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Robert Levy: Courts Defend Guns
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Remember S. 1805, the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act? It blocked most gun liability suits in federal and state courts. Back in March, the Senate rejected the bill, 90-8. Even its Republican sponsors turned against it, as did the National Rifle Association. That's because wily opponents had added two "poison pill" amendments -- the most important of which extended the ban on so-called assault weapons. To the pro-gun crowd, killing the assault weapons ban mattered more than killing the lawsuits, so the Senate killed S. 1805." ...

"Ultimately, the message for our judges and legislators is twofold. First, courts must continue to reject bogus claims instigated by anti-gun zealots seeking to circumvent state legislatures. Second, Congress should keep its nose out of state tort law and reaffirm that our national government is one of enumerated, delegated and, therefore, limited powers."
 

Baby Gap How birthrates color the electoral map
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... "The endless gun-control brouhaha, which on the surface appears to be a bitter battle between liberal and conservative whites, also features a cryptic racial angle. What blue-region white liberals actually want is for the government to disarm the dangerous urban minorities that threaten their children’s safety. Red-region white conservatives, insulated by distance from the Crips and the Bloods, don’t care that white liberals’ kids are in peril. Besides, in sparsely populated Republican areas, where police response times are slow and the chances of drilling an innocent bystander are slim, guns make more sense for self-defense than in the cities and suburbs." ...
 

MN: Judge dismisses lion hunter's lawsuit
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"A suit brought against a Twin Cities ammunition manufacturer by a big-game hunter who claimed his injuries from a wounded lion were caused by a defective bullet has been dismissed by a federal judge in Minneapolis."

"Rolf Rohwer of Scotland, who said he had killed more than 100 lions in more than 40 years of hunting, suffered permanent injuries after a lion he shot while on safari in Africa charged him, according to court documents."

"But U.S. District Judge James Rosenbaum rejected Rohwer's argument that the bullet manufactured by Federal Cartridge Co. of Anoka had a defective design or should have carried a warning that it wasn't suitable for stopping a charging lion at close range." ...
 

FL: Appeals panel to hear gun suit
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The murder of Lake Worth Middle School teacher Barry Grunow goes back into court Tuesday, as his widow continues her efforts to hold a gun distributor accountable for selling the gun that killed her husband."

"In a trial closely watched by the firearms industry, a Palm Beach County jury awarded Pam Grunow and her two children $1.2 million in damages in November 2002. The jury found that Sunrise-based gun distributor Valor Corp. was negligent for selling the Raven Arms .25-caliber handgun without additional safety features, such as a trigger lock."

"But jurors rejected the main thrust of the case -- the contention that the Raven Arms was a 'junk' gun and a defective product because it served no legitimate purpose other than for use in crime." ...
 

PA: Local Voices: Criminals need to be banned, not guns
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The letter from Kim Osborn caused me to respond to many comments I have heard or read since the expiration of the assault weapons ban. About the Osborn letter, it’s always good to see young people express responsible opinions, but it’s always disappointing when those opinions are supported by inaccuracies." ...
 

KY: Boy, 11, Shot Among Friends Playing With Gun
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"Police think four friends, ages 10-13, stole a .22-caliber rifle from a neighbor's house and were playing with it on the front porch when one of them was accidentally shot."

"After the shooting, the friends panicked and threw the rifle into a nearby lake, police said. Dive crews recovered the gun. Timothy Cooper, 11, is listed in critical condition at Children's Hospital." ...


"Investigators said the shooting was most likely an accident, but the boys could be charged with the theft of the rifle."

"Officials have not released further information."

"Experts encourage homeowners and parents with guns to get a gunlock." ...
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Submitter's Comment: How about teaching kids not to steal instead?
 

MI: Robbery turns fatal on 8 Mile Road -- When everybody has a gun, armed robbery can be deadly to the thief
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"The victim is on the ground, under an SUV on 8 Mile, with three bullet holes in his chest clustered in a tight pattern, or center mass -- it's the work of somebody with a steady hand, somebody comfortable with a gun." ...

"Thomas and Miller write a preliminary report. They identify the victim as Barrett DeWayne Pettes Jr. The case is assigned to Squad 3, and the investigation lasts several months. It is ruled self-defense. Bales is not charged, and the case is closed."

"Bales is certain the shooting has hurt his business: 'I don't know how it couldn't in the long run. I don't hear from the people who don't come in. It's like lightning, it might never happen again, but it might happen tomorrow. It could happen anywhere.'" ...
 

NY: Fatal Shooting in Webster Was Self-Defense
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Police say a fight led to the fatal shooting of a Fairport man early Sunday morning.

Police say Jeffrey Morrison, 43, was shot once in the chest by Donald Krahling, 50, of Rochester, on Birch Lane in Webster around 1:30 a.m.

Morrison was taken to Rochester General Hospital and pronounced dead.

Police believe the men may have been fighting over the woman who lives at the Birch Lane residence.

Krahling was not arrested. The gun he used was legally registered and police believe he shot Morrison in self-defense.

The case will be reviewed by a grand jury.
 

IL: Resident captures intruder
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"Leonard Gamage is sore today, which is understandable since he spent more than 45 minutes fighting off an intruder late Friday."

"Gamage, 87, suffered some bumps and bruises in a pair of fights with the intruder, who is an unidentified 20-year man. Leonard told the Journal he does feel good about still having the ability to defend his home." ...

"'I was finally able to get my hands on one of the guns and hit him in the back with the gun stock,' Gamage said. 'That's when he looked at me and said 'I'm going to get you.'" ...

"... 'When he said he was still going to get me, I realized this was serious. I shot him in the left foot. It hit him in the arch and he screamed and started jumping around like a chicken with his head cut off.'" ...
 

FL: Robber sees victim's gun, runs away [First story on page]
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A would-be robber picked the wrong victim in Pembroke Pines.

Pedro Diaz drove up to an ATM at the Washington Mutual bank in the 300 block of South Flamingo Road in Pembroke Pines about 10:30 p.m. Nov. 24.

While he waited for his money, a man wearing black clothing and a black ski mask approached him from the rear of his car and yelled, ``Give me your money.'

The robber placed his hand in his jacket as though pointing a gun at Diaz.

Diaz, who works at the Federal Detention Center in Miami and who was wearing a police uniform, drew his weapon, a Glock 23, and loaded a round into the chamber.

The robber ran to a white 2002 Pontiac Grand Am driven by another man.

He was not found during the police search that followed.
 

TN: 5 of 7 hit with Tasers were not violent
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"In the first three weeks of their expanded use, Metro police used their Tasers to gain compliance from uncooperative and mostly nonviolent people, according to reports filed by officers."

"Metro's early experience raises many of the same questions that have been debated nationally: Whether the electronic immobilization device is a valuable option for reducing injuries or a tool that is easily abused in situations where force could be avoided altogether."

"A Tennessean review of police reports for the first seven people shocked with Tasers since 45 stun guns were distributed to officers on the streets of Nashville last month, showed that:

• All seven were black men between the ages of 17 and 32.

• Five were unarmed" ...
 

TN: Troubles mounted for accused cop
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... "[19 year police veteran] Tate, 37, is in federal custody, in a cell by himself in Mason, Tenn., awaiting trial on a range of corruption charges."

"He is accused of taking bribes to alert topless nightclubs when raids were coming, of ferrying prostitutes to high rollers at Tunica casinos and of protecting couriers taking Ecstasy and methamphetamine to a buyer in Tunica."

"The prostitutes, couriers and buyer were all undercover FBI agents."

"Tate and three others were also charged with conspiring to burglarize professional wrestler Jerry 'The King' Lawler's East Memphis house. Their plan was recorded by the FBI on a tape in which Tate expresses no hesitancy to use deadly force." ...
 

CT: Officer's son charged with displaying pistol
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"The 17-year-old Norwalk resident who allegedly impersonated a police officer in September was arrested by Fairfield police yesterday for brandishing a pistol during a street fight there in August, police said."

"Russell 'Rusty' Ouellette turned himself in to Fairfield police yesterday, one day after Norwalk police charged him with driving through the city in a used police cruiser illegally outfitted with sirens."

"Norwalk police said Rusty's father, 44-year-old Russell Ouellette, who is a Norwalk police officer, helped his son attach and remove the emergency lights." [emphasis added]...
 

GA: Video Details Controversial Arrest
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... "Atlanta Police Internal Affairs investigators are still reviewing whether the officer on the video used unnecessary force." ...

"The video shows Atlanta police officer Terrance Alexander pull her from the driver's seat and carry her to the back of her SUV, where it appears he lifts her up and flips her over." ...

"... When he ordered her to keep moving, she says she had to back up her vehicle to avoid the truck parked in front of her."

"That's when Officer Alexander claims she intentionally hit him with her side view mirror."

"But after reviewing the video, police supervisors decided to let Barnes go free without pressing charges." ...
 

MA: Bandit buffoon learns painful lesson in BB etiquette
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"D'oh!"

"That's what Manuel Teixeira, 25, of Dorchester must be saying to himself today, as he contemplates the criminal charges of armed assault with intent to rob and assault and battery on a police officer he is now facing - not to mention what a fool he's made of himself." ...

"'I was able to make some observations. I determined it was a BB gun,' Canto said. Then he turned off his car. 'I told him, 'Y'know what, you're not going to rob me with a BB gun.'" ...

"Canto said Teixeira is lucky Canto wasn't carrying his own handgun, because the BB gun was realistic enough that he might have shot Teixeira before he figured out it was a toy."
 

France: French Police Misplace Explosives on Jet
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"Police at Paris' top airport lost track of a passenger's bag in which plastic explosives were placed to train bomb-sniffing dogs, police said Saturday. Warned that the bag may have gotten on any of nearly 90 flights from Charles de Gaulle, authorities searched planes upon arrival in Los Angeles and New York."

"French police said the explosives were harmless and there was no chance of their going off, since no detonators were connected to them."

"More than 300 passengers were evacuated and their luggage searched when their Air France flight from Charles de Gaulle arrived in Los Angeles late Friday the U.S. Transportation Security Administration said." ...
 

NC: Jacksonville officer convicted of assault involving co-worker
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"A Jacksonville police officer Friday was found guilty in Onslow County District Court of assaulting a female co-worker in January."

"District Court Judge Joseph Blick sentenced officer James Gamel, 52, of Pine Valley Road, to 60 days in jail, which was suspended, and ordered him to pay a $50 fine as well as $1,351 in restitution to Daisy Smith, 59, of Seminole Trail, to cover medical bills. Gamel also was ordered to not have any contact with Smith."

"Blick's decision came after about an hour of testimony from several police officers as well as Smith who claimed that Gamel assaulted her on Jan. 14. Gamel's attorney, Walter Vatcher, gave notice of appeal." ...
 

TX: Guns, ammunition taken from police officer
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"An Austin Community College police officer is jailed after airport security workers confiscated a half-dozen guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition."

"Maisule Aji Kurugu was arrested last month after a scan of his checked baggage as he was flying from Austin to Memphis, Tenn., federal court documents show."

"Kurugu, 42, of Austin, remained in federal custody Sunday at a private detention center in Taylor in lieu of bail."

"According to an affidavit, Transportation Security Administration screeners failed to detect the weapons before the flight left Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, although they had found a handgun in another of the man's bags. Also in the bags were 612 rounds of ammunition." ...
 

India: Head Constable hit by accidental firing [read: negligent discharge]
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A Delhi Police Head Constable was accidentally hit by a bullet in his stomach while "checking" a pistol after taking charge of a PCR Van near National Museum here tonight, police said.

Head Constable Dharambir Singh was immediately taken to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital where he was stated to be out of danger, they said.

The incident occurred at around 8 pm when Singh was checking the pistol as usual after taking charge of PCR Van Victor-13, permanently stationed near National Museum.
 

Philippines: Cop nabbed for indiscriminate firing
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"An alleged drunken policeman assigned at the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) was arrested on Saturday evening after he allegedly fired his firearm and attempted to elude apprehension in Parañaque City." ...

"At around 7 p.m. of Dec. 4, the three men boarded [Officer] Magtibay’s white Mazda vehicle ... their vehicle allegedly beat the red light signal and was flagged down by local traffic enforcer Renaldo Galang, 40, of Barangay San Dionisio."

"Magtibay allegedly became irritated with Galang and pulled out a .9mm pistol and indiscriminately fired it before escaping toward the northbound direction. Galang called the Philippine National Police (PNP) Patrol 117 and asked for assistance." ...
 

TX: Presentation: Women's safety program offered [fourth item on page]
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The Second Amendment Academy at Montgomery College will sponsor a presentation on "Women's Personal Safety for the Holidays and Beyond," 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday. The program will be in Building B, Room 102 (Teaching Theater). Donna Vandermolen, a local firearms expert and competitive shooter, will be the speaker.

Montgomery College is located at 3200 College Park, a half-mile west of Interstate 45, between Conroe and The Woodlands.
 

WI: These toy guns have genuine appeal
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"It sounds as harmless as a baby's favorite plush animal."

"But the growing popularity of Airsoft-style toy guns is prompting police to warn parents this holiday shopping season: This is one gift that could backfire."

The gun look-alike is so realistic that some police officers have pulled their own weapons in self-defense before realizing they were looking at a children's toy.

"'Any cop who is properly trained is going to assume that it's a real weapon,' Muskego police Lt. John LaTour said. 'Parents have to know what their children are getting into.'"

"Retailers have posted warnings and taken steps to keep Airsoft products away from children, sometimes even refusing sales to anyone under 18." ...
 

ID: Indoor shooting range debuts
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"The lead will be flying today at the opening of the area's most modern and complete indoor shooting range."

Center Target Sports, 3295 E. Mullan, will hold a grand opening today and Sunday to introduce the new 15-lane range and retail store to the public. Owners Ed and Peggy Santos invited members of area chambers of commerce in on Thursday night for a preview tour of the 15,500-square-foot, $2.2 million facility."

"'I've been dreaming about this for 15 years,' Ed Santos said. 'It feels like an eternity.'" ...
 

NY: Queens Family Arrested for Having Weapons Cache
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Several members of a Queens family are under arrest after police find a cache of weapons in their apartment.

Police say they stopped 45-year-old Stephen Malony for speeding and arrested him for allegedly carrying a loaded gun.

Police then checked his apartment and say they found 26 more hand guns, eight rifles, two shotguns, three stun guns, ammunition and several swords.

Maloney's wife and two brothers are also under arrest.
 

Australia: Hospital workers learn to hit back
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"QUEENSLAND nurses and doctors are learning to defend themselves."

"They are being taught the techniques to combat an alarming number of attacks by patients and visitors."

"Martial arts and self-defence experts are teaching staff how to disable an armed attacker, block punches and kicks, and use pressure point techniques to subdue an aggressor."

"They are also learning how to control their fear and defuse potentially explosive situations."

"Queensland Health introduced the courses in the wake of staff concern about increasing workplace violence."

"The Sunday Mail revealed this year that hundreds of doctors, nurses and administrative workers were being assaulted, abused and threatened each month." ...
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Submitter's Note: So many disarmed victims of victim disarmament.
 

Australia: Hospital guards get pepper spray
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"ROYAL Perth Hospital security guards will be armed with pepper spray in the new year after the hospital recorded more than 80 violent incidents in 2004."

"It is understood they will be the first public hospital security guards in the country to have the sprays, which can target individuals without affecting others."

"On top of physical violence at the hospital, security officers attended more than 900 incidents which included verbal abuse, aggressive behaviour or patient restraint."

"RPH security manager Kevin Thair said officers needed to defend themselves if they were physically threatened or assaulted."

"Police and the Health Services Union, which represents the guards, support the move." ...
 

New Zealand: Franks to beef up Self-defence Bill
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"The unwillingness of Justice Minister Phil Goff to even talk about restoring practical self-defence rights and developments in Britain, have prompted plans by ACT Justice spokesman Stephen Franks to strengthen his reforms to block prosecutions of people who defend their own property."

"'I'm encouraged by yesterday's plain speaking of Britain's top cop, Sir John Stevens, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner. He agrees that people who defend their families and property should only face prosecution over injuries to intruders in 'extreme circumstances', where they could be shown to have used gratuitous violence.'" ...
 

UK: Tories back burglar defence bill
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"Plans to give householders the right to fight back against burglars without fear of prosecution are being backed by the Conservatives."

"They say the current law which allows people to use 'reasonable force' to defend themselves is 'unclear'."

"The Tories will try to change the law so that cases cannot be brought against those defending themselves unless they use "grossly disproportionate" force."

"Tory security spokesman Patrick Mercer is to table a private member's bill."

"The news comes just days after the Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir John Stevens said people should be able to use 'necessary force' against burglars who enter their homes." ...
 

Australia: Students armed: weapons of choice
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"STUDENTS as young as 10 are using knives, real bullets, replica pistols and even scissors as weapons in violent school incidents, The Daily Telegraph can reveal."

"There was even one accidental shooting involving a real pistol and the case of a 14-year-old student who bought a pre-mixed explosive device to school and ignited it."

"A Freedom of Information request to the NSW Department of Education and Training has found dozens of incidents involving knives and weapons were investigated by police at the state's schools in the past year." ...
 

UK: Householders invited to pull the trigger
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"Sir John Stevens, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, says the law should be changed to allow householders to use 'necessary' rather than 'reasonable' force to defend their homes (leader, Dec 4). But such a change would, most probably, swing the balance away from the householder."

"It is easy to imagine circumstances in which a jury might conclude that the force used was reasonable, but unnecessary. In the case of Tony Martin, many argued that it was reasonable for Mr Martin to shoot the burglar dead, although he was running away at the time. I suspect that fewer would argue that it was necessary. More generally, what if a householder could retreat into a secure room to escape from the intruder? It would not then be necessary to attack the intruder, but it would still be, as recognised by the law, reasonable to do so if he was invading your home." ...
 

Canada: Calgary shop sues Glock over gunshot
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"A Tac-team cop who was accidentally shot in the right knee is suing the makers of the Calgary Police Service-issue Glock pistols. In a statement of claim filed in Court of Queen's Bench, Const. Thomas Marston says his holstered service weapon discharged Dec. 6, 2002, while he got out of his police vehicle."

"'Const. Marston was opening the passenger door to the vehicle ... when the pistol discharged suddenly and without warning, wounding (him) in the right knee,' the lawsuit says."

"'Const. Marston was not attempting to fire the pistol when it discharged and had his right hand on the vehicle's door,' says the claim, a copy of which was obtained yesterday by the Sun." ...
 

UK: Dragnet For Bank Assassin
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"POLICE set up roadblocks in Nairn yesterday - exactly a week after the mystery murder of local bank boss Alistair Wilson. CID and uniformed officers were out in force bidding to jog locals' memories of last Sunday evening when a killer gunned down the 30-year-old father- of-two on his doorstep."

"Detectives admit they are no closer to finding a motive."

"Chief Inspector Peter MacPhee, who is leading the manhunt, said he hoped the major operation carried out between 6pm and 8.30pm last night would glean information and vital evidence."

"He said: 'We're trying to identify people who were in the area at this time last Sunday.'"

"'They may have seen something that is of interest to us, but have not thought it important.'" ...
 

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