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Concealed Carry Of Weapons Superior To Taking Weapons, Part II: S.388 Is Huge.
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"Huge for all Americans."

"Let me say something to you right now: as a solution to social crisis, liberty is always better than takings. Always better than nearly any social program out there."

"The formula for bureaucrats is interference. ..." ...

"The official solution to shootings, other criminal violence and various crises is always the takings, the interferences, the restrictions, and more of the self-indulgent feel-good things that pass for compassion, but which are actually indifferent to our homes and communities, namely by punishing those who didn’t do the shooting. This includes non-gunowners. Stay with me." ...
 

Sniper contest appears on Outdoor Channel
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"The contest to find the best military sniper in the world took place at Fort Benning, Ga., three months ago, but enthusiasts can re-live the challenge by tuning in to their TV sets."

"The sixth annual International Sniper Competition will be featured in a 30-minute documentary on The Outdoor Channel at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. EST on Wednesday and at 1:30 a.m. EST on Thursday."

"In its programming schedule at outdoorchannel.com, the documentary is listed under Shooting USA and the show description states that 'it is no longer the sniper waiting in the bushes to take the perfect shot. It is the chaos of combat recreated on the ranges at Fort Benning,' the Georgia post home of the Army�s sniper school." ...
 

Robert Howard Firearms Collection Available for Online Bidding
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Proxibid, a premier provider of live auction broadcasting services, today announced that the Robert Howard Collection, Part II, of firearms will be available for online bidding ..."

"... During WWII, Mr. Howard served in the US Military in Europe as a Company Commander for more than thirty months; served as Trial Judge Advocate of several General Courts Martial trying felony cases in Summerset, Devon and Cornwall Counties, England; and was awarded five Campaign medals beginning with the Normandy Campaign. An avid firearms collector, Mr. Howard has amassed a collection of American firearms representing the finest condition and selection in private hands. The full 30 years of Mr. Howard's collecting will be available at the auction." ...
 

Mayors Against Illegal Guns swells its ranks
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The coalition of Mayors Against Illegal Guns got a boost last week with 31 more mayors joining the bipartisan group -- bringing the total to 154."

"Albany Mayor Jerry Jennings, a member, said at the top of the organization's agenda is lobbying Congress to oppose what are known as the Tiahrt Amendments." ...
 

OH: Armed criminals attack churchgoers during services (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"The Columbus Dispatch reported this week that two criminals brought a pistol into a church and began robbing churchgoers during Mass."

"Due to a state law which prohibits firearms in places of worship, all the victims were unarmed. Thankfully, however, that did not transform at least five of the churchgoers into a victim mindset." ...

"These two criminals couldn't have cared less about state legislators establishing this private property as a victim disarmament zone. A gun control law which prohibits felons from even possessing firearms didn't stop Hollingsworth either ..."

"As is typical, only the law-abiding citizens (in this case churchgoers) followed the law, and as a consequence were forced to face armed criminals with nothing but their empty hands. ..." ...
 

OH: Suspects held in church robbery
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Two men are charged with allegedly robbing parishioners during a Sunday church service at Christ the King Catholic Church in Columbus, Ohio.

The Columbus Dispatch said bail is set at $500,000 for Wendell K. Hollingsworth and Celeste M. Smith.

Police say Hollingsworth allegedly pistol-whipped a congregation member who grabbed Smith, the newspaper said. Four more parishioners then tackled Hollingsworth, who was arrested in the church.

Smith was caught about a block away from the scene, the newspaper said.
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KABA Note: Ohio Revised Statute Sec. 2923.126. (B) specifies that churches are Victim Disarmament Zones.
 

GA: Ninth-grader arrested on weapons charge
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A ninth-grader was arrested Monday morning for bringing a gun to the Academic Success Center ..."

"The juvenile was caught with an unloaded .22-caliber pistol at the 1112 29th St. school, about 10 a.m., said school principal Sandy Denham."

"When a staffer realized the boy had a gun, Denham was notified and he immediately escorted the young man into his office. The principal took the weapon from the student without incident and called police."

"'We dispatched the crisis team to make sure the rest of the building was secure,' Denham said. 'There were no other firearms and there was no disruption of the day.'"

"The student apparently brought the weapon from home and showed it to a couple of classmates, Denham said." ...
 

AZ: Council bans deadly weapons: Former mayor speaks out
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Youngtown residents can no longer carry firearms into town buildings and council meetings."

"In a unanimous vote, the Youngtown Town Council approved Jan. 18 a ban on weapons in the town's clubhouse, town hall and library ..."

"Town officials plan to post signs outside buildings informing residents of the new weapons policy, but could not decide whether to furnish each town building entrance with a lock box for temporary gun storage or have one storage facility for the entire complex." ...

"Town officials also do not plan to hire security guards to enforce the ban, but those in violation would be arrested, including individuals with concealed weapons permits, said Town Attorney Susan Goodwin." ...
 

KS: City ban on guns to lapse
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Two Hutchinson City Council members have reversed their opinion on banning concealed guns in city parks, meaning the city will apparently let the ban lapse next month."

"Councilman Brad Dillon was the first to express 'a lot of second thoughts' about the ban Tuesday, noting when people called him in opposition to the law, 'I can't explain why I did it.'"

"'I don't like concealed carry,' Dillon said. 'But I've read a lot of letters and feel they make better arguments. I'd like to revisit the issue.'"

"The City Council adopted an ordinance Jan. 2 mirroring the state's concealed carry law, except with one addition to prohibited locations: 'City-owned buildings and facilities, which include parks.'" ...
 

ND: Prosecutors object to 'shoot the burglar' law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Prosecutors say a bill that offers strong liability protection for homeowners who shoot intruders is unnecessary, and may block criminal charges in situations where they may be warranted."

"'We have a current policy in North Dakota that the use of deadly force is not justified if it can be avoided,' said Ladd Erickson, the McLean County state's attorney. 'We shouldn't shoot people if we can avoid shooting people.'"

"The legislation, which the North Dakota House's Judiciary Committee began reviewing Monday, says a person is presumed to be acting in self-defense if he shoots a burglar in his home, or a carjacker trying to get into a vehicle. It does not bar prosecutors from attempting to prove otherwise." ...
 

TX: Texas Legislature To Consider "Castle Doctrine" Self-Defense Bill for the Upcoming Session (NRA-ILA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Texas State Legislature is poised and ready to consider National Rifle Association (NRA)-backed 'Castle Doctrine' legislation in the upcoming legislative session ..." ...

"... The proposed reforms of Texas' self-defense laws would accomplish three things:"

"The bill would establish, in law, the presumption that a criminal who unlawfully enters ... is there to cause death or great bodily harm, and you may therefore use any manner of force, including deadly force, against that person."

"The bill would explicitly state in law that you have no 'duty to retreat' if you are attacked in a place where you have a right to be present ..."

"The bill would protect persons using force authorized by law from lawsuits ..." ...
 

Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, "...upheld by a broad and intelligent comprehension of rights, and an all-pervading purpose to maintain them...", March, 4, 1853
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"...Inconsiderable in population and apparent resources, it was upheld by a broad and intelligent comprehension of rights, and an all-pervading purpose to maintain them, stronger than armaments...."

"...The object sought was not a thing dreamed of: it was a thing realized. They had exhibited not only the power to achieve, but what all history affirms to be so much more unusual, the capacity to maintain...."

"...Our fathers decided for themselves, both upon the hour to declare and the hour to strike. They were their own judges of the circumstances under which it became them to pledge to each other "their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor," for the acquisition of the priceless inheritance transmitted to us...."
 

Journal of the Senate of the United States of America, "...the chief objects being to secure to the citizen his right to personal liberty...", Jan. 7, 1864
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"...That the people of each State adopted for their government the Constitution of the United States, in the same way as they adopted their State constitution...."

"...That it is not competent for the President in any character, or for any military commander, to restrict the right of suffrage in any State, or to impose conditions precedent to the exercise thereof; nor can the will or judgment of the President enlarge his powers beyond what are conferred by the Constitution...."

"...That governments are instituted for the protection of minorities, the chief objects being to secure to the citizen his right to personal liberty, and to protect him in the possession and enjoyment of his private property...."
 

From Local Police to Occupying Army, or LESO: The Greater of Many Evils
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"There are Peacekeepers deployed in US cities, but they're not under UN command."

"They're armored personnel carriers supplied to 'local' police agencies for little or no cost through the Pentagon's Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO), established in 1995 as part of the Defense Logistics Agency."

"Since that time, the LESO has made huge amounts of military hardware – from boots to helmets to ammo to helicopters and the 'Peacekeeper' APCs – available to local and state police agencies, often at little or no cost." ...

"Fred Baille, a boileplater-spewing spokesdrone ... explains that through the LESO program, 'local' law enforcement agencies can receive 'excess' military gear of practically any description 'as if they were a DoD organization.'" ...
 

MO: KC police seek answers in case of arrested woman who miscarried (another view)
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"For now, Sofia Salva will let her attorney and the videotape of two police officers ignoring her pleas for medical help speak for her."

"Salva, who said she was three months pregnant and bleeding when Kansas City police stopped her for traffic violations last February, believes she wouldn't have had a miscarriage had officers aided her." ...

"... Salva also has filed a wrongful death and personal injuries lawsuit against the Kansas City Police Department and two officers who arrested her."

"... The tape shows Salva telling the officers numerous times that she was pregnant, bleeding and needing to go to the hospital."

"After the ninth request, Spencer responds: 'How is that my problem?'" ...
 

MO: Police ignored woman’s pleas
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"Two Kansas City police officers repeatedly ignored a pregnant woman’s claims that she was bleeding and needed medical help, a police videotape released Tuesday shows."

"Sofia Salva told officers nine times during the first five minutes of the stop that she was bleeding or wanted to go to a hospital. After the ninth request, a female officer asked: 'How is that my problem?'"

"Salva requested help at least 12 more times during the 30-minute encounter nearly a year ago. The officers arrested her for traffic violations, including a fake temporary license tag, and two outstanding warrants." ...

"'The officers went into this with a preconceived idea of who and what they were dealing with, and they were wrong,' said Salva’s attorney. 'It's tragic.'" ...
 

NJ: Co-Workers Arrest New Police Chief For DUI
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Township officials decided to halt the promotion of a police captain after officers from his own force pulled him over and arrested him on charges of driving under the influence.

Capt. Bernard Sullivan was due to become chief Thursday, officials said, but instead was suspended with pay. Another captain will assume temporary command of the department.
 

CA: TAGMET [Tehama and Glenn Methamphetamine Enforcement Team] officer investigated
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Allegations that an officer lied about the chain of custody of evidence has led to the dismissal of at least two drug cases in Tehama County Superior Court and could affect dozens of others in Tehama and Glenn counties."

"Corning police officer and former Tehama and Glenn Methamphetamine Enforcement Team agent Andrew Norwood is accused of lying about where evidence in drug cases was left, not properly packaging evidence and giving items the same evidence number. More than three grams of methamphetamine is also missing from among evidence seized in TAGMET investigations." ...
 

GA: Gun returned
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Moultrie who foiled an alleged burglary at his house by shooting the burglar's car tire had his pistol returned to him last week."

"James Hancock of Camellia Drive had actually faced the possibility of charges himself because he had discharged the gun within the city limits, but police indicated when they returned the weapon that there would be no charges." ...

"After the incident ... a Moultrie police investigator took the pistol to verify the serial number and ownership. The investigator told Hancock it would be returned that afternoon, but he had not heard from anyone the next day."

"Hancock said he called Moultrie Police Chief Frank Lang ... but Lang told him the gun could only be released by the district attorney's office. ..." ...
 

FL: College Student Jailed For Two Days After Reporting Being Raped
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"A 21-year-old woman who told police that a man raped her was jailed for two days after officers helping her found a warrant accusing her of failing to pay restitution for a 2003 theft arrest." ...

"A jail worker later refused to give her a second dose of a morning-after pill to prevent pregnancy because of religious convictions, said Vic Moore, the college student's attorney. She was released from jail Monday only after Moore reported her plight to the local media." ...

"'Obviously, any policy that allows a sexual battery victim to spend a night in jail is a flawed policy,' police spokeswoman Laura McElroy said. 'So our city attorney is writing a new policy right now.'" ...

"McElroy said the arresting officer checked with a sergeant before taking the student into custody."

"'It appears at face value that they didn't violate policy,' she said. 'It's just we had a flawed policy.'" ...
 

CA: Foley sues Coronado, cop who shot him
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"San Diego Chargers linebacker Steve Foley, who was shot by an off-duty Coronado police officer last year, is suing the city of Coronado and the cop who shot him." ...

"Mansker shot Foley twice Sept. 3 after following him for 10 miles from San Diego into a Poway cul-de-sac near Foley's home."

"Mansker, 23, said he suspected Foley, 31, of drunken driving after watching him driving erratically in his customized Oldsmobile Cutlass on state Route 163 at speeds up to 90 mph. He told investigators he shot the player after Foley walked toward him, raised his shirt and reached into this waistband."

"... Both Foley and Gaut later said through Gaut's attorney they acted in self-defense and thought Mansker was a carjacker or a fan, rather than a police officer." ...
 

CO: Broomfield cop charged in stun-gun injury
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"A Broomfield police officer has been arrested and charged with child abuse stemming from an incident in November."

"William 'Skip' Van Arsdale, a 16-year veteran, was arrested, booked ... and released Sunday. He is charged with one count of child abuse for negligently causing serious bodily injury, a felony."

"Court documents provide few details on the alleged abuse. ..."

"... Van Arsdale is accused of shooting a girl in the face with his Taser stun gun while demonstrating how the weapon works at his home Nov. 20."

"... Van Arsdale ... will only be allowed to work at the Police Department headquarters. He will not be allowed to carry his service pistol or his Taser, and he will not be in uniform." ...
 

Canada: Inquest offers more proof that RCMP shouldn't investigate itself
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"If the Ian Bush case didn't convince people that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police shouldn't be investigating itself, then the Kevin St. Arnaud case certainly should." ...

"In the early morning of Dec. 19, 2004, St. Arnaud ... was shot three times by 22-year-old RCMP Const. Ryan Sheremetta. Sheremetta ... said that he slipped and fell on his back, that St. Arnaud advanced toward him and that Sheremetta fired the fatal shots when St. Arnaud was 'basically . . . over top of me.'" ...

"The inquest heard a very different story. Sheremetta's partner, ... a 24-year police veteran, testified that Sheremetta was standing up, in a 'police shooting stance,' when the shots were fired. A civilian eyewitness had similar testimony." ...
 

CT: Colt Exhibit Makes Bang at Wadsworth
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"There is an old saying that states, 'God created men; Colonel Colt made them equal.' This saying, of course, refers to New England inventor and entrepreneur Samuel Colt, who is most famous for inventing the revolver, as well as starting a worldwide firearms empire ... An impressive sampling of authentic, original Colt firearms can be viewed at the Wadsworth Atheneum in an exhibit entitled 'Samuel Colt: Arms, Art, and Invention.' In addition to approximately 200 guns of every size ranging from tiny revolvers to massive rifles, the exhibit contains relics that cast a glimpse into Colt's personal life, with letters exchanged between colleagues as well as gifts bestowed upon him by great political contemporaries." ...
 

OH: Buckeye Firearms Assoc. Endorsees pack Senate Judiciary Comm. on Crim. Justice (BFA)
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"Buckeye Firearms Association has learned that five of our former Endorsees have been appointed, along with two other pro-gun legislators to fill the nine-member Senate Judiciary Committee on Criminal Justice, where any firearms law reform bills are likely to be given consideration." ...
 

NY: Help Sullivan get rid of guns
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Give credit to the Sullivan County chapter of the NAACP for bringing the community together to talk about what can be done to stop the illegal guns and drugs pouring into Monticello and the rest of the county."

"Give credit, too, to those who came up with a list of ideas that could have an impact on the safety of citizens, especially the younger ones." ...

"Many of the good ideas in Sullivan will help right away. Amnesty for turning in guns should get rid of some. Expanding the effort to educate youngsters about the dangers and the jail penalties might make some think twice. ... the DA's position 'is very simple. No plea bargaining. You get caught with a loaded gun, you're going to do the minimum and you might do a lot more.'" ...
 

FL: Errors in gun permits are very slight
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In your paper's nearly hysterical tirade against Florida's concealed weapon permit laws, it was reported that a total of 1,750 concealed weapon permits were mistakenly issued to individuals with criminal records or other disqualifiers. That is 1,750 out of a total of 410,000 permits issued, which translates to less than one-half of 1 percent."

"Granted, it is desirable that no one with a criminal record be issued a concealed weapon permit, but we do not live in a perfect world. I would challenge your editorial board to name one government agency or program, or any human endeavor for that matter, that can consistently claim a lower error rate." ...
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Submitter's Note: There were 1,206,616 permits issued through the end of 2006, 410,000 is the number currently active.
 

WV: Dr. Lott: Gun scruples
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The article on gun-show regulations in Virginia contains a serious mistake ('Panel kills gun-show checks for private sales,' Metropolitan, Thursday). The article cites state Sen. Jeannemarie Devolites Davis as claiming that 'the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has reported that gun shows are the second-leading source of guns used in crimes, behind only unscrupulous licensed dealers.' Unfortunately, the study she cites simply was not designed to reach the conclusion that Mrs. Davis claims, because the ATF report looked at 198 non-randomly chosen investigations. The ATF doesn't make the claim that its investigations are representative of the distribution of sources of illegal guns." ...
 

KS: Catch More Flies With Honey (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In July of 2006, Kansas citizens were able to apply for concealed handgun licenses after that state joined the vast majority of states with concealed carry laws. On January 2, 2007, the first licenses began to be issued."

"Like in Ohio, some cities tried to place additional restrictions on where a person would be permitted to carry a firearm for personal protection. After hearing from constituents, two council members in the city of Hutchinson have reversed their intention to take that action." ...
 

UK: Dad stabbed to death over 40p
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A father-of-three died of stab wounds shortly after his neighbour had boasted that he was going to kill him, a court today heard."

"Barry Wilson, 29, died following a brawl in his street with his neighbour Keith Hunt, Bristol Crown Court heard."

"Hunt and Wilson ... had spent much of May 30 last year drinking together."

"But following a row over a forty pence loan, the pair fought in the street in front of shocked neighbours."

"After a short truce, the two men re-emerged from their homes, with Hunt, 31, armed with a knife and Wilson brandishing a hammer, the court heard."

"Following a struggle, Hunt allegedly stabbed Wilson through the back of the neck and through the heart." ...
 

Australia: Vic man jailed over bow and arrow murder
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Melbourne man who killed an acquaintance with a bow and arrow after he spooked him by making noises like a 'devil', has been jailed for at least 16 years."

"Peter Timor Rattya, 42, shot Amer Alihromic at close range through the chest with a bow and arrow in the backyard of a boarding house ..."

"The Victorian Supreme Court heard just before the murder the pair had a disagreement about religion."

"Mr Alihromic, 26, was persistently making noises like a hyena 'or a devil' and it began to 'spook' Rattya, the court heard."

"Rattya ... threatened to shoot him with a bow and, when he did not stop making the noises, grabbed the weapon from his bedroom in the house and shot him, the court heard." ...
 

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