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OR: Police: 10-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his sister
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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HERMISTON, Ore. (AP) - A 12-year-old Hermiston girl was killed, apparently by her 10-year-old brother handling a shotgun, authorities said.

 

CA: Man in Santa hat pulls gun on church workers
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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RIVERSIDE, CA - A man wearing a Santa hat while selling Christmas gifts pulled a gun on workers at Mt. Rubidoux Seventh-day Adventist Church on Thursday afternoon after they rejected his sales pitch.

 

KS: Scott City hunter's curiosity benefits gun users far and wide
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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SCOTT CITY - What began as the desire to improve one man's goose hunting is now helping thousands of sportsmen. Mike See's Patternmaster choke tubes are currently sold in all 50 states and seven foreign countries.

 

Australia: 'Gunplay' gets lads into strife
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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IT'S a sign of the times. Two teenage boys – one seemingly holding a gun to the head of his playmate – sent shockwaves through a usually quiet suburb of North Toowoomba, on Christmas night.

 

UK: Prince William goes huntin', shootin' and textin'
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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While the rest of his family entered into the spirit of a Royal shooting party, Prince William appeared to be in a world of his own.

 

IN: Police: Shooting Suspect Claims Self-Defense In Man's Death
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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A person claimed self-defense as a reason for fatally shooting a man on the city's south side Friday night, police said.

 

Botched Raids Not Rare, Reason Magazine
Submitted by: Doug Huffman
Website: http://www.scfirearms.org

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After taking a year to research and write a paper for the Cato Institute on the proliferation of forced-entry, paramilitary-style raids, I'm sorry to say Johnston is just one of at least 40 innocent people killed in botched raids over the last 20 years in America. Worse, there are dozens more cases of low-level offenders, bystanders �- and police officers killed or injured.

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Even assuming that the police in the Johnston case are telling the truth and the informant is lying ... Atlanta police still then concede that they conducted a high-stakes, forced-entry raid on a private residence, based solely on the word of an informant they now say is a liar and a career criminal. That's a terrifying thought.
 

LA: Children learn gun safety
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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The pops of .22 rifles firing and the pings of shells hitting concrete a second later filled the brisk air on a recent Saturday.
 

PA: Attorney seeks minimal time for convicted gun dealer
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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SHARON, Pa. The attorney for a western Pennsylvania man who pleaded guilty in October to possessing a gun while addicted to drugs wants his client to face no more time than necessary.

 

Justice Dept. Database Stirs Privacy Fears
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"The Justice Department is building a massive database that allows state and local police officers around the country to search millions of case files from the FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration and other federal law enforcement agencies, according to Justice officials."

"The system, known as 'OneDOJ,' already holds approximately 1 million case records. ... The files include investigative reports, criminal-history information, details of offenses, and the names, addresses and other information of criminal suspects or targets, officials said." [emphasis added] ...

"Eventually, the department hopes, the database will be a central mechanism for sharing federal law enforcement information with local and state investigators, who now run checks individually, and often manually, with Justice's five main law enforcement agencies: the FBI, the DEA, the U.S. Marshals Service, the Bureau of Prisons and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives." ...
 

NRA attacks animal rights, "illegal alien gangs," other boogeymen in graphic publication
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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The National Rifle Association has released an illustrated hit list of groups it is positioning against as it ironically scaremongers about "Freedom in Peril." In conjunction with recent government green scare repression and the work of corporate PR front groups like the Orwellianly-named Center for Consumer Freedom, the NRA has taken its cue to pile on environmental and animal activists in its fundraising appeals to "patriots of financial position." From democrats to dark-skinned "illegal alien gangs" to wealthy Jews to Katrina looters to the media (or carnage pornographers), the NRA leaves no potential boogeyman stone unturned. You have to see it to believe it.
 

NY: Shooting team's success highlights 2006 reflections
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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The waning days of any year are a time for reflection, and 2006 is especially personal since this month marks my 40th anniversary in newspapers. It was also a year when two of the area's best handgunners, Gary Shear of Harpursville and Harvie Loomis of Newark Valley, won national recognition as members of the championship 5-man New York Scotto (High Master category) team in the National Open .22 caliber Team Championships at Camp Perry Ohio in July.
 

The Debates in the Federal Convention, of June 04, 1787
Submitted by: GunShowOnTheNet.com
Website: http://gunshowonthenet.com/index.html

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"...We must introduce the Checks, which will destroy the measures of an interested majority . . . . for the safety of a minority in Danger of oppression from an unjust and interested majority..."

"...Judges will have the expounding of those Laws when they come before them; and they will no doubt stop the operation of such as shall appear repugnant to the constitution..."

"...This invincible principle is to be found in the love, the affection, the attachment of the citizens to their laws, to their freedom, and to their country. Every husbandman will be quickly converted into a soldier when he knows and feels that he is to fight not in defence of the rights of a particular family, or a prince, but for his own..."
 

MO: Courthouse Deals With Stun Gun Incident
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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The Jackson County Courthouse may soon tighten its security policies after a man carried a stun gun past guards last week in Independence, KMBC's Micheal Mahoney reported Tuesday.
 

NJ: Uncle: Hoboken student killed in gun accident
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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CARTERET - Julio Camacho fell asleep early on Christmas Eve, knowing his family was together and happy. They had just celebrated his mother's 89th birthday, and were looking towards unwrapping gifts and a big dinner at his Middlesex County home.

 

Germany: It's Christmas Eve: taxi driver to thief
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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A German taxi driver who shouted, "Oh, for Christ's sake, it's Christmas Eve!" when a robber put a gun to his head scared the thief away.
 

IN: Parents say fatal shooting was not self-defense
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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MUNCIE -- While East Central Indiana celebrated Christmas on Monday, Muncie's Pat and Bruce Mills continued to mourn their 30-year-old son, who died Saturday morning of gunshot wounds.

 

FL: Man Claims Self-Defense In Shooting
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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Orange County homicide detectives are talking to witnesses and searching for clues after a man said he had to use deadly force to protect himself and his girlfriend.

 

Israel: Taxi driver wounded by own gun during hijacking
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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An Israeli taxi driver was moderately wounded on Tuesday by a stray bullet when two Palestinian passengers attempted to hijack his car.

 

Mexico: Gun-toting priest sings for social causes
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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CHUCÁNDIRO, Mexico. - This jolly 240-pound man isn´t dressed in red, and he doesn´t rely on reindeer to pull a sled. Instead, he drives a pickup and packs a .38 pistol as he delivers toys.
 

Gun control: After the storm
Submitted by: Joe Waldron

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When righting yourself after a downturn in life, it is best to first take an honest inventory to understand how your own actions influenced the outcome. It may seem emotionally easier to blame outside influences, but professional victims do not expend any effort to improve their lot in life, expecting somebody else to straighten things out instead. This runs counter to liberty, where personal freedom is reflected by an equal amount of personal responsibility. So we need to see exactly where we stand before we plan our recovery from the 2006 elections.

 

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