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Law-Abiding Gun Owner Says There's A Message in His Lawsuit
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Second Amendment supporters have filed a lawsuit stemming from the wrongful arrest of a Utah man who was detained at the Newark, N.J., airport because he had a gun in his luggage."

"As required by federal law, the firearm was unloaded, locked and stored in a case inside Gregg Revell's luggage. Although federal law protects law-abiding citizens who travel with firearms, Revell nevertheless was arrested for possessing a firearm without a New Jersey state license."

"Federal law should have trumped state and local law in Revell's case ..."

"The Association said it is suing the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and one of its police officers for wrongfully arresting and imprisoning Revell ..." ...
 

Olympic pistol shooter dies at 92
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Retired Army Maj. Gen. Charles Frederick Leonard Jr., who set an Olympic Games pistol shooting record that stood for more than four decades, has died at 92." ...

"Leonard won the silver medal in the pentathlon in 1936 in Berlin with the first perfect score in the modern history of the Olympic Games in the pistol section of the competition. The feat was unequaled at the Olympics until George Horvath of Sweden shot a perfect score at the Games in 1980." ...
 

Shotgun Roundup: 20 More New Guns for 2006
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In terms of sheer numbers of new products, this is not a big year for the smoothbore community, but a few innovations have found their way into the mix."

"Winchester and Browning have a new semi-auto gas-operating system that is likely to form the basis for a significant family of arms. Remington has made welcome improvements to its venerable Model 1100 in the clay-target arena and continues with its camouflaged hunting line for deer and turkey enthusiasts. In fact, camo finishes are appearing on an increasing number of established models in 2006." ...
 

FL: Police: Man Shoots, Kills Person Trying To Rob Him
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A man shot and killed a man trying to rob him at a gas station early Tuesday morning, according to Miami-Dade County police.

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Police said the victim was approached by two armed men at a BP gas station on West Dixie Highway at about 4 a.m.

The victim was also carrying a gun. Police said he shot and killed one of the robbers during a confrontation. The second suspect apparently fled the scene.

Police said the victim had a concealed weapon permit for his gun. He was taken to Miami-Dade Police Department for questioning.

Detectives believe the robbery attempt was random and the shooting was apparently in self-defense. An investigation continues.
 

CA: Homeowner shoots 'ninja' who attacked wife
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An armed man wearing a black, ninja-style mask was shot to death by a Healdsburg man this morning after he attacked the man's wife outside their home and chased her inside, police said."

"The shooting happened about 7:30 a.m. at the end of Sunset Drive, a semi-rural street on the east side of town."

"The woman was about to take the couple's two Wheaton terrier dogs for a walk when the masked man jumped her outside her garage, police said. The woman struggled, broke away and ran screaming into the house, with the attacker in pursuit."

"Her screams awoke her husband. The man, whom police identified only as a man in his 60s, 'grabbed their handgun, probably a .357 ... and fired more than one shot,' Police Chief Susan Jones said." ...
 

GA: Man pulls revolver at Athens house
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A 41-year-old Athens man was arrested Sunday afternoon for allegedly threatening to shoot people at a house on Meadow Lane, Athens-Clarke police said."

"The dispute apparently stemmed from a relationship Ricky Varnell Lumpkin had with a 23-year-old woman living at the Meadow Lane address, according to police."

"Although he brandished a .38-caliber revolver and threatened to shoot during the dispute, he never pointed the gun at anyone and left after the woman's brother got a pistol from his car, police said." ...
 

PA: No charges in fatal tavern shooting
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"A security guard who fatally shot two people while being attacked by a mob inside a Lawrenceville tavern last year cannot be charged with the deaths ..."

"The guard ... opened fire in self-defense early May 7 inside J&K's Place after being assaulted with objects thrown by an unruly crowd, including a bottle thrown by Aaron Alston ...

"The first bullet struck and killed Alston. A second bullet hit bartender Janice Kemp, 63, who ran the bar."

"Although Kemp ... was an innocent bystander, Stewart cannot be charged with her death due to a 1998 state Supreme Court ruling in a similar case ... Once someone begins shooting in self-defense, the court ruled, the shooter is not criminally liable for injuries to others nearby." ...
 

TX: Trial begins for burglar who was shot by homeowner
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Testimony began Monday in the trail of a suspected burglar who was shot by a homeowner. Authorities said when 22-year-old Daniel Holcomb broke into a house in the 2200 block of Gershwin last September, he was confronted face-to-face with homeowner Danny Dunn."

"Holcomb allegedly stabbed Dunn several times during a scuffle in the garage and when Dunn went back into the house he grabbed a .22 and shot Holcomb three times." ...
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KABA Note: More proof why you should carry 24/7.
 

OH: Gun assault charge against doctor dismissed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Inconsistent witness statements 'cast grave doubt on the integrity of the case,' a judge said Monday in dismissing a criminal case against a Shelby physician who fired a handgun at two people on his property."

"Omar F. Guimaraes ... had been charged with aggravated assault with a firearm specification for the September 2004 incident." ...

"Afterward, Guimaraes said he felt vindicated."

"'I don't think anyone can imagine the hell you can go through when you're wrongly accused of a crime,' he said. 'Only parts of the story came out.'"

"The doctor said he had no regrets about using a gun."

"'If I hadn't taken a gun, my wife and I would be dead,' Guimaraes said. 'This was self-defense.'" ...
 

IL: Illinois Firearms Manufacturers to Speak Out Against Ban on So- Called Assault Weapons
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Several Illinois-based manufacturers of sporting arms will hold a press conference to voice their opposition to HB2414, the Blagojevich Assault Weapons Ban. Representatives of the manufacturers will discuss the failings of the bill along with the significant impact the bill would have on the Illinois economy -- including a direct loss of over 750 jobs and $150 Million in manufacturing sales. The bill would also cause non- Illinois firearms makers to suffer over $200 million in annual retail sales statewide." ...
 

IL: Jones: State ban on assault guns unlikely to pass
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Legislation banning semiautomatic assault weapons would not likely pass the state Senate if the bill makes its way out of the House, Illinois Senate President Emil Jones (D-Chicago) said Monday."

"Despite these comments, state Rep. Edward Acevedo (D-Chicago) said he still plans to call the bill this week in the House."

"'I'm not discouraged. I'm going to push forward,' Acevedo said. 'This is an important piece of legislation, and we shouldn't wait around.'"

"The bill calls for a state ban on semiautomatic assault weapons, assault weapon attachments and .50-caliber rifles. A federal ban on these weapons expired in 2004." ...
 

IL: Gun Ban Would Hurt Illinois Economy, Critics Say
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Several Illinois-based gun manufacturers are mobilizing opposition to a bill dubbed the 'Blagojevich Assault Weapons Ban.'" ...

"Second Amendment supporters say the bill is designed to stop a major hunting/fishing retailer, Cabela's, from opening a superstore in suburban Chicago."

"Several Illinois-based manufacturers of sporting arms plan to hold a press conference on Wednesday to voice their opposition to the bill. Among other things, they will emphasize the bill's adverse effect on the Illinois economy - a direct loss of more than 750 jobs and $150 million in manufacturing sales, the gun makers say."

"Even firearms manufacturers not located in Illinois would experience a ripple effect on their retail sales, critics warn." ...
 

TX: Gun found in Grady’s vehicle -- Crockett principal remains on paid leave
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The pistol that fired a bullet through Principal Van Grady’s office wall and into an empty hallway at Crockett Junior High School Friday was found later in the day in Grady’s vehicle, authorities said Monday."

"Questions about why the weapon was taken into the school building, how it came to be fired, who called police and who owns it remained unanswered Monday."

"However, officials acknowledged late Monday that Grady wasn’t arrested after the Friday incident because the gun was not in his possession or in his office ..."

"ECISD officers responded to a shots-fired call about 11 a.m. Friday. The handgun was found later Friday afternoon after police officers obtained a warrant to search Grady’s vehicle." ...
 

TN: 2 More North Greene Students Expelled; Rifles Found In Truck
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Dr. Joe Parkins, director of the Greene County School System, confirmed on Monday that two more North Greene High School students were expelled from school recently after a pair of hunting rifles were found in their truck’s locked toolbox while it was parked at the school."

"Dr. Parkins said in an interview that he only became aware of the hunting rifle incident last Friday afternoon, although it apparently occurred 'about the same time' that another NGHS student was found to have an unloaded 9 mm pistol locked inside his truck at the school on Feb. 16."

"The student was expelled and faces charges in Juvenile Court" ...
 

IL: Bill Brady Endorsed for Governor by ISRA Political Victory Fund
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The ISRA Political Victory Fund (ISRA-PVF) is pleased to announce that it has endorsed the candidacy of Bill Brady in the 2006 Republican Gubernatorial Primary."

"Brady, of downstate Bloomington, has represented the 44th Senate District with great distinction since 2002. Prior to that, Brady served several terms in the Illinois House."

"Throughout his tenure in the General Assembly, Bill Brady has held fast to the traditional view of the law-abiding citizen's right to keep and bear arms. In the face of tremendous pressure from gun control groups and the liberal press, Bill Brady stood his ground and voted time and time again to preserve and protect the citizen's most treasured liberties." ...
 

MD: For His Key Role in Giving America the Brady Law, Mike Lenett Has Earned Support in Maryland Senate Race
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence today announced its endorsement of Mike Lenett, who as a key Senate aide in the early 1990s worked extremely hard to ensure passage of the Brady Law."

"'To Jim and I, Mike Lenett is family,' said Sarah Brady. 'We will never forget how much he did in a historic fight to keep guns out of the hands of criminals. We're absolutely delighted that such a fine person seeks to serve the public in elective office.'" ...
 

CA: Glendale may ban gun sales on city land
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The city could follow Los Angeles County's lead by outlawing gun sales on municipal property, a move that would make this weekend's Civic Auditorium gun show the last of its kind in Glendale."

"The Glendale Gun Show has been held at the Glendale Civic Auditorium for the past 15 years. Its operator has four shows scheduled at the auditorium this year, including the one planned for this weekend."

"The auditorium is across the street from Glendale Community College."

"'We are one of the safest cities, it's not the crime that really concerns me,' said Mayor Rafi Manoukian, who has proposed the ban."

"'But ... having a gun show at city facility across the street from the community college just sends the wrong message to the youth and our community ...'"
 

CA: Gun Ban In San Francisco Delayed Over NRA Lawsuit
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The city agreed to delay enforcing a voter-approved ban on owning or selling handguns until at least June 19 so a judge can consider a National Rifle Association lawsuit challenging the law."

"San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said Monday that the city would honor a Superior Court judge's request to postpone implementing the law until the suit is settled. Proposition H was approved by 58 percent of voters in November."

"The NRA suit claims the measure violates a state law that authorizes police agencies to issue handgun permits and identifies specific groups of people, including convicted felons, who are barred from owning guns." ...
 

IN: Gun common sense
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gun-right legislation moving through the General Assembly has one commonsense proposal that should be passed and one troublesome one that should be rethought."

"The good idea is a 'no retreat' provision that allows people to use deadly force if they think it necessary ..."

"Some consider no-retreat provisions a reckless acquiescence to the wishes of the National Rifle Association ... Here’s how the Lansing Bureau chief of the Detroit Free Press describes the Michigan effort: 'The state Senate is to begin hearings Tuesday on how to commit to law the kind of public behavior the gun lobby views as an expression of freedom: Shoot first and ask questions later.' That kind of rhetoric could have come straight from the offices of the Brady Campaign ..." ...
 

ID: Concealed Weapons Law May Change
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Senator Gerry Sweet and Ada County Sheriff Gary Raney are at odds over concealing guns in a vehicle."

"'This law doesn't do anything regarding the bad guys,' said Sen. Sweet. 'This is only to protect law-abiding citizens.'"

"'Our issue is that this bill allows criminals to possess weapons just as easily as law abiding citizens,' Sheriff Raney said."

"Sweet has introduced a bill in the senate that would allow Idahoans to carry a loaded gun anywhere in their car, whether it could be seen or not. Right now a loaded weapon must be in plain view unless the owner has a concealed weapons permit."

"'The wording would allow gang members or criminals on the way to their crime to legally conceal those guns,' Raney said." ...
 

AZ: Self-defense bills get initial OK in state Senate
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Ignoring complaints by prosecutors, state senators voted Monday to make it more difficult to convict people who say they killed someone else in self-defense."

"Separate measures specifying that when someone claims self-defense, prosecutors must prove beyond a reasonable doubt it's not true, were given preliminary approval."

"The two proposals are similar. But one would make the change through legislation. The other would ask voters to adopt the language in November." ...
 

NY: Dem hopeful backs off on shoot-to-hurt
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Under fire from all sides, state Sen. David Paterson has decided to withdraw his 'shoot to wound' bill for cops, the Daily News has learned."

"Paterson (D-Harlem), the running mate of gubernatorial hopeful Eliot Spitzer, had sponsored a bill that would have put extreme limits on when a cop could use deadly force - and criminally charge an officer if the use of such force was deemed unnecessary."

"But Paterson was heavily criticized by numerous police groups after The News broke the news of the bill last week - and his stance even drew repudiation from Spitzer, the state attorney general." ...
 

FL: Legal worries behind work policy
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Your editorial Saturday titled "Bring your guns to work?" deplores the National Rifle Association's effort to maintain constitutional freedom by its defense of the Second Amendment, in the case of various companies' policy of disallowing employees to carry guns onto company property in their automobiles."

"In my opinion, the companies in question couldn't care less about the legality of their policy. It is merely a cover-your-bases approach. One way or another, the companies want a ruling. If their policy is deemed illegal, so be it. Either way, a company would be off the hook for either allowing or disallowing guns on their property if by chance someone is killed by a person bent on murder." ...
 

CA: Witness says CHP was right in purging officer's records
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A California Highway Patrol executive explained this morning why parts of CHP Officer Richard Maxwell's personnel records were purged while Bruce Sons' case was on appeal."

"In a previous hearing several years ago, another CHP executive said parts of Maxwell's records were improperly disposed of. But the prosecution's new witness explained this morning in a pre-trial hearing that the files were actually purged properly."

"Maxwell's personnel file is crucial to the case because the defense believes complaints in the file that could have supported Sons claim of self defense were hidden from the defense during Sons' first trial in 1995." ...
 

Canada: Youth fires Ottawa officer's gun at home
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Ottawa police are investigating one of their own after an officer's handgun was fired in his home, while he was out for the evening, by someone under the age of 18."

"The officer, who is still on duty, can't be named to protect the identity of the shooter, police said."

"They said that while the officer was out on Saturday, his pistol was fired by one of two people who were in his home."

"The officer returned Sunday morning and immediately reported the incident to police, as is required by the province's Police Services Act."

"No one was injured during the incident, which police were told involved one shot being fired." ...
 

Guyana: Guyana's military hunts for missing weapons
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Guyanese military detained six soldiers Tuesday after discovering weapons were missing from an arms depot at the army's headquarters, a military spokesman said."

"The military decided to check its weapons stocks earlier this month after explosives and ammunition were stolen from a depot in neighboring Suriname. A Guyanese weapons inventory found that at least five pistols were missing, said Col. Wilbert Lee, a military spokesman."

"'We are conducting a search to determine whether any AK-47's have also been stolen,' Lee said. There was 'every likelihood' that more weapons were stolen, he said."

"The weapons were discovered missing Monday, and further checks were being conducted throughout the country, he said." ...
 

Pakistan: Weapons missing from police arsenal
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"A large quantity of arms, including a rocket-launcher, and ammunition are missing from the arsenal of the Qambar police station. SHO Sardar Khan Chandio, who noticed the shortfall during an inspection of the arsenal, informed the District Police Officer ... who conducted an inquiry. The DPO told Dawn that the matter had been reported to the Regional Police Officer (RPO), Sukkur and the DIG Police (Operation), Larkana range."

"The SHO’s report revealed that besides the rocket-launcher, the weapons and ammunition missing from the police arsenal included one light machine-gun with bullet belt, seven Kalashnikov assault rifles with 13 magazines, one official SMG with 90 rounds, one G-3, three pistols and one shotgun." ...
 

Australia: Handgun, police ID seized
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"POLICE have seized a high-powered handgun and police identification and arrested a senior member of a motorcycle gang in a raid in west Sydney."

"Officers from the police gangs squad arrested the 36-year-old man about 11.30am (AEDT) yesterday in Penrith before searching a house in nearby Castlereagh, police said."

"Police seized a loaded high-powered semi-automatic pistol, ballistic vest, NSW police identification, an extendable baton and a quantity of ammunition." ...
 

PA: Judge rules Pa. can't demand Social Security numbers for guns
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"A federal judge ruled Monday that Pennsylvania cannot require Social Security numbers from those purchasing guns or obtaining a concealed-weapons permit."

"U.S. District Judge Juan Sanchez ruled that the state law violated the federal Privacy Act."

"'This ruling is about privacy, not guns. We weren't looking to circumvent gun laws,' said J. Dwight Yoder, who brought the case on behalf of a retired U.S. Army officer from Lancaster, Pennsylvania."

"Lawyers for the Pennsylvania State Police are reviewing the decision, and may appeal it, spokesman Jack Lewis said." ...
 

OR: Try 'Project Exile'
Submitted by: James A. Farmer

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"The letter I wrote and that was published Jan. 2 has, for the most part, had the desired effect. We learned what happened to the defendants and twice government officials responded to it, an astonishing fact in its own right. I thank the U.S. Attorney's office for the timely responses."

"Persons licensed under federal law to sell firearms must be above reproach, and are subjected to close scrutiny by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Enforcement, the federal agency charged with regulating firearms dealers."

"These dealers are subject to some of the most intense regulation of any retail business in the United States. Those violating any law or regulation should be quickly prosecuted and removed from the retail chain ..." ...
 

OH: Ohio Divided Over Concealed Carry Laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Adults in the Buckeye State are split over their current gun legislation, according to a poll by SurveyUSA ... 48 per cent of respondents believe it should be legal for a licensed gun owner to carry a concealed weapon in Ohio, while 45 per cent disagree."

"The United States Constitution’s second amendment guarantees Americans the right 'to keep and bear arms.' Some American states have enacted their own gun control regulations, independent of existing federal legislation."

"In January 2004, the Ohio General Assembly passed legislation to make it legal to carry a concealed handgun for self defence purposes. The act became effective in April 2004, and requires owners to apply for a license at a county sheriff’s office ..." ...
 

GA: Wrong to rescind right to bear arms (fifth letter)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The unfortunate incident in the motorcycle shop where one co-worker shot another one over spilled trash is no reason not to pass the law saying we can have guns in our locked vehicles ('NRA, businesses clash over gun bill,' Business, Feb. 19)." ...

"Arguments happen every day. Some turn violent, most do not. The Second Amendment gives us the right to bear arms. To allow employers the right to enter our locked vehicles to search for anything is wrong. Only law enforcement should be allowed this right and only then with a warrant or probable cause. Law-abiding people should not be penalized because of the unbalanced few who resort to deadly force to settle things." ...
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Submitter's Note: Actually the Second Amendment gives nothing. It recognizes an existing human right.
 

Canada: Tory plan to kill long gun registry going strong
Submitted by: Haddock
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"Canada's new minister of public safety says the government has no plans to back off on its intention to scrap the controversial long gun registry."

"Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced his plan to kill the registry during the election campaign, and Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day told CTV's Question Period the plan hasn't changed."

"'We're not backing away at all,' Day said on Sunday. 'We're moving ahead on this. It was an election promise. It's something we've been talking about for years.'" ...
 

Australia: Thieves in $1m hold-up
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"ARMED thieves stole more than a million dollars cash during a daring daylight raid on an armoured van in Sydney yesterday."

"Two men, one of them carrying a handgun, swooped on the Chubb armoured van as it made its regular visit to the Qantas centre in Mascot about 9.15am."

"The bandits struck as the van came out of the secure carpark on the corner of Bourke Rd and Coward St."

"It is understood the van had been on its daily cash run and was leaving the centre when the bandits struck."

"The two Chubb security guards accompanying the van were outside the armoured van when the two men drove up beside them, with one robber threatening them with a pistol." ...
 

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