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VIN: Office shooting reveals the folly of gun control
Submitted by: Vin's Take on Mucko

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"Perhaps Mr. McDermott's dead victims will be gratified to learn he's now in jail ... though I doubt it. Virtually every firearm in the Bay State must now (by law) be registered, the most noticeable affect of that law to date being that the commonwealth's law enforcement agents are now months or even years behind in processing all those hampers full of registrations and requests for registration. More than a year ago they complained that without federal help and manpower..."

Amtrak cop hailed as hero
Submitted by: Paul Williams

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The Amtrak investigator heard two shots behind him.

He waited for blood to run down his face.

But the shots hadn't come from the gunman holding a .40-caliber Glock pistol to the back of his head in Union Station. They were fired by a federal agent who had come to his rescue and killed the gunman.

Those are some of the new details of heroism emerging from the harrowing gun battle Dec. 12 during a standoff between three law enforcement officers and two gunmen.

Shopkeeper pulls gun to fend off robbers
Submitted by: Alfred A. Hambidge, Jr.

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Another one for the Good Guys:
79 year old store owner pulls his pistol and fires
four shots after being sprayed with "mace-like"
substance and having a shotgun pointed at him,
sending the robbers running.

The saddest epitaph which can be carved in memory of a vanished liberty is that it was lost because its possessors failed to stretch forth a saving hand while yet there was time. JUSTICE GEORGE SUTHERLAND (1938)

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