeln of his ability to walk the fields, carry a gun and fire it with his finger, his paralysis was unable to steal the thrill of the deer hunt from the 19-year-old's soul."

"Abeln is back at hunting. But now the quadriplegic uses his breath to trip the trigger. And he got his buck this fall."

"'I probably shoot better now than before,' Abeln said with a grin, quickly attributing at least some of his success to the sophisticated technology of the sleek, silver rifle that mounts on his wheelchair."

""'It's amazingly accurate,' he said."

"The $1,500 rifle has no stock. Instead, a lever protrudes near Abeln's face. He uses his chin to push the lever, thus aiming the gun." ...
 

WI: Seized weapons help new hunters learn about guns
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"The state Department of Natural Resources is giving new hunters more hands-on experience with guns, thanks to a program that sends firearms confiscated from criminals to the agency."

"The DNR has picked up 99 rifles and shotguns so far this year through the program, double what it collected in 2003. Before that, the DNR got just a handful of guns a year through the program."

"Under the program, new hunters are able to handle, and in some cases fire, five types of guns, giving the students a chance to understand the differences between, say, bolt-action and pump-action shotguns. Classes are required for all hunters born after Jan. 1, 1973." ...
 

NY: Lucky's Kin, 82, In Mob Plot
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Most octogenarians who head to Florida seek warmth and relaxation, but not the 82-year-old nephew of infamous gangster Charles "Lucky" Luciano — this snowbird migrated to the sunshine state to buy guns for the mob.
Anthony "Tony L." Lucania admitted yesterday that he traveled to Deerfield Beach, Fla., this year to buy 16 handguns as part of a scheme to resell the firearms on the streets of New York for a profit.

The white-haired reputed wiseguy didn't fall far from the tree.

Lucania's notoriously ruthless uncle is credited with creating the American Mafia as it exists today and headed the crime family known as Genovese.

In entering his guilty plea in Brooklyn federal court, Lucania agreed to serve up to 2 1/4 years behind bars.
 

PA: Philadelphia man indicted for stealing guns
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"A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted a Philadelphia man for pistol-whipping a 73-year-old Palmer Township gun shop owner and stealing 48 guns from the store in March."

"The U.S. Attorney's office in Philadelphia said Frank Berryman, 25, of Flanders Road, faces a minimum seven-year prison sentence, with a possibility of life in prison. The eight-count indictment is part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, which carries stiffer penalties."

"The indictment states that on March 9, Berryman and three others, who are not named in the indictment, drove from Philadelphia to John's Gun and Tackle Shop, 2604 Freemansburg Ave." ...
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Submitter's Note: But if he needed guns, why didn't he just buy them at a gun show?
 

CA: Council delays vote on gun club
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"Bending under the threat of a lawsuit from a gun club, the City Council on Monday postponed a vote on a plan that would force the longtime establishment to move in 18 months."

"Owners of the San Gabriel Valley Gun Club threatened to sue the city if the council voted to change zoning codes on the property on Fish Canyon Road at the base of the Angeles National Forest."

"City Council members said they will meet with representatives of the 58-year-old gun club to hash out a deal. The council will consider the plan at its Jan. 18 meeting." ...
 

NJ: Any way you add it up, gun buyback works
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"We agree with Cumberland County Prosecutor Ronald Casella: Last weekend's holiday gun buyback was a success."

"It was successful because 165 firearms, including 49 handguns, were taken out of circulation. It was a success because the potential saving of even one life is well worth the $50 cost the Prosecutor's Office paid for each firearm turned in."

"Some people have complained that these buyback programs don't work, that many of the weapons are old and obsolete and do nothing to get handguns out of the hands of criminals and violent individuals."

"While it's true that those who hand over their guns for money aren't likely to be those who use them in violent acts, this program is the least intrusive way to get guns out of our homes and off our streets without stepping on individual and constitutional rights." ...
 

TX: Texans who want to buy a gun must undergo a series of brief background checks
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"Texans who want to buy a gun must undergo a series of brief background checks. Here is a step-by-step look at the process."

"The customer must fill out a questionnaire that asks for personal information such as name, birthdate and address. It also asks whether they fall into a number of prohibited categories, such as whether they've been committed to a mental institution, dishonorably discharged from the military or convicted of a felony."

"If the customer writes 'yes' in any box, he or she may not buy the gun."

"If the customer writes 'no' in each box, the dealer must call, fax or e-mail the information to the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System."

"The FBI then runs the customer's name through databases that list people who are prohibited from buying guns." ...
 

MT: State’s gun laws explained
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"The title of Gary Marbut’s 'Gun Laws of Montana' is under-inclusive. The gun laws are there, all right, but the book has a number of other features you wouldn’t know about from the title."

"...a useful chapter on firearms security, another on 'Kids and Guns,' and another with specific guidelines for instructing children on gun safety."

"...pay close attention to the chapter entitled 'Allowable Uses of Lethal Force,' a summary of the law and principles of self-defense."

"Political junkies will be drawn toward the portion of the book called 'Legislative Tales.' Marbut spends a lot of time at the state Legislature in his capacity as president of the Montana Shooting Sports Association." ...
 

DC: D.C. Police Search for Armed Robbers
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"Streets were closed in parts of downtown Washington for four hours this morning as heavily armed police searched in vain for an armed robber and possible hostages inside a Rite Aid drugstore at the corner of 15th and L Streets NW." ...
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Armed robber? I thought guns were banned in DC?....
 

Brazil: Brazil robbers demand impotence pills
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"Six pistol-toting Brazilian men appeared to have more than cash on their minds when they robbed a drug store in Rio de Janeiro."

"'They specifically demanded that we give them anti-impotence drugs. These drugs and the money was what interested them,' Ailton de Souza, the drugstore manager said."

"On Sunday night, the robbers opened the vault with a blow torch and fled with an equivalent of about $US7,000 in cash and checks, as well as more than 100 boxes containing 400 pills worth about $US2,600 - enough for a two-month sex marathon for each of the six robbers." ...
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Submitter's Note: But guns are banned in Brazil!
 

UK: Shot gran backs ban on weapons
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"THE VICTIM of a vicious air rifle attack has backed a police and council operation to halt the underage sale of offensive weapons."

"Gran-of-13, Wendy McAllister, 57, was shot in the face as she waited at a bus stop on her way home from bingo early last month."

"Despite surgery to remove the pellet, which was dangerously close to her eye, Wendy's face is still bruised and numb - a potentially permanent side effect."

"The Adswood housewife is also still too terrified to venture out alone after dark after being caught in a hail of bullets at the St Thomas' Hospital bus stop." ...
 

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