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CCRKBA Applauds Ohio House Override, Urges Gun Owners to Call Senators
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today congratulated the Ohio House of Representatives for their courageous 71-21 vote to override the veto of concealed carry reform legislation by Gov. Bob Taft."

"CCRKBA Executive Director Joe Waldron immediately urged Buckeye State gun owners to start calling their state senators to let them know the time has come to reform the state's complicated carry statute."

"'Ohioans have been living with a concealed carry law that has not made much sense since it took effect,' Waldron said, 'but it was a step in the right direction. The current legislation is another big leap ... The House has taken a responsible course, and now it is up to the State Senate ..." ...
 

Group Takes D.C. Gun Laws to Court
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A lawsuit challenging the District's strict gun laws is being heard in the D.C. Court of Appeals on Thursday."

"Six D.C. residents - sponsored by the Cato Institute - say being unable to own handguns for personal use is a violation of the Second Amendment and are appealing a previous court decision."

"The group lost their fight in a U.S. District Court in February, 2005."

"Dennis Hannigan, legal director for the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, says he believes the group will lose their appeal."

"If the group wins, 'it would be the first federal appeals court to strike down a gun law on Second Amendment grounds, in history,' Hannigan says." ...
 

Scope of 2nd Amendment questioned in case on handgun ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The District of Columbia is using a different tactic to defend its ban on carrying guns."

"Attorneys told a federal appeals court today that the Second Amendment protecting the right to bear arms applies only to militias and not to individuals packing heat."

"D-C's solicitor general told a three-judge panel today that the Second Amendment should be interpreted on military terms."

"But at least one judge challenged that position. Judge Laurence Silberman said that view didn't even come up until the middle of the 20th century."

"But he joined another judge in questioning whether the right to bear arms is even needed if a 'well-regulated militia' from colonial times is no longer needed." ...
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Submitter's Note: And since we have TV and the internet, newspapers are 'no longer needed' so we can get rid of the first amendment, right?
 

U.N. OKs Weapons Trade Treaty Resolution
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Over U.S. objections, the U.N. General Assembly approved a resolution Wednesday that could lead to the first international treaty on controlling the trade in assault rifles, machine guns and other small arms."

"The nonbinding resolution asks the secretary-general to seek the views of the 192-member General Assembly on the feasibility of a comprehensive treaty 'establishing common international standards for the import, export and transfer of conventional arms.'"

"Global trade in small arms is worth about $4 billion a year, of which a fourth is considered illegal. The arms cause 60 percent to 90 percent of all deaths in conflicts every year." ...
 

Letters of Delegates to Congress, Nathan Dane to Melancton Smith, July 3. 1788
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"...The Constitution of the United States is now established by the people of ten States, and a day of course must soon be fixed, when all proceedings under the Confederation shall cease. . . . will it not be clearly for their interest and happiness, as well as for the interest and happiness of all the union to adopt the Constitution proposing such amendments as they may think essential...."

"...Admitting that Rhode Island,*(See footnote), New York, and North Carolina all withhold their assent to the Constitution, and propose similar amendments...."

"...Seventeenth. That the People have a right to keep and hear arms; that a well regulated militia, including the body of the People...."
 

Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation Posts Record Second Quarter Sales
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation ... today announced financial results for the second fiscal quarter ended October 31, 2006."

"Sales for the quarter ended October 31, 2006 of $50.8 million were 42.9% higher than revenue of $35.5 million for the comparable quarter last year. Firearms sales of $47.8 million for the second quarter of fiscal 2007 grew 43.9% over firearms sales of $33.2 million for the comparable quarter last year and reflected an 87.4% increase in Smith & Wesson pistol sales and a 44.5% increase in Walther pistol sales." ...
 

Black powder shotguns catch on in popularity
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Omer Church carefully measures two scoops of black powder and pours them down the barrels of his shotgun."

"He follows the explosive grains with a series of wads and shot and taps them all down with a ramrod. After placing a percussion firing cap under each hammer, he's ready to shoot."

"'The only difference between that and a modern-day double barrel is you can load (the modern-day gun) faster,' he says. 'They are just as deadly as the modern-day 12-gauge.'" ...
 

More Judges Packing Pistols in Courtrooms
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Despite increased security at courthouses following shootings in Chicago and Atlanta about one year ago, many judges are bringing their own guns into their courtrooms for protection."

"Earlier this month, a Florida judge was ordered to accept mentoring after warning a defense attorney that he was 'locked and loaded.' In May, a judicial ethics committee of the New York State Unified Court System found that it was ethical for a judge to carry a pistol into his courtroom."

"In Nevada, Oklahoma and Texas, incidences of violence in the past year have prompted new laws or solidified rules allowing judges to bring guns into courtrooms." ...
 

TN: Intruder shot, killed by homeowner
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Intruder Thomas Tyrone Howery was shot and killed late Wednesday night during a home invasion on Woodale Drive.

According to a press release from the Clarksville Police Department's Major Crimes unit, a resident in 400 block of Woodale Drive called the E-911 center shortly after 11 p.m. to report shooting the intruder in the head.

When officers arrived at the home, Howery, 30, was found dead on the rear deck of the residence.

Agent Kelly Darland of the Clarksville Police Department Major Crimes Unit is investigating this incident, and if anyone has information he can be reached at 648-0656 ext. 4004.
 

TX: Homeowner Shoots Burglar Who Returns For Second Try
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"A homeowner takes matters into his own hands after he says a man tried to break into his home for the second time off Hunters Glenn on the northeast side."

"His wife saw the man in her home during the first burglary."

"'When I walked into the door, I heard strange noises in the back of the house,' Oralia Herrera told NEWS 4 WOAI's Aubrey Mika."

"'He had his jacket covering his face. He kept telling me, 'Give me your money!' And I kept yelling, 'Don't hurt me, don't hurt me!'"

"That man ran away, but hours later, Herrera got a call from her husband."

"'Gilbert called me and told me the guy had come back and he had shot him.'"

"He shot him in the leg after the thief woke him from an afternoon nap." ...
 

OK: No Charges Filed In October Creek County Triple Shooting
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"The Creek County district attorney has decided not to file charges in an October triple shooting that killed one man and wounded two other people." ...

"19-year old Diane Cloud says she, her brother Dakota and a friend were leaving, when Vanmeter came out of his house and shot them all, killing Dakota. Investigators say Vanmeter told them he was acting in self-defense."

"Creek County DA Max Cook: 'The decision has been made not to file any charges ... based upon the information we have, he was in his house, people were trying to break in.'"

"Cook says this is supported by evidence and witnesses at the scene and that the shooting falls under Oklahoma's ‘Make My Day’ law. Cloud says Vanmeter's life was never in danger." ...
 

NY: New York City sues 3 Georgia gun dealers, 9 elsewhere
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The city is suing a dozen more out-of-state gun shops, including three in Georgia, that it says are responsible for many of the illegal weapons that end up in New York City - a tactic that has already prompted six dealers to settle and allow scrutiny of their sales and inventory."

"Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Thursday that the court has appointed the former head of the Enron Task Force, Andrew Weissmann, to monitor some of the businesses that settled their suits. They are among the initial group of 15 shops targeted by the city several months ago."

"The Georgia shops are Gwinnett Pawn Shop in Norcross; Hot Shots Jewelry & Pawn in Marietta, and Toccoa Pawn & Variety in Toccoa." ...
 

PA: Armed Prowler Disrupts Life on Pa. Main Line, Demonstrating that Gun Violence Should Be Everyone's Concern Says CeaseFire PA
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"In the wee hours of the morning on Wednesday, Dec. 6, the quiet suburban community of Radnor Township was rudely awakened by SWAT teams and helicopters searching for an armed prowler who fired on police to avoid capture when he was spotted lurking in a residential neighborhood. Nearby Villanova University delayed classes for three hours while police searched unsuccessfully for the gunman, and local public schools remained in a state of lockdown throughout the day. ..."

"Robin Valicenti, a director of CeaseFire PA, the Commonwealth's leading organization working to prevent gun violence, who coincidentally lives in the neighborhood, said, 'This morning all our lives were turned upside down, even if just for a few hours. Children were scared, and felt unsafe all day long. ..." ...
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KABA Note: Perhaps if your children knew that Mommy and Daddy could protect them with their own guns they would not "feel unsafe".
 

NY: Mayor Bloomberg announces the filing of second federal lawsuit against irresponsible gun dealers
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Mayor Bloomberg, joined by Corporation Counsel Cardozo, Police Commissioner Kelly and Criminal Justice Coordinator John Feinblatt, today announced that New York City has filed a second lawsuit in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of New York against 12 additional gun dealers identified as selling firearms in violation of federal law. ..." ...
 

NY: McCarthy Meets with Gov. Elect Spitzer to Discuss Agenda
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Today, New York's Governor Elect Eliot Spitzer met with the New York Congressional Delegation to discuss his first-term agenda. A range of issues were discussed that lay out a comprehensive plan for the State of New York. I am very excited to work with Gov. Elect Spitzer in the coming years." ...

"In addition to school safety, Gov. Elect Spitzer expressed his support for HR 1415, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Improvement Act. This legislation will keep guns out of the hands of criminals, making New York safer."

"I look forward to working with Gov. Elect Spitzer in the coming years to keep New York the great state it is today."
 

TN: Smyrna junior expelled for weapons on school grounds
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A Smyrna high school junior was arrested Wednesday after he was caught with a pellet gun and knife on school grounds.

According to Student Resource Officer Supervisor Maj. Bill Kennedy, a teacher suspected a student was carrying a weapon and alerted SRO John Acton, who conducted a search.

The search turned up a pellet gun and a switch blade.

The 17-year-old student reportedly told Officer Acton that the weapons were for “self-defense,” Kennedy stated.

The student was taken into custody and is facing two felony charges for possessing the weapons on school property. He has been expelled from the school for one year.

The student’s parents may petition to have the student placed in an alternative school, Kennedy said.
 

OH: Governor’s Veto of Ohio Statewide Preemption Bill Overridden by State House! (NRA-ILA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With strong support by Speaker of the House Jon Husted (R-37), Governor Bob Taft's (R) veto of House Bill 347 was overridden by the Ohio State House today by a vote of 71-21."

"HB 347, sponsored by Representative Jim Aslanides (R-94), would create statewide preemption ensuring that firearms laws are uniform throughout the state. Currently, 43 states have similar laws across the country. Passing statewide preemption will eliminate problems for all gun owners who have been unduly burdened by local ordinances such as Columbus' so-called 'assault weapons ban'." ...
 

OH: Taft vetoes rewrite of state concealed-carry law
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Gov. Bob Taft this morning made good on his promise to veto a rewrite of Ohio's concealed-carry handgun law, setting up an override vote in the Ohio House this afternoon."

"Taft opposes the section of the bill that wipes out about 80 local gun laws, including the Columbus assault weapons ban. The bill gives state government sole authority to enact laws restricting the sale and possession of guns."

"In his veto message, Taft said the measure 'exceeds the scope of a concealed carry corrective bill by preempting local gun regulations relating to owning, possessing, purchasing, selling, and transferring firearms and their ammunition.'" ...
 

OH: Home Rule Champions Need To Be Consistent In Their Logic (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"Based on Bob Taft's new-found championing of Home Rule authority, as reflected in his promise to veto H.B. 347, which contains preemption of firearm laws, the Governor should make plans to veto H.B. 9, the public records reform bill, on the same grounds if it reaches his desk." ...

"The law on this is clear - municipalities have an absolute home rule power with regard to local government operations and only limited home rule authority with respect to police powers. You simply cannot be against H.B. 347 on home rule grounds and simultaneously be in support of the public records bill." ...
 

OH: House overrides Taft gun veto
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Gov. Bob Taft today vetoed a concealed-carry gun bill that would have overturned local bans on assault weapons, including one in Cincinnati."

"The Ohio House then easily overrode the veto today, 71 to 21. The House needed 60 votes to override."

"A total of 19 votes are needed for the Senate to override. The Senate reconvenes on Tuesday."

"This marks the first time the House has voted to override a Taft veto. The governor has vetoed just two other bills in his eight years in office."

"The bill's sponsor, Rep. James Aslanides, a Republican from Coshocton, said his legislation is as grassroots as legislation comes and has the support of law enforcement." ...
 

OH: Taft Vetoes HB347; House overrides Taft 71-21 (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"Today Governor Bob Taft carried out his threat and vetoed HB347, a bill that only the rabid anti-freedom groups oppose."

"The act would make firearms laws uniform throughout the state, something almost every state in our union did long ago because it makes sense and solves problems Ohio's citizens are currently burdened with." ...

"Acting about three hours after Governor Taft announced his veto of H.B. 347, the House of Representatives today overrode the Governor's veto by a vote of 71 to 21. The override is expected to move to the Senate this coming Tuesday." ...
 

PA: Gun Safeguards For Children Gains Council's Recommendation
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Six hours of hearings in City Council yesterday boiled down to this: Children, talk respectfully to your elders, go to bed early, and never, ever play with guns."

"The Council's Committee on Public Safety yesterday unanimously gave a favorable recommendation to Councilman Darrell Clarke's legislation prohibiting adults from allowing children to have unsupervised access to guns."

"Clarke said afterward he believes he has the votes to pass the legislation before the Christmas recess."

"He currently has a number of gun regulation bills ... that cannot be passed because the state holds exclusive rights to gun regulation. He says lawyers have told him the city can pass the ordinance without interference from the state. ..." ...
 

CO: Rarin' to go
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After the political battering he's taken in recent months, you might expect Doug Lamborn to be weary, if not wary."

"But ... the 5th Congressional District's freshman representative looks happy and talks openly." ...

"Lamborn also has 'serious questions' about Hefley's hard-fought, but so far unsuccessful, effort to create a protected wilderness area in Browns Canyon .... Every member of the Colorado delegation is cosponsoring or strongly supports Hefley's legislation."

"But Lamborn, a staunch Second Amendment supporter, echoes National Rifle Association concerns that hunters wouldn't be able to access game by vehicle if wilderness designation is awarded."

"'I think that's a valid argument that should be listened to,' Lamborn says." ...
 

PA: Officials holster firearm proposal
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Fearing a negative image for their tranquil Indiana County town, Cherry Tree officials disarmed a councilman's proposal recommending that every homeowner have a gun and the training to use it."

"While borough Councilman Henry Statkowski called his idea 'a common-sense proposal,' none of his colleagues went along Wednesday night."

"Council voted 6-1 to dismiss Statkowski's proposal -- either as an ordinance or a resolution."

"'We don't want to be portrayed as gun-toting people,' said Councilman Drax Felton, who made the motion."

"Less than 450 residents live in Cherry Tree ... The borough employs two part-time police officers and a full-time police chief." ...
 

Hold SWAT team no-knock raids accountable for mistakes
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... "SWAT teams used to be reserved for hostage situations, bank robberies, terrorist threats, and other situations where there was imminent threat of personal harm to the victim. The war on drugs changed all this as they are now used to raid anyone suspected of dealing drugs. Quantity of illegal material suspected, and perceived threat have no bearing on use of SWAT teams. They are used to intimidate and frighten people into instant submission or, failing that, the people are killed or forcibly subdued. SWAT teams that make a mistaken entry kill or maim innocent people or damage property during a mistaken entry are not held accountable for their poor performance. ..." ...
 

NC: Former Police Sergeant Pleads Guilty In Double-Dipping Case
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"A former Raleigh police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to larceny following an investigation into officers working off-duty jobs while still on patrol."

"Sgt. David Murphy, a 27-year veteran of the Raleigh Police Department who retired on Aug. 1, was one of two officers charged following a departmental probe into allegations of double-dipping. Authorities said he billed the department and the North Ridge Country Club for the same 29 hours of work." ...

"In May, a routine internal police department audit of work records since January 2005 showed 104 officers compiled 150 violations, almost half of which involved working more than 14 combined hours a day on- and off-duty."

"More than 100 officers were disciplined internally ..." ...
 

FL: Officers suspended in love tryst altercation
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"When Henry Lee returned home from work late Tuesday and spied his wife kissing another man, authorities said the Fernandina Beach police officer broke down the door, first pulling his baton and then a gun on the other man before jolting him twice with a Taser."

"Hours later, Lee, 35, was under arrest in the assault of the man, a Nassau County corrections officer." ...

"Wilson said he begged not to be shot. Lee fired the Taser then pulled the Taser trigger twice to deliver 50,000-volt shocks to probes stuck in Wilson's arm. Lee told Wilson to leave." ...

"Lee, who has been with the police department more than 10 years, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery and domestic battery." ...
 

NY: Orange County sheriff's officer focus of missing-gun probe
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The Orange County Sheriff's Office is investigating whether a member of its command staff misused his position to sell privately owned guns that the agency was holding for safekeeping or destruction."

"An internal probe has been zeroing in on Lt. Lloyd M. Kurth — a decorated 19-year veteran of the office — since September, when the former evidence-locker custodian was put on paid leave on an unrelated disciplinary charge." ...
 

IN: Reality show features gun-toting celebs
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"Erik Estrada and other lesser celebrities have been sworn in as reserve officers of the city police department here, allowing them to carry badges and guns as part of a reality television series." ...

"The CBS show, 'Armed and Famous,' being filmed in this east-central Indiana city [Muncie], population 66,000, follows the celebrities as they enforce the laws alongside city police officers." ...
 

TN: To shoot or not to shoot?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Knowing how to pull a trigger is easy. But knowing how to safely and skillfully discharge a firearm is altogether another issue. At least that's what I learned after recently graduating from the Unicoi County Sheriff's Department's Handgun Safety Course earlier this month."

"For $50, local and area residents may take an intense and educational daylong, mini-course that allows successful candidates to apply for their Tennessee Gun Permit License. Law enforcement experts Ken Potter and Ronnie Adkins with the Unicoi County Sheriff’s Department have been teaching the class for several years now, which always has a generous enrollment of students." ...
 

MN: Self-protection is individual's responsibility
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In a recent issue, a letter writer makes some assertions about gun regulations and comparisons to other countries that are short on merit."

"The letter writer's argument might be that it is law enforcement's job to protect individual citizens from harm. Guess again. Under long-standing court decisions local law enforcement officers have only a general duty to enforce laws, not to protect a particular person or persons ..."

"Self-protection is and always has been the responsibility of the individual, both legally and morally. I, as well as other gun rights supporters, sincerely believe it is a person's right to be able to defend themselves, their children and other loved ones, regardless of what city, county or state they live in." ...
 

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