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Congress Told of ATF Seizures, Threats to Gun Buyers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Agents of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), allegedly acting without warrants or legislative authority to do so, seized firearms from at least 50 gun show patrons in Virginia according to congressional testimony and an agency document made public Wednesday. Witnesses also testified that African-American and female gun buyers in Richmond, Va., and Pittsburgh, Pa., were profiled based on their race or sex and some in Pittsburgh were threatened with arrest by ATF agents for alleged actions that are not violations of law." ...
 

Most Americans Feel Gun Control Laws Are OK
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Many adults in the United States believe the current regulations regarding firearms are adequate, according to a poll by Rasmussen Reports. 52 per cent of respondents believe the U.S. does not need stricter gun control laws."

"The U.S. Constitution’s second amendment guarantees Americans the right 'to keep and bear arms.' ..."

"A Republican-initiated gun legislation project that would have protected weapons producers against lawsuits was voted down in the U.S. Senate in March 2004, after Democratic lawmakers amended the bill to include mandatory background checks for purchases at gun shows."

"Polling Data"

"Does the U.S. need stricter gun control laws?"

"Yes 39%"

"No 52%"
 

Another GROSS violation (blog)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"And I do mean gross."

"My detailing of the unlawful arrest of Mark Edward Marchiafava brought about a storm of outrage on the part of Second Amendment activists. And rightfully so. Every law-abiding, peaceable citizen has the right to exercise their rights, regardless of whether or not they happen to be a burr in the pants of some government officials."

"But the story also brought out in the open the plight of another man -- this time in Illinois. I thought his story was interesting enough to write about. Maybe you will think it's outrageous enough to take action on this young man's behalf." ...
 

The NRA chickens out
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Thanks for nothing, Vice President Dick Cheney."

"For years, Bambi huggers have portrayed hunters as a bunch of irresponsible goofs who go out in the woods and shoot at the first thing that moves."

"And for years I've been telling people that those Hollywood images of hunters completely distort reality." ...

"Yet I couldn't find any official comment from the NRA on Cheney's sloppy gun handling that led to the shooting. I called the NRA's headquarters to ask if the organization issued a statement. The spokeswoman said no statement had been issued and didn't know if the organization would have anything to say." ...
 

VA: Self-defense ruled in fatal shooting
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"A murder charge against a Virginia Commonwealth University student in the shooting death of a 19-year-old Richmond man was withdrawn after authorities determined the student acted in self-defense."

"The Richmond commonwealth's attorney's office confirmed yesterday that Omari Al-Qadaffi, a VCU senior majoring in computer science, has been cleared in the Dec. 10 shooting death of Lawarren Arkeis Williams on Mosby Street. At the time, Al-Qadaffi's father insisted his son had shot Williams in self-defense after being confronted outside a coin laundry by Williams and another man, one of whom had a gun." ...
 

IN: M'ville defendant testifies he had to shoot
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Enrique Rivera found himself in a Catch 22 on Friday."

"Rivera took the stand because his defense to charges he murdered one man and injured four others when he shot into a crowded bar is he had no other choice -- the essence of a self-defense claim." ...

"It wasn't until about six members of the gang closed in on him just after 'last call' ... that he got scared, he said. When he made a move to leave, John Berrios hit him with a beer bottle, he said."

"Rivera said he came up off the ground shooting for his life with the gun he had a permit to carry."

"In order to find Rivera not guilty because he acted in self-defense, jurors have to believe, among other things, that Rivera had no other way out." ...
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Submitter's Note: But don't the Bradys keep saying that we don't need "stand your ground" laws because no one is in prison for defending themselves?
 

VT: Police return gun used in shooting to Grover
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A piece of evidence labeled 'State's One' was returned to its lawful owner on Thursday."

"The evidence, a Colt .45 semi-automatic pistol, was used in the shooting death of James Kellom, 51, of Vernon, in Nov. 7, 2004. Timothy Grover, 41, of Brattleboro, was found not guilty on Feb. 15 after a jury determined Grover was defending the life of James Cleveland when he shot Kellom with the gun." ...

"'He has the rights to that property,' said Detective Sgt. Kraig LaPorte, lead investigator on the Grover case for the Vermont State Police. 'We received a call asking us to turn over the weapon. With the not guilty verdict, it's rightfully his.'" ...
 

MS: Cory Maye Story Hits Fox News (blog)
Submitted by: Mike Nelson

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"In case you missed it like I did, Radley Balko’s article on Cory Maye is now up at Fox News. The article provide a good overview of the case, and contains a few new pieces of information for those of you not following the story as it unfolds. ..." ...

"This is obviously good news. Like Balko, I’m curious about the silence from the National Rifle Association on this issue. They are either truly interested in the rights of gun owners or the accusations from the left about them being racist GOP sycophants are indeed correct." ...
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GA: NRA, businesses clash over gun bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Motorcycle repairman Jarrett Dover knocked over a trash can at the shop in Doraville, spilling some of its contents."

"Pick up the mess, co-worker Reginald Mason demanded."

"Dismissively, Dover collected the refuse, tossed it toward the receptacle and missed. Mason, apparently angered because his wife had just cleaned the place, fetched his semi-automatic and shot Dover five times, killing him."

"'All over a stupid argument,' recalled Janice McNealy, co-owner ... Her memory of the 9-year-old murder, for which Mason received a life sentence, has been refreshed by a bill in the General Assembly that would allow employees to store guns in their locked vehicles at work sites." ...
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Submitter's Note: And a man willing to commit murder like this would respect a parking lot ban?
 

VA: Gun Rights Bills Move Forward in Va. Legislature
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Midway through the Virginia legislative session, the House of Delegates has sent to the state Senate a series of bills that would make it easier for residents to acquire and carry guns, including a measure that would prohibit companies from banning guns in their parking lots." ...
 

OH: New bill could beef up lagging hunter numbers
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"Gov. Bob Taft signed House Bill 296 last week, meaning that a so-called apprentice hunting license will become available July 1."

"The license, designed to help in recruitment to the sport, will excuse novices from taking a hunter education course when hunting with a regularly licensed, adult mentor. The apprentice license may be purchased for three years, after which a hunter must purchase a regular license, which requires passage of a safety course."

"The signing of the bill, which was introduced by Rep. Steven Beuhrer (R-Delta), endorses an effort by three national pro-hunting organizations: ..." ...
 

OH: Ohio lawmakers propose bills in effort to clarify weapons law
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"Nearly two years after Ohio's concealed-carry law went into effect, state legislators are proposing bills that they hope will clarify a few things about carrying a hidden firearm."

"In the Ohio House of Representatives, it's House Bill 347. In the Ohio Senate, it's Senate Bill 252."

"In practice, it's whether concealed-carry permit holders need to leave their guns in plain sight while inside a motor vehicle, whether they can drive through a school zone legally with a firearm in the car, and whether they should be outed as permit holders in the news media." ...
 

KY: Bill Would Restrict Access to Names of Concealed Weapon Permits
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"The public would lose access to the names of people with concealed weapons permits as part of a bill passed by the Kentucky House on Wednesday."

"The measure, supported by the politically powerful National Rifle Association, would clarify that police cannot seize lawful gun owners' firearms during emergencies and disasters."

"The bill cleared the House on an 89-7 vote and heads to the Senate."

"Much of the debate centered on a provision that would make confidential the names of the thousands of Kentuckians who obtain concealed weapons permits. The Kentucky Press Association opposed the proposal during a recent committee hearing."

"Currently, only the names of people with the permits are available. ..." ...
 

OK: Opponents say bill promotes violence, not safety
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"Gun violence prevention advocates say they're concerned about a bill before the Oklahoma Legislature to expand where firearms can be taken and when they can be used with deadly force."

"Oklahoma's 'Stand Your Ground' bill would give greater legal protections to people who shoot or use other deadly force when threatened or attacked."

"The measure clarifies existing law on self defense and expands the right to protect yourself against attack in your own home to other places, including someone else's home, a vehicle or a street corner."

"A spokesman for the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence in Washington D-C calls the bill a potentially dangerous solution to a non-existent problem." ...
 

VA: Official defends sex-act tactic
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... "Spotsylvania Commonwealth's Attorney William F. Neely, whose office advised detectives to accept oral sex, says enforcing ordinances and prosecuting misdemeanors is not as effective as building felony cases." ...

"'What is worse for our community: Organized prostitution and all of the crime which is proven to arise from it or a few police officers engaging in illicit sex acts?' ..."

"Charlie Fuller, executive director of the International Association of Undercover Officers, praised Spotsylvania's original approach. ..."

"'The citizens should be happy,' said Fuller, a retired undercover agent with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives." [emphasis added] ...
 

VA: Spotsylvania ends massage parlor policy
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"Spotsylvania County authorities have suspended their much-ridiculed practice of allowing undercover officers to take part in sex acts while investigating alleged prostitution at massage parlors." ...

"Spotsylvania Commonwealth's Attorney William F. Neely, whose office authorized the practices, said that authorities would evaluate the measures and decide whether to reinstate them or attack the problem by enforcing local ordinances, which he described as less effective." ...

"Neely has said the sex acts had to proceed beyond fondling because touching is not a crime in Virginia. He said authorities sought felony sex-crime charges, rather than misdemeanor prostitution charges, in their attempts to shut down massage parlors and seize business assets. The prosecutor also said more than a verbal agreement was needed because some of the defendants spoke little or no English." ...
 

MA: Boston police warn of vest-piercing gun
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The Boston Police Department is sounding the alarm that a new type of high-powered handgun is on the streets that fires rounds police say can pierce many kinds of bulletproof vests worn by officers."

"The department issued a safety alert to officers after two men were shot with the gun in Dorchester and Mattapan last week. The alert, obtained by the Globe, warned that the FN Five-Seven handgun fires the bullets at such a velocity that they 'will punch through your vest, PLATE included.'"

"Yesterday, officers of all ranks expressed concern that the weapon has surfaced in Boston."

"'These aren't recreational weapons,' Police Commissioner Kathleen M. O'Toole said in an interview. 'This is an example of a gun designed to kill people.'" ...
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KABA Note: Yet according to the FN USA website, their AP ammo is restricted to LEOs and the military.
 

PA: Jessup cop out on bail
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Jessup police officer who was charged with stealing marijuana and a firearm from the police evidence room was released from Lackawanna County Prison on a $50,000 bail Saturday."

"Robert Santarelli, 36, of Jessup, was arrested Friday and arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Sean McGraw. He is scheduled to appear at a hearing in Central Court at 9 a.m. Feb. 27."

"State police at Dunmore arrested the full-time officer Friday on multiple charges resulting from an alleged break-in Jan. 25 or 26 in which a rifle, an ounce of marijuana and three hypodermic needles were taken."

"Residents of Jessup were shaken by the arrest, borough Councilman Jack Mancak said Saturday." ...
 

TN: State representative to run for Congress
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"State Rep. David Davis, R-Johnson City, has announced he will be a candidate for Tennessee's 1st Congressional District House seat to succeed retiring U.S. Rep. Bill Jenkins."

"Davis said he is running on a platform of limited government, protecting the Second Amendment right to bear arms, ensuring laws to protect the unborn, and maintaining the sanctity of marriage between one man and one woman." ...
 

NY: Cheney tale triggers lots of inaccuracy
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"For once he spotted me before I saw him. He was standing in the doorway to my office wearing a visitor's badge on a jacket festooned with patches and pins featuring eagles, rifles, flags and Minute Men." ...

"'Armbruster,' I said, 'what brings you here?'"

"'Business,' he said tersely, 'not pleasure. We need your help.'"

"'Who's we?' I said."

"'The National Rifle Association,' Armbruster replied ... 'of which I am a proud life member.'"

"'Well, good for you,' I said, 'but what's that got to do with me? As you know, I'm not a big fan of your organization.'"

"Armbruster suppressed a sneer. 'You may be an enemy of the Second Amendment,' he said gritting his teeth, 'but you're a writer and a` hunter and that's why we need you.'" ...
 

LA: Firearm sales are booming since Katrina
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Jo Petty bought her first gun 20 years ago after she was robbed in the drive-through lane at a fast-food restaurant."

"'After I placed my order, I turned and there was a gun pointed at my head,' she said. 'I'd never felt so scared or vulnerable in my life.'"

"Her husband, Dan Petty, took her to a shooting range, and she bought a handgun that she kept in her Slidell area home. For years, it seemed like enough protection. But then came Hurricane Katrina."

"Reports of looting and lawlessness after the storm have prompted her to shop for a gun small enough to carry with her."

"'It's just something that would help me feel a little safer,' she said as she handled a 9 mm pistol Saturday at the Slidell Gun and Knife Show." ...
 

AZ: Note to both sides: Enough! (letter)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"This letter is to the two Americas, each glaring at the other with mutual incomprehension:"

"Have you had enough?"

"Enough of the liberals and their envy-driven class warfare and egalitarian nonsense; of their refusal to accept personal responsibility as life's most fundamental paradigm; of their moral indifference, their assaults on Second Amendment rights, their mindless litigation, coddling of criminals and socialist learnings."

"Enough of the conservatives and ... their dissemination of fear and dread as agent for all-out assault on our constitutional heritage; of all the jingoistic fools waving their silly little flags while the real patriots stand aghast at their willingness to sacrifice their liberty for safety." ...
 

VA: Philip Van Cleave explains why you should be carrying a gun
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"Although he lives in the peaceful Woodlake subdivision, Philip Van Cleave almost always has a gun at his side. He says he thinks you should, too." ...

"Van Cleave calmly explained his mission over lunch at a restaurant on Hull Street, just a few miles from his home. As he has done with other reporters, he started off the interview complaining state law didn’t allow him to conceal his gun where alcohol was served. He wore a small handgun on his right hip."

His leadership of VCDL is strictly as a volunteer. The organization has no paid staffers. 'Fortunately, I’m self-employed,' Van Cleave said, explaining he has worked as a software designer since 1984. ..." ...
 

CT: Exhibit highlights Norwich's gun history
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"Among exhibitors at the Old Norwich Memorabilia Show Saturday was the Guns of Norwich Historical Society's display of Norwich-made firearms."

"According to exhibitor Ray Phillips, it was the largest display of locally manufactured guns ever assembled. Phillips brought more than 300 guns to the event at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Taftville."

"At the turn of the 19th century, Norwich was considered the firearms capital of the world, Phillips said, because it was home to some of the biggest arms manufacturers. Winchester and Smith & Wesson both had roots in Norwich before those gun makers relocated to other areas." ...
 

VA: Gun shows do not encourage violence (letter)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Debi Bernardes is clearly unable to form a reasoned opinion about guns and, by extension, our Constitution ['Violence, gun shows at odds,' Feb. 7].

"She relies on feelings instead of facts, which leads one to the conclusion that she might be unable to make a reasoned decision when it comes to electing public officials."

"There is not one shred of empirical data to support the vacuous idea that gun shows encourage violence."

"That same fallacious logic would imply that a bridal and wedding show at the Fredericksburg Expo would encourage domestic violence."

"The Second Amendment guarantees a citizen's right to bear arms. Gun shows do encourage people to buy guns, which is legal." ...
 

NC: Trial ends in plea deal
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"Al-Tereek Lindsey was sentenced to 20-25 years in prison Friday after pleading no contest to the second-degree murder of Monica Lynette Shuff."

"Lindsey was originally indicted on first-degree murder for Shuff's Nov. 29, 2004 shooting death but took a plea bargain after juror misconduct threatened a mistrial."

"Richard Pridemore, juror 12, brought a hand-written copy of North Carolina self-defense law with him into the jury room on Thursday, a direct violation of state laws." [emphasis added] ...

"Pridemore was cited with criminal contempt of court. He could receive as much as 30 days in jail or community service for the infraction."
 

OH: Ohio's Law Enforcement Dilemma
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"Ohio’s concealed carry law was stonewalled for years by the opposition of the Ohio State Highway Patrol administration who refused to endorse any law that allowed law-abiding citizens to carry loaded guns in cars. After years of debate, public opinion overwhelmed the State Patrol’s opposition and Ohio finally got a concealed carry law."

"The State Highway Patrol administration was successful, however, in using its lobbying power to poison the legislation with the now infamous 'open car carry' provision. ..." ...

"Now as HB347 which removes the ludicrous open carry provision makes its way through the Ohio legislature, the State Highway Patrol is once again using its lobbying power in opposition to legislation that would make all Ohioans safer. ..." ...
 

MD: Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program could save lives
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"TWENTY MINUTES COULD SAVE A CHILD'S LIFE, and that is what the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program is all about. It's an effective gun-safety learning experience developed primarily for children from pre-kindergarten through third grade. The sole purpose of the program is to prevent an accident from happening by teaching children what to do if they happen to find a gun."

"In nearly half of all the homes in the United States, at least one member of the household owns a gun, legally. That statistic from the U.S. Bureau of the Census does not surprise Cpl. Thomas Johann, Community Services supervisor with the Frederick County Sheriff's Office, who is his agency's point of contact for the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program." ...
 

Top guns
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"It is an odd pairing of two wildly different sports. Biathlon combines the rigors of cross-country skiing with the technical precision of rifle marksmanship."

"The sport began in 1767, when military border patrols between Norway and Sweden organized the first ski-and-shoot contests."

"In 1924, biathlon made its Olympic debut as an exposition sport, then finally became an official event at the Squaw Valley Winter Games in 1960." ...
 

TN: Thornburg gun range to close
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"Thornburg Shooting Range in Polk County will close to public use beginning Feb. 28."

"Thornburg has been declared substandard by the Forest Service and has been replaced by a new range at Spring Creek that opened in November. The old facility at Spring Creek also has been closed."

"The new range features four pistol lanes and four rifle lanes that are covered. A $3 fee is required to use the facility, which will be closed on Tuesdays for maintenance and law enforcement training." ...
 

UK: Outlaw arms and you arm outlaws
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"Strangely enough, no one seems to feel any safer. When the laws on gun ownership were tightened after the Dunblane tragedy in 1996, we kept being told that the whole idea was to prevent such things happening again."

"How meaningless those assurances must seem to the family of Rachael Bown, the conscientious police officer whose first words, after being shot by a gangster in -Nottingham last week, were of self-reproach: 'I've let everyone down and I didn't get him.'"

"When the Firearms Bill was passing through Parliament, the Sunday Telegraph was a lonely voice railing against the proposed restrictions. A ban, we argued, would have done nothing to prevent the atrocity." ...
 

Canada: Politicians seek toy-gun bylaws
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"Politicians in the GTA yesterday lined up behind the idea of passing bylaws, similar to one passed in Scugog Township, to ban the possession of toy guns in public places."

"Roger Anderson, who chaired the meeting of GTA mayors and regional chairs that unanimously endorsed the idea, said that when such guns are carried in public, police are often forced to make a split-second decision whether they are real."

"'That is a position that we don't want a child or young person or a police officer to be facing,' the Durham Region chairman said."

"Last month, Scugog Township, north of Oshawa, passed a bylaw that makes the possession of toy guns in public by anyone under the age of 18 liable to a fine of $150." ...
 

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